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Description Situated only minutes from beautiful Lake Tahoe, and surrounded by endless recreational activities and attractions, this property offers many of the comforts of home in a beautiful natural environment... more

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Description Title: The Cross and the Drum. Published by Werner Laurie 1959. Hard-Cover. 320 Pages. Internally the book is in very good condition with no annotations nor inscriptions. Externally the book is also i... more

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published 13/12/2011

AdvantagesA big adventure, characters

DisadvantagesNothing massive

...About the book Crossed is the second book in the Matched trilogy by Ally Condie. It was published by Puffin on 24th November and the book is 384 pages long. Thanks to the publisher for providing me with a review copy. Plot In search of a future that may not exist and faced with the decision of who to share it with, Cassia journeys to the Outer Provinces in pursuit of Ky - taken by...

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“Noughts and Crosses”

published 13/09/2014

AdvantagesThe whole story.


...Noughts and Crosses written by Malorie Blackman This was a present from a friend at university she's not much of a book fan but read this book in one sitting and just had to share it with me. Plot Sephy Hadley is a cross (dark skinned) Callum McGregor is a nought (light skin) they are best friends. Callum's mum Meggie used to work for Sephys mother when they were younger so they used to play...

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AdvantagesReadable, fascinating, gripping, well illustrated


.... Perhaps the most unpredictable and therefore potentially dangerous of the spies, her motives were unclear and seem to have derived more form a spirit of adventure than ideology. Her besotted devotion to her poodle-terrier cross, Babs, whom she had to leave behind, was later to become a thorn in British intelligence?s side. Last but very far from least there is a Spaniard, Juan Pujol Garcia. He...

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