A.N.T.I.D.O.T.E. Paperback – 5 Feb 2004
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This is a very good book that is nearly impossible to put down.It grips you ther moment you start reading it. This book is crammed full of little things that happened described in an interesting and exciting way, that help you picture the setting.
This book would be perfect for years 9+.
The book is set in 3 different places at a geeky school were I don't fit in. A police station where I think mum is at the moment and at home in a very Ruth place called Richmond.
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Most Recent Customer Reviews
It was a thrilling adventure in which Elliot starred.
Elliot seems to think his mum has a normal job.
But does she?
This is a great book I would recommend this book to 10 to 12 year old's. As always Malorie has made another great book to go with her collectionPublished 17 months ago by Mark Hudson
An excellent book with good build up and pace changes throughout but the ending may have you a little disappointedPublished 18 months ago by Edward Beamont-Dickety