Shadow Jumper: A mystery adventure book for children and teens aged 10-14 Paperback – 16 Oct 2014
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'This adventure story has all the crucial elements of a good read - suspense, mystery, action - but on top of all that, it deals with a number of contemporary themes such as divorce, isolation and difficult health conditions and its impact, in a relatable manner . . . Perfect for both, teens and preteens. Families Rating 6 out of 6.' - Families Online. '. . . a touching and gripping adventure, full of surprises and underpinned by a heart-warming message about the power of friendship to fight adversity.' - Today's Child Magazine. 'A tale full of adventure and mystery . . . with direct, accessible language . . . A warm, human tale of friendship' - Primary Times (Gloucestershire)
About the Author
J M Forster writes for children and young teens. She lives in Gloucestershire, UK with her husband and two lovely sons. Shadow Jumper is her first book and is GOLD Award winner of The Wishing Shelf Book Awards 2014. Follow J M Forster on: twitter.com/JM_Forster To keep up to date with J M Forster's news visit her website at: www.jm-forster.co.uk www.jm-forster.com
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Not enough tension for my liking, the ending is disappointing and overall I didn`t enjoy it that much. (Do not continue reading if you hate spoilers) The ending just reveals that a previously accused company is actually innocent... Not that exciting, really.