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Gold In the Shadow
Gold In the Shadow
by Michael Marcotte
Edition: Paperback
Price: £15.95

5.0 out of 5 stars An excellent combination of history and mystery!, 11 Nov. 2003
This review is from: Gold In the Shadow (Paperback)
This is an excellent book by Michael Marcotte. It starts off when Rachel leaves for Peru to find her lost twin brother Kenny. Having lost her father and childhood sweetheart, she doesnt want to lose anyone else. She takes a flight and goes to Peru. There, she meets with Max Arnold, a really corrupt guy, and his trusty acomplice, Tristan. They are planning to find the fabled city of Patiti where all the Inca gold is supposed to be hidden. With only a few words of advice from the natives, she embarks on a journey through the Amazon Jungle which will be one of a kind...if she survives the turmoil that is!
From bushmaster serpents to unearthly creatures, the book is real treasure for the people who enjoy fantasy. If you people are fans of Clive Cussler, or even Michael Crichton, then this book is going to be above and beyond your expectations. You will greatly enjoy it!

Things My Mother Never Told Me
Things My Mother Never Told Me
by Blake Morrison
Edition: Paperback
Price: £10.99

58 of 70 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Excellence in a couple of hundred pages, 17 Oct. 2003
The scene opens up in the chaos of World War II, Blake Morrison didnt know that his mother was keeping secrets from him...When she died, he discovered numerous letters written between his mother and father. Frankly, they were not at all what he had expected! Blake discovers that his parents relationship was difficult and that his mother changed a lot during that time. His mother changed her name firstly and then her religion! The whole story revolves around Blake and how he went onto discover the truth about his mother and father...and some other characters...It is a page turner, the reader wants to read on and on, never stopping, it is a classic book, but sometimes gets boring. Overall, it deserves a round of applause!

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