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Code Name Cassandra (MISSING)
Code Name Cassandra (MISSING)
by Meg Cabot
Edition: Paperback

3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Code Name Cassandra (Missing S.), 25 Oct. 2004
Usually I buy two books at a time a harder book and a slightly easier book, this time I bought Storm Catchers by Tim Bowler and Code Name Cassandra - this is a great book. From ever chapter there is suspence and even when you thought all was well something bad happened! The story is Jess was struck by lightning and now she can find missing kids! So she comes a cross a man looking for his kid and gets tangled up in the world of Clay Larsson,Keely and the feds (again)! It was really great and I think even some boys would like it! It is a mystery, witty and a really funny, hope you like it!

by Garth Nix
Edition: Hardcover

4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Lirael, 28 Mar. 2004
This review is from: Lirael (Hardcover)
This is another fatastic book from Garth Nix. A very special follow up from the amazing Sabriel. The book is well structured and the content is beautiful, full of twists, it grasps you and pulls you into the flow of charter and the feelings of those in the books. The characters are brilliant and I esspecially love Mogget a little sarcastic white cat. This book is set 20 or so years on from the last book and it still has Sabriel and Touchstone in it. If you liked Sabriel then you are going to love Lirael and you will be bursting to read Abhorsen. All Garth Nix are going to be thrilled!
Keep your bell-bandoleer at the ready, for this book will be whizzing you along through everything!

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