Dr. Franklin's Island - Ann Halam Reviews
Description:ISBN 1858813964 / Genre: Horror / Author: Ann Halam / Paperback / 224 Pages / Book is published 2001-06-21 by Orion Childrens
Newest Review: ... Arnold, and Miranda are in for a wild ride. The story is fast paced, exciting and action packed. The world through Semi's ... more
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by - written on 29/05/09, updated on 29/05/09 (Very useful, 101 readings)
Semi wins a prize to visit Ecuador. She's always wanted to go, see all the wildlife, the animals, and experience her dream. It is finally going to happen. Until her plain crashes and she ends up on a deserted island, only to find that it isnt deserted, and mysterious things are happening, and herself, Arnold, and Miranda are in for a wild ride. The story is fast paced, exciting and action packed. The world through Semi's eyes, is one of genuine passion, emotion and true fear, and uncertainty. She is only a teenager, but going what she goes through, the emotions that are captured are real, and believable. Set on such a beautiful exotic location, the ... Read the complete review
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