The Thirteenth Unicorn - W.D. Newman Reviews
Description:Genre: Sci-Fi / Fantasy / Author: W. D. Newman / Kindle Edition / Book is published 2011-01-08 by William Dale Porter
Newest Review: ... The age of the narrators is pretty similar to the age of the intended audience; two about 13 year olds. Ben and Casey ... more
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by - written on 28/09/11 (Very useful, 42 readings)
I have been reading a lot more books that I might not read normally lately due to my kindle, although its really a kids book I thought I may as well give it a go since it was free; I often just go through the list of the free kindle books and download them all, I just delete the ones that I don't really like the start of. The age of the narrators is pretty similar to the age of the intended audience; two about 13 year olds. Ben and Casey Alderman have to stay with their grandparents for their summer who live on a remote farm; their Dad works away meanwhile their Mum is mysteriously in a coma and has been for some time. While they are at the farm they discover ... Read the complete review
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