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Publication date2nd January 2007
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Jimmy Coates: Revenge
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The Lovereading comment:
Fans of Horowitz’s Alex Rider series have jumped on the Jimmy Coates band wagon and this is the third in the series. They are stand alone titles but in our opinion you’ll be missing out if you don’t read them all. It's action-packed adventure with great characters it’s guaranteed to get 12+ boys reading late into the night. To read the series in order start with Killer, then Target, then Revenge and finally the newest Sabotage.
SynopsisJimmy Coates: Revenge by Joe Craig
Will Jimmy Coates ever be free of NJ7? Through Christopher Viggo's powerful new contacts, Jimmy and his friends escape to the USA. They go into hiding in Chinatown, New York City. While they are there, Jimmy finds himself experiencing headaches accompanied by flashing images. Are they prophetic visions?
'...cracking adventures with enough ideas to make them more than just page-turners.' The Times
About The Author
Joe studied Philosophy at Cambridge University (Emmanuel College), graduating in 2002. While there he wrote and performed with the Cambridge Footlights and co-hosted a show on the University radio station.
As well as being a writer, he is a songwriter/musician. He has performed as a singer/songwriter at various venues in London, and made a self-produced CD of his pop material. (You can hear the songs through his website.)
He coaches cricket at his local club (Brondesbury CC), where he runs the Under Elevens. They came second in the league this year - and had a lot of fun along the way.
His other interests are - music, watching films, reading, collecting frogs, eating lunch, cooking, Aesop's fables, dancing Tango, playing poker, painting, eating Haribo Sweets, playing five-a-side football and cricket.
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