Firefight by Kate Wild
  

Firefight

Written by Kate Wild

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A nail-biting, fast-paced thriller and the sequel to the action-packed Fight Game featuring the dare-devil gypsy boy, Freedom Smith. An engaging character, Freedom must, without time on side infiltrate a sinister underworld where kids are disappearing. A real electrifying read.

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Firefight by Kate Wild

A short time ago, Freedom Smith was just a daredevil gypsy boy with extraordinary strength and agility. Now he works for Phoenix, a special police operation. A sinister email has been going around, a Screamer. Kids have been disappearing after seeing it, including his friend Java. Freedom must go under cover to infiltrate the source. But is he ready for what he finds? And can he master the ultimate fighting technique, the Dragon Fire?

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'It's well-plotted and fast-paced, with a very realistic and unusual hero in Freedom Smith.' Bookfest

About the Author

Kate Wild

Kate Wild lives with her partner and two sons in Leicester. As a filmmaker she has documented the lives of gypsies and travellers. Fight Game is her debut children’s novel.

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Format

Paperback

Author

Kate Wild
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Author's Website

www.katewild.com/

Publisher

Chicken House Ltd

Publication date

7th July 2008

ISBN

9781905294671

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