The Eagle Trail
Written by Robert Rigby
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April 2014 Book of the Month A master storyteller, Robert Rigby sends shivers down the spine in this gripping story of one boy’s escape from Nazi-occupied Antwerp to safety. When Paul sees his father shot in front of him and his mother arrested by the Germans he knows he must flee from everything he knows. To make the journey he has to along the treacherous Eagle Trail into Spain he has to put his trust in others but, dare he do so?
In addition to our Lovereading expert opinion for The Eagle Trail a small number of children were lucky enough to be invited to review this title. Here's a taster....'This book is filled with action every page you turn and I couldn't put it down.' - Raj Bunet
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- Raj Bunet, age 12 - 'This book is filled with action every page you turn and I couldn't put it down.'
- Belinda Brooke - 'The story is gripping from start to finish with a real crescendo in the action at the end.'
- Rose Heathcote, age 14 - 'Overall I enjoyed this book, it lacked pace at times which made it difficult to stick with, however I am glad I did because it finished with an exciting twist.'
- Erin Monaf, age 11 - 'The book was truly amazing and unforgettable and had plot twists. I would recommend this to anyone who is a sucker for an amazing book.'
- James Smith - 'A very Interesting story, action packed and exhilarating.'
The Eagle Trail by Robert Rigby
Who is the traitor among us? WWII, German-occupied Antwerp, and life continues as usual for 16-year-old Paul Hansen - until his father is shot. Paul learns that his parents are part of a group of resistance fighters and he's whisked away by Jos Theys, his father's closest friend, to the home of an elderly couple. There Paul learns he must leave Antwerp as quickly as possible and travel south through France and across the Pyrenees into Spain, and from there to England, and freedom.
It is a journey to save his life. Along the way he is aided by a collection of courageous men and women prepared to risk everything to help him in his desperate fight for survival. Danger is ever present; who can Paul really trust? A high-octane WWII adventure story and with its short chapters and fast pace, this book is ideal for reluctant readers.
A sequel will follow in 2015.
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3rd April 2014
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