Cracks Nelson Thornes Page Turners by Caroline Green
  

Synopsis

Cracks Nelson Thornes Page Turners by Caroline Green

Cal's world splinters apart when he finds out he's been in a deliberately induced coma state for most of his life, and what he thought was real was only an illusion. Escaping his captors, Cal goes on the run, determined to fight the forces behind the nightmare he finds waiting for him in the real world, and to discover his true identity.

About the Author

Caroline Green

Caroline Green is an experienced freelance journalist who has written stories since she was a little girl. She vividly remembers a family walk when she was ten years old when she was so preoccupied with thoughts of her new ‘series’ that she almost walked into a tree.

Caroline is a self-confessed ‘book geek’ and found that as her two young boys grew she began to take a serious interest in children’s and YA fiction. Her first writing in this genre won the teen category of a competition run by Little Tiger Press at the Winchester Writer’s Conference in 2009.

Caroline lives in North London with her husband, two sporty sons and one very bouncy labrador retriever.

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Book Info

Format

Hardback
216 pages

Author

Caroline Green
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Author's Website

www.carolinegreen.net/

Publisher

Nelson Thornes Ltd an imprint of Oxford University Press
www.nelsonthornes.com

Publication date

20th February 2013

ISBN

9781408520307


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