London 2012 Novel: Parallel Lines by Robert Rigby
  

Synopsis

London 2012 Novel: Parallel Lines by Robert Rigby

Blessed with twin talents, Sam Warder appears to have it all. A lightning-fast scrum-half on the rugby pitch, he also performs feats of strength and agility on the parallel bars. But the London 2012 Games are approaching and Sam is at a crossroads. Flying in the face of peer pressure, he chooses Gymnastics as his sport. And then the threatening text messages begin...Can Sam hold fast to his Olympic odyssey in a school where rugby is a religion?

About the Author

Robert Rigby

Robert Rigby is co-author of the hugely successful Boy Soldier series, written with Andy McNab. His other fiction incudes the novels of the Goal! movies and a stand-alone novel in the series - Goal: Glory Days. He is the author of the four official London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic novels for children. Robert also writes for the theatre, television and radio, and is a prolific songwriter. He lives in Oxford.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
128 pages
Interest Age: 8+ years

Author

Robert Rigby
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Author's Website

www.robertrigby.co.uk/

Publisher

Publication date

9th June 2011

ISBN

9781847327505


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