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This gripping adventure on the high seas pulls no punches about the dangers of international piracy in a story of three children’s terrifying experience when they get caught up in it. Searching for the Moon Pearl, Hannah, Ned and Jik set off to sail to a nearby island but are shipwrecked in a violent storm. Saved from the water by a desperate man and his crew of fishermen they have to use all their cunning and luck to stay alive. A sequel to Shark Island and very good it is too..
HUNTED. TRAPPED. DESPERATE. Shipwrecked after a ferocious storm, Hanna, Ned and Jik come face to face with a murderous foe. They must escape or die. But how do you outrun a bullet... Or out swim a shark?
|Publication date:||7th January 2010|
|Publisher:||Oxford University Press|
|Suitable for:||9+ readers|
|Recommendations:||Books of the Month, eBooks|
David Miller was born in Norfolk. He has worked in advertising as a copywriter, and later as a creative director. He has travelled widely all over the world and has lived and worked in Malaysia and Singapore. Shark island was inspired by his experiences while visiting a small island off the coast of Malaysia. David now writes full-time and lives in Hampshire with his wife, Su'en and his daughter, Hanna. Author photo © Laurie GilbertMore About David Miller