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Chaos Walking Book 1: The Knife of Never Letting Go
  

Chaos Walking Book 1: The Knife of Never Letting Go (EPUB ebook)

By Ness, Patrick

An unflinching novel about the impossible choices of growing up, by an award-winning writer.

ISBN 9781406326994
Barcode 9781406326994
Published 3 May 2010 by Walker Books
Available in EPUB format
Software Read in Browser or Adobe Ebook Compatible Device
Language en
Series Chaos Walking

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Full details for this title

ISBN-13 9781406326994
ISBN-10 1406326992
Stock Available
Publisher Walker Books
Imprint Walker Books
Publication Date 3 May 2010
International Publication Date 17 October 2010
Publication Country United Kingdom United Kingdom
Format EPUB ebook
Author(s) By Ness, Patrick
Series Chaos Walking
Category Fiction (Child / Teen)
Adventure Stories
Science Fiction
VIC Ebook Premier's Reading Challenge
Ebook Challenge Level: 9-10
Number of Pages Not specified
Dimensions Not specified
Weight Not specified - defaults to 0g
Interest Age 13+ years
Reading Age 13+ years
Library of Congress Hewitt, Todd Fictitious character - Fiction, Fantasy fiction, American
NBS Text Young Adult Fiction
ONIX Text Young adult
Dewey Code 813.6
Catalogue Code 142657

Description of this Electronic Book

Imagine you're the only boy in a town of men. And you can hear everything they think. And they can hear everything you think. Imagine you don't fit in with their plans... Todd Hewitt is just one month away from the birthday that will make him a man. But his town has been keeping secrets from him. Secrets that are going to force him to run

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Author's Bio

Patrick Ness is the author of two critically acclaimed works of fiction, The Crash of Hennington and Topics About Which I Know Nothing. An award-winning novelist, he has also written for Radio 4, the Sunday Telegraph and is currently a literary critic for the Guardian. This is his first book for young adults.

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