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Girl at Sea - Maureen Johnson
Girl at Sea
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Sometimes you have to get lost . . . The Girl: Clio Ford, seventeen, wants to spend the summer smooching her art-store crush, not stuck on a boat in the Mediterranean. At least she'll get a killer tan. The Mission: Survive her father's crazy antics. Oh, and also find some missing underwater... show more
Sometimes you have to get lost . . . The Girl: Clio Ford, seventeen, wants to spend the summer smooching her art-store crush, not stuck on a boat in the Mediterranean. At least she'll get a killer tan. The Mission: Survive her father's crazy antics. Oh, and also find some missing underwater treasure that could unlock the secrets of civilization. The Crew: Dad's wacky best friend Martin, his bizarre research partner Julia, her voluptuous daughter Elsa . . . and then there's Aidan, Julia's incredibly attractive, incredibly arrogant assistant. What's going on behind Aidan's intellectual, intensely green eyes, anyway? As Clio sails into uncharted territory she unveils secrets that have the power to change history. But her most surprising discovery is that there's something deeper and more cryptic than the sea—her own heart. . . . to find what you're looking for
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Format: paperback
ISBN: 9780060541460 (0060541466)
ASIN: 0060541466
Publisher: HarperTeen
Pages no: 336
Edition language: English
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Confessions of a Bibliophile
Confessions of a Bibliophile rated it
3.0
Much like with Devilish, I rank this among the weaker of Maureen Johnson’s works. I like the plot, I the characters, and I like the set-up…until I get to the end and I’m left going “Wait, what?” And I end up wanting so much more from it than what I got. The premise is very strong. I like the set-up ...
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