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Michael Robertson
Michael is a writer from the UK with several publications to his name both online and in print. He has recently won a competition with HarperCollins for his zombie short story 'In the Name of Science'. He writes because he needs to. He writes dystopian, sci-fi, and apocalyptic fiction. Crash is... show more

Michael is a writer from the UK with several publications to his name both online and in print. He has recently won a competition with HarperCollins for his zombie short story 'In the Name of Science'. He writes because he needs to. He writes dystopian, sci-fi, and apocalyptic fiction. Crash is his first ebook release.
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Got Books? rated it 2 years ago
This children's bedtime story is about a brave little girl who deals with ridding her room of monsters in a clever way. It has rhyming and great vocabulary. Teachers might want to go over with younger students that monsters do not exist and this book is just for fun. The ending is so sweet and lovea...
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Mel's Book Blog rated it 3 years ago
I was a bit hesitant to start book 3 in this series. Even though I enjoyed the first two books, they were both extremely violent and the content was very graphic. Both books 1 and 2 were page-turners with a gripping story line that naturally sucked you in from one chapter to the next... impossible t...
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Jess Loves to Read! rated it 4 years ago
I received a copy of this book for free in exchange for an honest review. I liked this book much more than the first. It really clarified the first book, though. However, you do not have to read the first book to understand this one. I feel like this one was written better and easier to understand.
Jess Loves to Read!
Jess Loves to Read! rated it 4 years ago
I received a copy of this book for free in exchange for an honest review.I liked this book, but it was a little confusing. I encourage anyone who reads this book to read the sequel. The second book will explain a lot.
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Simcha-Sophie rated it 6 years ago
Briefly: this is a disappointment. The whodunit aspect was a nice twist, but it's otherwise kind of bland and fairly two-dimensional. Also, from the jacket blurb I expected the mysterious missing papers to be more exciting than what they were - this is not pirate gold orHollywood scandals or anythin...
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