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Split Second: Split Second Series, Book 1 - Split Second (eBook)
  • Split Second: Split Second Series, Book 1 - Split Second (eBook)

Split Second: Split Second Series, Book 1 - Split Second (eBook)

eBook (ePUB) Published: 12/09/2013

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A heart-stopping YA thriller, from the author of the award-winning Girl, Missing and Close My Eyes . . .
Bound together by the devastating consequences of a terrorist attack on a London market, teenagers Charlotte (Charlie) and Nat appear at first to have much in common. But, as Charlie gets closer to Nat and his family, she begins to wonder if perhaps he knows more about the attack than he has let on. Split Second is an action-packed thriller that shifts between the perspectives of its two main characters as their courage and their loyalties are tested to the limit.

Publisher: Simon & Schuster UK
ISBN: 9781471116001

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“Another winner !”

Thought provoking and gripping ! Sophie Mckenzie does it again with another fantastic book .
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4th May 2014
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“Tense teen read”

Both my daughters recommended this to me. So I took the risk. Well written. Tense thriller. Highly recommended.

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2nd August 2014
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“Another faultless novel”

Sophie McKenzie is by far one of my favourite children's authors and this book is the perfect example of why she is so fantastic at what she does. The story was exciting and engaging and so well written that when... More

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1st July 2013
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