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Wasn't it a great idea to set a mystery around a landmark like the London Eye?

Have you been on the London Eye? What about the Singapore Flyer? Which is better? Why?

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TTS - Barbara P - Library




Thu, 28 Jan 2010 11:37:27 pm

SAIS-Raysean-C-Grade 5

I think this book is a great book. It is really exciting and a very fun mystery story. It really catches my attention once I start reading it.


TTS - Barbara P - Library

Sun, 31 Jan 2010 5:19:54 pm

Thanks Raysean. The kids at my school are really enjoying it too.

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Mon, 01 Mar 2010 7:56:35 pm

This book is one of the best books i have reed. it is all about the London Eye so I think you should read it, because it is very intresting.


AISS Sae B Year 6

Sat, 06 Mar 2010 4:45:06 pm

This book was really good. I enjoy reading mystery stories so I thought this book was fabulous! I can't wait for voting time. I wonder which book I will vote for!?


AISS Jacklin K Grade 6

Thu, 11 Mar 2010 3:41:52 am

The main character is truly amazing and the written reactions of his family members are even more so. This book had me trying to beat the main character to the answer of the question 'Where is his cousin?'. Of course i suffered a dreadful loss. The fact that a fictional character can beat a reader just shows how talented the author is.


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    The London Eye Mystery
    by Siobhan Dowd

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