The Girl In The Cave

Anthony Eaton John Danalis

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The Girl In The Cave

The Girl In The Cave By Anthony Eaton John Danalis The Girl In The Cave Kate is forced to live in a pokey little cave at the bottom of the garden of her horrible Aunt and Uncle s place Then one day the telephone rings and Kate accidentally discovers the extraordinary circ

  • Title: The Girl In The Cave
  • Author: Anthony Eaton John Danalis
  • ISBN: 9780702234378
  • Page: 399
  • Format: Hardcover
  • The Girl In The Cave By Anthony Eaton John Danalis Kate is forced to live in a pokey little cave at the bottom of the garden of her horrible Aunt and Uncle s place Then one day the telephone rings and Kate accidentally discovers the extraordinary circumstances of her own birth and kidnapping, and uncovers the mystery of a lost family fortune This book is aimed at children of Ages 8 and above.
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    1. rivka on said:

      Kate s cave and the aunt and uncle who have exiled her there will remind readers of Harry Potter Her household drudgery brings to mind Cinderella But there are no wizards or fairy godmothers coming to save Kate.She ll have to save herself

    2. Anna Hepworth on said:

      The girl in the cave is aimed at a much younger audience than previous of Eaton s books that I ve encountered it might be a challenge for my nearly 8 yr old, but I suspect that the 11 yr old would tear through it and demand something interesting Which is not to say that the story is not interesting, but that zie would not engage with it because of the ease of reading this is a reflection on the kid in question, rather than the story.The first chapter of the story felt very much like a pastiche [...]

    3. Jay on said:

      This is a very silly, somewhat sweet book I m not quite sure when or how I got it, as I ve had for a few years, but I ve never got around to reading it Anyway, it s very cute, if a little dark for a kids book but what do I know maybe all kids books these days involve looking kids up in cupboards and forcing them to live in caves It has a nice moral at the end, though money doesn t buy happiness, but having people who care about you does.This isn t a very long review, but it s not a very long boo [...]

    4. Alicia Lindsey on said:

      My son and I were not very interested in this book We got nearly 1 2 way through it and decided to quit The book is a sad, ugly version of life and I would rather not expose my child to harshness this way.

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