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King Death's Garden By Ann Halam,

  • Title: King Death's Garden
  • Author: Ann Halam
  • ISBN: 9781852131159
  • Page: 444
  • Format: Paperback
  • Maurice s family has left for the Middle East Maurice asthmatic, plagued by allergies, self centred, impossible semi invalid, is sent to live with his great aunt in Brighton, and becomes fascinated by the eerie and romantic old cemetery next door Asthmatic, plagued by allergies, isolated from the real world around him, he discovers he can enjoy a kind of time travel inMaurice s family has left for the Middle East Maurice asthmatic, plagued by allergies, self centred, impossible semi invalid, is sent to live with his great aunt in Brighton, and becomes fascinated by the eerie and romantic old cemetery next door Asthmatic, plagued by allergies, isolated from the real world around him, he discovers he can enjoy a kind of time travel in there He dreams of scientific glory, once he s worked out how to control this scientific phenomenon But the sights that Maurice sees have been stolen from other eyes his thrilling experiences of the past are not his own And the real owners are getting restless It s dangerous to pick the flowers that grow in King Death s Garden, but despite some alarming warnings, Maurice, who doesn t believe in ghosts, just can t stay away.
    King Death s Garden Maurice s family has left for the Middle East Maurice asthmatic plagued by allergies self centred impossible semi invalid is sent to live with his great aunt in Brighton and becomes fascinated by

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    1. Ten Second Synopsis Maurice discovers that sitting in certain locations in the graveyard adjacent to his Great Aunt s house causes him to be transported to the past This turns out to be not the best move, health wise.I picked this up at the Lifeline Book Fair, being a fan of 80s flimsy paperbacks with mildly ghostish overtones This was a bit disappointing overall The writing style is typical of kids books of the era and the story was interesting enough to stop me from abandoning the book halfway [...]

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