The Dark Ground

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Oxford University Press, 2007 - Jungle survival - 242 pages
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A flight back from holiday. An explosion on the plane. Robert wakes up, alone in the jungle, with neither food nor shelter. Unfamiliar creatures are roaming about - and he can't get rid of the feeling that someone, or something, is watching him.This is the story of Robert's struggle for survival - from his realization of what has happened to him and where he is, to his perilous journey homeward. An incredible adventure story full of suspense and surprise.

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i read this book , it was awsum.i was curious about next chapters or what will happen next!!!! and it was so amazing .......................there are lot to say but at last i would say
THE LOST KNOCKS
GILLIAN CROSS ROCKS

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This book is really interesting...........somehow in the starting i felt as this book is boring but as i read it thoroughly i came to know that it was a fabulous book.I thank my school staff who force us to read this book as it was the major part of our syllabus.Now i am looking forward to read more books of Gillian Cross.
NIGAH BATOOL SANDHU (PAKISTAN)
 

About the author (2007)

Winner of the Carnegie Medal for WolfWinner of the Whitbread Award for The Great Elephant ChaseWinner of the Smarties Prize for The Great Elephant ChaseShortlisted for the Carnegie Medal for Tightrope

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