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19%OFFAnn Pilling - Black Harvest - 9780006754268 - V9780006754268
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Black Harvest

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Description for Black Harvest Paperback. The rugged west coast of Ireland seems like the perfect place for a holiday. Then everything starts to go wrong. Colin is aware of an awful smell coming off the land, a smell of death and decay.. Series: Collins Modern Classics. Num Pages: 192 pages, (Chap heading illus). BIC Classification: 5AK; YFD. Category: (J) Children / Juvenile. Dimension: 171 x 197 x 12. Weight in Grams: 152.
The rugged west coast of Ireland seems like the perfect place for a holiday. Then everything starts to go wrong. Colin is aware of an awful smell coming off the land, a smell of death and decay... Colin and Prill were looking forward to a holiday of fun and adventure in Ireland. It would have been perfect if only they hadn't had to drag along their odd cousin Oliver. But Oliver, it turns out, isn't their biggest problem. Almost from the moment ... Read more

Product Details

Publisher
HarperCollins Publishers United Kingdom
Number of pages
196
Format
Paperback
Publication date
1999
Series
Collins Modern Classics
Condition
New
Number of Pages
192
Place of Publication
London, United Kingdom
ISBN
9780006754268
SKU
V9780006754268
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Ref
99-2

About Ann Pilling
Ann Pilling was brought up in Warrington, Cheshire and many of her books are set in the industrial North West. After reading English at London University, she taught in Buckinghamshire then sent some time in America before returning to England and settling eventually in Oxford. She is married with two sons. Ann has been writing books for children since ... Read more

Reviews for Black Harvest
A marvellously powerful book. An unusually effective story which combines sensitivity, realism and horror. Books for Keeps History doesn't get more real than this. Sunday Times

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