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Double Six
 
Double Six Cover
Language: English
Published: 6th December, 2013
Publisher: Beaten Track
ISBN: 9781909192669
Category: Fiction
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Information: CURRENTLY UNAVAILABLE When Izzy Barlow passes her driving test, her mum buys her a Fiat 126 that's intent on returning to 1990. But it's not the car; it's the rather uncool accessories it came with - a pair of fluffy dice that are a little... [Detailed Info]
 
About the Author:
Debbie McGowan is an award-winning author of contemporary fiction that celebrates life, love and relationships in all their diversity. Since the publication in 2004 of her debut novel, Champagne - based on a stage show co-written and co-produced with her husband - she has published a further thirty-five works (twenty novels, fifteen short stories and novellas). She is the author of two ongoing series: Hiding Behind The Couch (a literary 'soap opera' centring on the lives of nine long-term... Read More
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When Izzy Barlow passes her driving test, her mum buys her a Fiat 126 that's intent on returning to 1990.

But it's not the car; it's the rather uncool accessories it came with - a pair of fluffy dice that are a little bit different.

"A typical YA sci fi adventure quickly turns into an intricately woven journey."


What they said about NO DICE (the 'accidental' prequel):

"A quirky but entertaining tale."

"Recommended for anyone looking for something a bit unusual and mysterious with a slight sci-fi touch."

"A great story, with a sneaky history lesson thrown in."