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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:
I am an author, publisher and a social scientist. My academic specialism is gender and sexual politics and identity, so you can expect this to crop up now and then in my writing too! Not in an "in your face" kind of way - subtlety wins hearts and minds. I write character-based/driven fiction - mostly general/contemporary, some (M/M, F/M, NB) romance and a bit of sci-fi fantasy (light). Basically, I write about life. I've written a few stand alone novels and short stories, but my main work is... 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."