by E M Gentry
Spicy, sweet and Christmassy The Einstein Code left me wondering what was going to happen to Ben and Jess and now after reading the second book of this trilogy lots has happened but I’m still in a...
In her book The Darwin Code J.D. Welch uses her love of science and puzzles to help her characters try to solve two mysteries whilst also delivering an interesting and understandable insight into human genetics. Set against a backdrop of the streets and colleges of Oxford, a story of intrigue and suspense unfolds. When young Ben Baxter and his mother Sue escape from a horrific ordeal, their lives remain in danger as they race to prevent a deadly poison being launched. For Ben, this also brings...
by The Einstein Code review Hero or Heroine? by E M Gentry
The trouble with the story of The Einstein Code is it feels real! It’s a book meant for early teens but this adult thought he was reading a true-life story, not a fictional story created by the...
Ben's mother has been kidnapped and the adults don't believe it. They think she's just missing and her employers and the police don't really want to know. The meeting she attended, after all, never took place. But the message she sent Ben tells a different story. To find his mum Ben must follow a perilous trail and solve a series of difficult clues, whilst evading being captured by the kidnappers. With help from his alarmingly clever cousins, Jess and Freddie, as well as some hindrance from his...
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