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The Falcon Chronicles: Tiger Wars: Book 1 By Steve Backshall

The Falcon Chronicles: Tiger Wars: Book 1
by Steve Backshall

Action, adventure, predators and peril - the first novel by BAFTA AWARD-winning DEADLY TV presenter and star of BBC's Strictly Come Dancing, Steve Backshall.
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Action, adventure, predators and peril - the bestselling first novel by BAFTA AWARD-winning DEADLY 60 TV presenter Steve Backshall. Deadly Adversaries. An Impossible Mission. Tiger Wars. Saker is on the run from the only life he knows. From India to the Himalayas and China he'll be pursued by hunting dogs, mercenaries, spies, thieves and assassins in his quest to set free the most majestic, lethal and valuable of all the predators - the tiger. With him, on every dangerous step of the adventure, is Sinter, a girl who has her own reasons for running away. Gripping adventure fiction perfect for fans of Anthony Horowitz and Charlie Higson. This is the first adventure in the Falcon Chronicles, filled with intrigue, adventure, exotic wildlife and dramatic locations. As Saker and Sinter rescue tigers or mountain gorillas, thwart shark finners and rainforest exploiters they come face to face with the world's most fascinating, majestic and lethal creatures. Steve Backshall is the hugely popular and fearless presenter of the BBC kids' series DEADLY 60 and LIVE AND DEADLY as well as star of BBC's Strictly Come Dancing 2014.

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Sku
GOR006270731
Title
The Falcon Chronicles: Tiger Wars: Book 1
Author
Condition
Very Good
Binding type
Paperback
Publisher
Hachette Children's Group
Year published
Number of pages
272
ISBN 10
144401448X
ISBN 13
9781444014488
Prizes
Commended for Shrewsbury Children's Book Award 2015 (UK) Short-listed for The Hillingdon Secondary Book of the Year Award 2014 (UK)
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