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|All Authors / Contributors:||
Mark A Cooper, (Novelist)
|Notes:||"A Jason Steed adventure"--Cover.
British Sea Cadet Jason Steed was on summer camp on retired Navy Frigate HMS Stoke just off the Jakarta coast on that tranquil summer afternoon when hell was unleashed before his eyes. Jason's happy world is turned upside down when without warning, chaos and carnage reigned. He watched as his friends became victims to barbaric mass slaughter. Caught up in a failed military mission, with a threat of nuclear attack hanging in the balance, alone and hungry. Could the 11 year-year-old summon the will to survive himself and save hist country?
|Description:||214 pages ; 21 cm|
|Responsibility:||Mark A. Cooper.|
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Tom Sawyer meets Karate Kid meets James Bond
I was given this book to read by my teacher, I hate reading, or should I say; I hated reading. I treid the Harry Potter books, phew, too big. So I prefer to watch films, but I had to read a book for school.
After the fisrt few chapters, I was fully into it. Jason grew on me and you end up really...
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The best teen fiction book I have read. Fledgling Jason Steed.
The best book I have read ever, no doubt about that. Its very easy to read, and fun. The novel travels at high speed and is what you expect from a teen hero book, think Alex Rider, Cody Banks but give it a good looking blond haired Blue eyed boy with growing pains, and a huge heart and you have Jason...
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The best young adult book ever!
A simple cute story for young adults. easy to read, no hard thinking required just a really nice novel.
Jason is a strong minded little dude who gets into all sorts of problems, the realationship between father and son is very real life....
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