Dingo

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Fifteen-year-old Zack Novak and three friends, Joel, Erin, and Libby, meet a strange English inventor, Hunter MacMurray. He introduces the four to a gizmo named Dingo, which transports them from the USA to England, with only a few hours to prevent a bomb attack on Yankee Stadium. Can Zack unravel a mystifying clue? Many lives depend on the toughest decisions Zack and his friends will ever make.

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About Anne Bradshaw

Anne Bradshaw, who was born in Wales, grew up in England, and now lives in the USA. When she isn’t glued to the chair typing, or in the kitchen eating delicious healthy stuff, she can be found reading, writing, walking, or taking fun pictures.

Anne has seven published books, and happy-danced when a feature screenplay (The Ardanea Pendant) she co-authored won first place (fantasy/sci-fi genre) in the 2008 International Family Film Festival.

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Fifteen-year-old Zack Novak and three friends, Joel, Erin, and Libby, meet a strange English inventor, Hunter MacMurray. He introduces the four to a gizmo named DINGO, which transports them from the USA to England, with only a few hours to prevent a bomb attack on Yankee Stadium. Can Zack unravel a mystifying clue? Many lives depend on the toughest decisions Zack and his friends will ever make.

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Review by: Emma Parker on Sep. 29, 2010 : (no rating)
From the very first page Dingo had my attention. It is a cleverly written novel that will captivate all ages. The creativity and the idea behind the book, are so unusual and new, that I found myself excited about what was coming next. I had to force myself to concentrate on each page instead of skipping ahead. Most books written these days are extremely predictable. However, since the idea behind Dingo is so different I was unable to predict what would happen next. Anne Bradshaw did a fantastic job of creating realistic characters and situations. I thoroughly enjoyed Dingo, and I would heartily recommend it.
(reviewed long after purchase)

Review by: Braden Bell on Aug. 30, 2010 : (no rating)
Dingo caught my attention from the beginning. It is well written for a variety of ages. The story pulled me in and kept me guessing.

Spencer Bell
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

Review by: Crystal Nadi on Aug. 24, 2010 : (no rating)
The book entitled, "DINGO" was very captivating from the first chapter where a stranger sneaks into the barn to when the reader finds out what is actually going on in the World. "DINGO" is an easy to read and follow along book; which are somethings that I believe are very important. Also, this book is a great read for young men and women because of the easy words and smoothness of the flow which are critical concepts for young people.

I have not read anything by Anne Bradshaw before, but after reading this book I am definitely going to keep her on my list of reading. Those of you who have not heard of her or are thinking should I or should I not pick up this book; I am telling you right now that you need to go pick this book up and give it a try. If you do I am sure that you will be most pleased.

Crystal Nadi
West Virginia
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

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