Three Times Dead

Rated 4.00/5 based on 2 reviews
After being involved in a serious car crash, Bevan comes close to losing his life. The appearance of an old Maori man heralds the beginning of strange dreams which follow the events of New Zealand's Waikato War of 1863. Who is the Maori warrior called Haki and what is his connection to Bevan? The answers can only be found in another time and place when Bevan dies again. More

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Words: 48,820
Language: English
ISBN: 9780473250232
About D C Grant

DC Grant was born in England, but has lived in South Africa and New Zealand, which means a lot of travelling and getting used to different accents. Besides writing, other interests are rugby, target shooting and military history and, of course, reading.

DC Grant writes about sports, guns and battles, not always in the same book. In Too Deep is a young adult novel featuring Josh whose father loses the family home as a result of bankruptcy. The second book in the series Three Times Dead continues the story of Bevan who is dealing with the loss of his lower left leg in a motor vehicle accident. The third book, What Love Is follows the story of Bevan's girlfriend who discovers her great-grandmother's war diary.

In High Speed, a book for 8 – 12 year olds, Jason Shaw solves a mystery but places himself in danger while doing so. Where the Flag Floats, also for 8 -12 year olds, is an historical adventure book based upon the events of the shipwreck of the HMS Orpheus in 1863.

DC Grant lives in a New York style loft apartment with a slightly psychotic cat called Candy.

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Reviews

Review by: nerrbelle on April 03, 2014 :
Thoroughly enjoyed reading this book and was impressed with the author's detailed research into the New Zealand Land Wars. Would definitely recommend this book.
(reviewed within a week of purchase)

Review by: Sue Copsey on July 07, 2013 :
This page-turning read cleverly interweaves historical fact (the New Zealand Land Wars) into a modern-day tale of a teenager facing the typical problems of adolescence, as well as the disability he is left with after a horrific car crash. A sensitively written novel that combines fast-paced action with a strong moral theme. Recommended reading for young adults, particularly boys.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

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