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Rex Zero And The End Of The World

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Rex Zero And The End Of The World

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Square Fish

ISBN: 0312644604
Author: Tim Wynne-Jones

“ Who wouldn't want to invest time employing the. ” — M. T. Anderson eccentric Norton-Nortons?

Why does everyone seem so scared? Kidnappers? Is it spies? Or is it as a outcome of the shadowy creature some say is stalking Adams Park? One thing is certain in this summer of 1962 as the Cold War heats up: nothing at all is quite what it seems. What's a boy to do? If his name is Rex Zero and he has a bike he calls “ Diablo,” five wild and funny siblings, an alpha dog named Kincho, a basement bomb shelter built of old Punch magazines, and a mind that turns everything inside out, he's bound to come up with an amazing thought. That's what the new boy in town, Rex Norton-Norton, aka Rex Zero, wonders as he rides his bike through Ottawa's streets.


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