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The London Eye Mystery

by Siobhan Dowd

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The London Eye Mystery by Siobhan Dowd
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  • First Published:
    Feb 2008, 336 pages
    Paperback:
    May 2009, 336 pages

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Krflick (11/15/09)

the dolfin song
Oh my gosh it is an amazing book. I loved it. Really, read it.
ashley (08/19/09)

awesome book!!!!
I think this book is very good easy to understand very addictive. I just want to read it over and over again! great mystery for kids!
Zack6511 (05/19/09)

Zacks reveiw
This book is awesome! I read it for a book report (Im in 4th grade)and I will read it again!
ellie (04/19/09)

student
A great mystery book for kids.
faith (11/25/08)

the london eye mystery
The book is very good because it is chilling and exciting to read because you don't know what will happen next in the book.
Jen M. (11/16/08)

Different is good too
What a great narrator! It's easy to identify with this kid-- trying to manage a stressful situation, trying to connect with people, dealing with being different-- even though if you met him in person you might feel uncomfortable around him. The other kids in the book are all individuals with different traits and motivations, and I felt sympathy for all of them as they try to solve adult problems with only the resources available to children.

In addition, the mystery is a good one. The clues are laid out fairly (no sneaky last-minute guesses) and the conclusion is logical without being too obvious. Good for fifth-grade through eighth-grade, plus for mystery lovers in general.
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