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Terrible Times

Eddie Dickens Trilogy, #3

by Philip Ardagh

Terrible Times by Philip Ardagh X
Terrible Times by Philip Ardagh
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  • First Published:
    Sep 2003, 160 pages

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    Sep 2004, 128 pages

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didi.t

i love this book!
It's a hilarious book. I love the whole series!
Jesse2you

This book is great if your sad and bored or if you cant find any more Lemony Snicket books. All 3 of the books are good. So buy it and the other 2 so you'll wont regret it. Also im doing a review at school about awful end .also if you want to now im11.



ps i hope this stays here a long time
Jennifer

It was a great book! I loved the whole series!
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