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by Robert Westall

The Wind Eye download ebook
ISBN:
0688801145
ISBN13:
978-0688801144
Author:
Robert Westall
Publisher:
Harpercollins Childrens Books; First Edition edition (October 1, 1977)
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Pages:
213 pages
ePUB:
1708 kb
Fb2:
1102 kb
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Category:
Science Fiction & Fantasy
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Rating:
4.8

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Books by Robert Westall.

Robert Atkinson Westall (7 October 1929 – 15 April 1993) was an English author and teacher best known for fiction aimed at children and young adults. In the latter case, some deal with complex, dark and adult themes. He has been called "the dean of British war novelists". His first book, The Machine Gunners, won the 1975 Carnegie Medal for the year's outstanding children's book by a British subject.

I read this book when I was a teen-ager, and it is one of those rare books that has stayed with me all my life.

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Download now The wind eye ?The? wind eyeRobert Westall: Download PDF book format. Personal Name: Westall, Robert 1929-1993 Verfasser (DE-588)115654631. Choose file format of this book to download: pdf chm txt rtf doc. Download this format book. The wind eye. Book's title: The wind eye. International Standard Book Number (ISBN): 0330322346 0-330-32234-6. Robert Westall. This is a kids’ book I picked up because it was in the library’s catalog under St. Cuthbert as a subject. It has lots of legends about him indeed. In fact, it’s a sort of oblem-novel book, but in the best possible way, from the 70s. Holds up pretty well, actually, since the problems of step-parenting and blended families haven’t gone away, and neither have obnoxious adults viewed through the eyes of powerless children. Very interesting family, although I don't see. Like.

A modern-day family tangles with Saint Cuthbert along the bleak coast of Northumberland