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Book Review: This Dark Endeavour by Kenneth Oppel

Award-winning author Kenneth Oppel creates a spellbinding prequel to Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein. Check out Kidzworld’s book review of This Dark Endeavour. Back to Article

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zbloke
zbloke wrote:
2012-04-02 23:56:27 -0700

this book looks really cool Big Grin

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worldqweencc
worldqweencc wrote:
2012-02-18 08:24:11 -0800

Frankenstein! Frankenstein!

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bookmonster
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bookmonster wrote:
2012-02-17 15:22:51 -0800

What do you think of it?

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scnekidsrule
scnekidsrule wrote:
2012-02-04 14:37:45 -0800

I love Kenneth's Silverwing trilogy!

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♥Ìmågïñåry♥
♥Ìmågïñåry♥ wrote:
2012-02-02 04:14:14 -0800

I ♥ Frankenstein

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noordinarygirl
noordinarygirl wrote:
2012-02-01 20:01:55 -0800

I'm reading this book right now~

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