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Title: FLIP
Format: Paperback


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Product ID: K300000123
Pub. date: 7 March, 2013
Pages: 320
Description: Ever wake up in someone else's body? Fourteen-year-old Alex Gray wakes up one morning to discover he's not in his own bedroom. More surprising is that he doesn't recognize his hands, or his legs... When he looks in the mirror he gets the shock of his life! How is it possible that Alex has become another boy - a boy who everyone calls Philip?
Reader Age: 14 years +

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