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Blood Ties

Series: Blood, Book 1
Length: 9 hrs and 23 mins
Categories: Children, Fiction
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Summary

Theo gives his bodyguard the slip once too often. Rachel receives a weird text from her father. So begins a highly dangerous search to unravel unanswered questions about their past.

Linked by the firebombing of a research clinic, Theo and Rachel fear they are targets of an extremist group, who will stop at nothing to silence them. Awaiting them are startling discoveries about their identities which will affect their future in life-altering ways...

A gripping, thought-provoking thriller for older children from acclaimed author Sophie McKenzie.

©2008 Sophie McKenzie (P)2014 Audible, Inc.

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An amazing book by Sophie McKenzie that I read in my early teen years. It's great to be able to listen to it now here on audible after years. Definitely a audiobook I'll be listening to again and again in the future.

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Blood ties

This is the best book I have ever read I recommend it to every one.

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classic

read this when I was 10 and now at 16 I've read it again and I understood it so much better. it's so good.