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The Demon Headmaster And The Prime Minister's Brain (The Demon Headmaster #2)
The second Demon Headmaster book. Everyone at school is playing the new computer game, Octopus Dare - but only Dinah is good enough to beat it. But she forgets who she is when she looks into the whirling eyes of the Octopus . . . What is happening, and how is the Demon Headmaster involved? And what will he do if he really does get into the Prime Minister's Brain?
Published June 3rd 2004 by OUP Oxford
(first published June 25th 1985)
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Apr 29, 2009 Sally rated it 4 of 5 stars · review of another edition
Oh man, the TV series of this was so awesome! I remember being sick in bed and having a portable TV in my room so I could watch it in the mornings without getting up. Sweeeeet. (Except to turn the TV on, no remote.) (We only had one TV at a time growing up, but one year it half-died and we sent it off to be fixed, and my mother hired a small one to tide us over. It was hire by the month, and we got our set back within the week, so for the rest of that month I had the spare in my room.)
I brought this book home from the library for my sister to read (it is the 2nd in the Demon Headmaster series. Before this I had brought home the 1st in the series on tape so I thought she may like to read this one) but she thought it was too difficult so I ended up reading it.
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Gillian Cross was born Gillian Arnold in 1945. She was educated at North London Collegiate School, Somerville College, Oxford and the University of Sussex. Although now a full-time writer who often travels and gives talks in connection with her work, she has had a number of informal jobs including being an assistant to a Member of Parliament. For eight years she also sat on the committee which adv ...moreMore about Gillian Cross...