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3.08  ·  Rating Details ·  13 Ratings  ·  4 Reviews
Jonah, a troubled boy who escapes from his dreary life with an alcoholic father by surfing on the coast of Ireland, discovers that he has a twin sister with whom he has an unusual mental link.
Published May 1st 2000 by LernerSports (first published January 1st 2000)
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Hunter Moody
Skullcrack is a decent book, it’s nothing mind blowing. I rated this book a 3 star because I personally thought Ben Bo was writing bars with his other book The Edge. I read The Edge first which put on high expectation of his writing on Skullcrack.
Skullcrack is about a troublesome teen that has an alcoholic father, and somewhere around the end he finds out he has a sister with telepathic communication, and he meets her in the middle of a hurricane on the coast of Florida. Cheesy storyline, he co
May 10, 2016 Finnley-Jay rated it it was amazing
I truly do love the storyline in this book,
So many surprise twists to the story...
I have sat and read it many times and each new time I sit and read it it continuously brings a smile to my face thanks to the amazing work of the author...
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I think that I might need to stay out of the kids section this book was way too easy for me
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Ben Bo is a pseudonym of V.A. Richardson.

V.A. Richardson was born and brought up in the North East of England on the River Tyne near Corbridge in the late 1960s and early 1970s. He is married and lives in London with his wife, Janie, daughters Indigo and Zara, and a benign ghost left over from the late Victorian era. He also writes novels for Bloomsbury under a pen-name, Ben Bo.

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