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There's More to Life

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Ned has been sent to his Great Aunt Helen's cottage by the sea for the holidays. But nothing turns out as planned. For a start, there's no aunt, and when strange things start to happen, it's clear that Ned is no longer alone. A ghost, a girl on the run, and an old man hiding next door all have secrets, and all the while in the lonely coast outside the waves build to a terr ...more
Paperback, 240 pages
Published September 1st 2007 by Hodder & Stoughton (first published September 1st 2006)
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There’s More to Life

“There’s More to Life” by the British author Rachel Billington was published in 2006.

The book tells the story of a school boy called Ned. He goes to spend his holiday with his Great-Aunt Ellen, but nothing goes as planned. He arrives to the sight of his Great-Aunt being taken away on a stretcher. Ned makes the decision to stay on alone in her cottage and that’s when his adventures begin. In the middle of his first night a huge storm blows up and Ned hears sounds in the house.
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