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The Thirty-Nine Steps (Penguin Readers, Level 3)

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The original and best adventure story ever told, with spies, thrilling chase scenes and explosions.
With an Introduction by Stella Rimington.
May 1914. Britain is on the eve of war with Germany. Richard Hannay is living a quiet life in London, but after a chance encounter with a mysterious stranger he stumbles into a hair-raising adventure -- a desperate hunt across the cou
Paperback, 96 pages
Published October 27th 2008 by Pearson Education ESL (first published October 17th 2008)
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Masato Kato
Jun 28, 2014 Masato Kato rated it really liked it
1: Penguin Readers Level 3

2: 6/27=30 minutes 6/28=150 minutes

3: spy, secret, police, thirty-nine steps, June 15th, German, dynamite

4: a) "Because the place and my clothes were different. He knew me in my usual clothes, in a street or at a hotel. But he could not imagine me in church or wearing a long black coat."

b) Hannay was involved with some trouble. One day he met Scudder. He knew some important secrets and some spies tried to kill him. Hannay harbor him but he was killed by spies. Hannay g
Rie Koyanagi
Jun 18, 2016 Rie Koyanagi rated it liked it
1.Penguin level3
4. (a)I helped to catch those three German spies.
(b)I like this passage because the moment that Hannay's effort pay off. He got into lots of difficulties while he run away from spices. So I relieved read that.
5. I thought this story is thrilling novel. I like the way to start of this story because it was exciting for me. I thought Hannay is clever but tricky. The scene I thought he was low was that he tried to make mil
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Jan 20, 2016 Abdul Aziz rated it really liked it
I liked this book because it is a historical fiction book and I recommend it to anyone who likes history or who is writing a historical narrative. It is a nice book filled with adventure.
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