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Something is coming ...something big. May knows it, but no one will listen to her. She is an outcast due to her odd ways and freakish ability with animals. Andrew knows it, but he has his position as gang leader to maintain. Ewan knows it, but what can he do? The sea creature is the biggest living thing on the face of the earth. And it won't stop until it has destroyed ...more
Paperback, 235 pages
Published January 1st 2010 by Simon & Schuster
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Tom Clarke
Jul 16, 2009 Tom Clarke rated it it was amazing
Crackin' story about monsters, children and fish fingers.
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Jun 03, 2014 Liz rated it liked it
The Badness of Ballydog focuses on three young teenagers and their lives in the small town of Ballydog. The book begins with Ewan moving to Ballydog from Northern Ireland as part of the witness protection program. He doesn’t fit in with his classmates at school, but he’s not the only one. May can speak to animals, and they’ve been telling her something bad is coming to town. But with everyone she knows thinking she’s “soft in the head” who will believe her? Andrew has been having nightmares, and ...more
James Hall
Jan 12, 2011 James Hall rated it it was amazing
I think that this is a brilliant book and that the language used in the story is just right for the plot. It was Unputdownable and I think that this book should go on to win awards!!!
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Alright. At the end I couldn't put it down but before that I easily got distracted.
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Full of dry humour. It's actually a kids book but I still enjoyed reading it a lot
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