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Tiggie Tompson All at Sea by Tessa Duder
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Nov 16, 15

really liked it
bookshelves: teens, books-read-2008, pc, re-reads
Read in December, 2008, read count: 3 (at least)

"In this second book of the trilogy, Tiggie's parents are living in Brisbane while Tiggie boards with another family. While researching her role as Eliza in a 19th century drama for television, Tiggie finds herself increasingly caught up in Eliza's character. Then mysterious emails from her half-brother in Australia give Tiggie even more to think about in this story of conflicting demands and changing loyalties." (

One of my favourite books by a New Zealand author, I reread this recently and thought it was as brilliant as the first time I read it!

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