The Derring-Do Club and the Invasion of the Grey (The Derring-Do Club, #3)

  • Title: The Derring-Do Club and the Invasion of the Grey (The Derring-Do Club, #3)
  • Author: David Wake
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 109
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • The Derring Do Club and the Invasion of the Grey The Derring Do Club She needed to arm herself with something dangerous than off cuts and needlework A ripping yarn of adventure espionage chases danger desperate measures and pirates Strange lights hover over the moo
    She needed to arm herself with something dangerous than off cuts and needlework A ripping yarn of adventure, espionage, chases, danger, desperate measures and pirates Strange lights hover over the moors and alien creatures abduct the unwary as the plucky Deering Dolittle sisters, Earnestine, Georgina and Charlotte, must discover the truth before it s too late The eShe needed to arm herself with something dangerous than off cuts and needlework A ripping yarn of adventure, espionage, chases, danger, desperate measures and pirates Strange lights hover over the moors and alien creatures abduct the unwary as the plucky Deering Dolittle sisters, Earnestine, Georgina and Charlotte, must discover the truth before it s too late The exciting sequel to The Empire of the Dead and The Year of the Chrononauts

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      Published :2020-03-15T17:18:14+00:00

    About David Wake


    1. David Wake began writing for the theatre, winning a number of awards and drinking lager out of one piece of silverware at the celebratory curry and taking shows to London and the Edinburgh Fringe.His novels are near future SF and the Derring Do Club steampunk series, as well as completing an MA in Writing at Birmingham City University receiving the year s screenwriting award.He runs a couple of writing groups in Birmingham, UK If you d like to know , please get in touch.


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    1. Earnestine, Georgina and Charlotte are back for their third definitely-not-an-adventure (although each book stands alone, so you don’t necessarily have to read them in order if you don’t want to).This time, it’s strange lights in the sky, little grey men in the kitchen, and the devil in the village. Also, spies. And kidnapping. And pirates. And worse things, like spelling and grammar. Once more, the British Empire (or the whole of civilisation, even) is at risk, and only the Derring-Do Clu [...]

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    2. Work and other stuff combined to stop me reading this as regularly as I would have liked. That said, it's a pity I'm finished since this is the most recent in the series. David Wake has served up another well crafted and paced piece of wit, humour and (generally) breakneck speed action. Yes, the first third of the book occasionally felt somewhat slower paced than normal but the action soon picks up after the Deering-Do girls arrive at Magdalen Chase. Thereafter it rarely if ever lets up. An evil [...]

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    3. The three Deering Dolittle sisters head off on "up the river" in another thrilling adventure. Continuing their blend of excessive British formality, with an inability to resist jumping headfirst into danger. They end separating a couple of times, and at one point seem to be investigating three completely separate mysteries involving; spies, pixies, pirates, gypsies, and aliens. Despite the usual sillyness from this series, this book touches on a few more serious themes.

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    4. The third in the Derring-Do Club series. A fast paced and enjoyable adventure encountering little grey creatures, pirates and flying saucers. As with the others in the series it's difficult to put down once the story starts to gather pace.

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