Blade: Firestorm

Blade: Firestorm

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Blade is back in the city he hates and fears. His enemies have taken Jaz, the little girl who has become the centre of his life, and he knows they've brought her here. He has to get her back - but enemies lurk in every shadow and the police are hunting him too. Blade will only have one chance to rescue Jaz and it will take all his nerve and skill. He can't mess this up . . .

Previously published in two parts as Blade: Fighting Back and Blade: Mixing It, this is a stunning new package for this groundbreaking series. Narrated by Blade himself, be prepared to enter his world. It's not pretty . . . it's urban, real and dangerous. As Blade's story unfolds, readers will become completely hooked by this unforgettable character.

Complete the series with Blade 1: Enemies, Blade 2: Flight, and Blade 4: Endgame.
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Product details

  • 12-17
  • Paperback | 288 pages
  • 131 x 198 x 19mm | 200g
  • Oxford, United Kingdom
  • English
  • 0192763628
  • 9780192763624
  • 723,982

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Stunning new thriller * Publishing News * Startlingly original - there's nothing like it out there at all. I truly can't praise this series highly enough * TheBookbag.co.uk * A modern classic * School Librarian * A remarkable and riveting series * Books for Keeps * Sharply written without a wasted word * Independent * Bowler has created a tough, dynamic character who promises plenty of tension, action and attitude * Bookfest * As sharp as its title suggests, this is a relentless and brilliant page turner. * The Bookseller * Thrilling and exhilarating * Teen Titles *
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About Tim Bowler

Tim Bowler is one of the UK's most compelling and original writers for teenagers. He was born in Leigh-on-Sea and after studying Swedish at university, he worked in forestry, the timber trade, teaching and translating before becoming a full-time writer. He lives with his wife in a small village in Devon and his workroom is an old stone outhouse known to friends as 'Tim's Bolthole'. Tim has written seventeen books and won fifteen awards, including the prestigious
Carnegie Medal for River Boy. He has been described by the Sunday Telegraph as 'the master of the psychological thriller' and by the Independent as 'one of the truly original voices in British teenage
fiction'.
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Rating details

75 ratings
3.98 out of 5 stars
5 37% (28)
4 36% (27)
3 17% (13)
2 7% (5)
1 3% (2)
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