Far Out!

Far Out Ruby sees the weird swirly coloured card on the school notice board Audition for Life ring but apparently no one else does and her best friend Lee dismisses her as just stupid again Ruby is shy an

  • Title: Far Out!
  • Author: Rachel Billington
  • ISBN: 9780340854778
  • Page: 445
  • Format: Unknown Binding
  • Ruby sees the weird swirly coloured card on the school notice board Audition for Life, ring, but apparently no one else does, and her best friend Lee dismisses her as just stupid again Ruby is shy, and thinks that she s the kind of person that no really exciting person would bother talking to So when cool, street wise Slate reveals that he too saw it, and he needRuby sees the weird swirly coloured card on the school notice board Audition for Life, ring, but apparently no one else does, and her best friend Lee dismisses her as just stupid again Ruby is shy, and thinks that she s the kind of person that no really exciting person would bother talking to So when cool, street wise Slate reveals that he too saw it, and he needs her to tell him what it said, when Slate also assumes that together they will find out what it s about that they ll make a good team she is flattered and intimidated by this unexpected alliance And what was the mysterious disappearing card about What is this audition What for To win what Nervously, but with increasing determination as events become and bizarre, the oddly matched pair set off to investigate, and find themselves transported to a magical, tropical island where every moment is a test of loyalty, friendship and bravery.

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    1. I remembered why I didn't like this book when I read it as a kid. I didn't absolutely hate as much as I had back then, as I can see the author writing the story now I'm older and in that position, but the whole thing wasn't very enjoyable. I suppose it's because of the mishmash of ancient slang (an attempt to sound cool or whatever) Slate talked in and because the characters never did anything to endear themselves. Also, there's a slight racist 'english betterness' attitude throughout, especiall [...]

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