The London Eye Mystery

High up above the rooftops on the London Eye, you can see everything. So why can no-one see where Salim has gone? Ted and Kat watched their cousin Salim get on board the London Eye. They watched him turn and wave. Half and hour later it landed and everyone trooped off… except Salim. He has disappeared into thin air. Where on earth could he have gone? When the police draw a blank, Ted and his big sister Kat get on the case. But as the sleuthing partners follow a trail of clues across London in a desperate bid to find their cousin, they’re rushing into danger, and running out of time. Can Ted, whose brain works in a very unique way, find the key to the mystery – before it’s too late?

A fast-paced, spine-tingling mystery from the Carnegie Medal-winning author of Bog Child and A Swift Pure Cry.

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  • loved it

    2 words: LOVED IT!!!

    One day Ted’s family get a visit from his Aunt and cousin, Salim. As they have not seen each other for a while, the two families decide to visit the London eye, which Salim says he has wanted to visit for a long while. Salim and his mother WERE (Read the book to see what I mean) going to move to New York, so this will be last be the last time they all se each other for ages.

    I haven’t really read a book like that, but I am trying too. I absolutely loved this book from the beginning, and there was not a single moment while reading this book was I bored. Each chapter left me wanting to read on, especially towards the end.

    The best part of the book was the ending. I found it exciting finding out which theories are true and which ones are false. This book was not predictable, like many I have read before.

    I recommend the book for 10+.

    You have to read this book, it was excellent, and I absolutely loved it!

    7 October 2014

  • okay

    I didn’t like this book to much and I could only read half of it before I gave up!

    7 December 2013

  • loved it

    This book made me and my mum stay up till midnight. I loved the way that the police found a different boy, who was Salims friend, sleeping on stone slabs near the river Thames. If you didn’t read this means you have to. I definitely give this book  stars.  Thumbs up for this book.

    3 November 2013

  • A truly amazing book. It was so gripping and the end was quite unexpected. It’s got all the ingredients which make a great mystery book. Love it!

    2 March 2013

  • loved it

    I read this book in primary school , it is sooo cool it’s like a movie expressed in words I recommend this!

    29 January 2012

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