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Whippersnapper
RRP*: $14.95
Binding
Paperback
ISBN13
9780143306092
Pages
180
Dimensions
129 x 198 x 0mm
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Description

When Gus is in a terrible accident, he can't believe he's survived. But has he? He's woken up in the body of an old man and his own body is unconscious in intensive care. Will he ever get back to being Gus? Will he ever play basketball again? And what do you do when your friends don't recognise you and your family thinks you're some kind of nutcase? How do you cope with being fourteen in a seventy-year-old body? The worst day of Gus's life is about to get seriously weird.
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