Red edge / Des Hunt.Material type: TextPublisher: Auckland, New Zealand : Scholastic New Zealand Limited, 2020Description: 278 pages ; 20 cmContent type:
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Novel for children.
"Twelve-year-old Cassi Whelan and her dad have just moved into a repaired house on the edge of Christchurch's Red Zone. Although Cassi was only four when earthquakes decimated Christchurch, her memories still haunt her. An obsessive runner, she finds the wide-open spaces of the cleared Red Zone suit her perfectly. However, she becomes suspicious about strange comings and goings at the broken-down house next door. A chance meeting with a boy who lives on the other side of the house, who is a tech geek, leads to them setting up a surveillance system to investigate what's happening."--Publisher information.
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