!!> Reading ➽ Turn Off The Lights ➶ Author Phillip Gwynne – Rvtrek.info

Once Upon A Time, And Not So Long Ago, I Didn T Have To Do This Stuff Feign Complete Surprise, Tell Endless Lies But Now, Ever Since The Debt, It Seems Like That S All I DoWith Tristan In Hospital And Imogen Increasingly Suspicious Of Dom S Behaviour, Dom Has Had It With The Debt But This Mysterious Organisation Hasn T Finished With Dom No Matter How Hard He Runs, The Debt Is Not Far BehindThen He Gets The Next Instalment, And It S Even Harder Than The First Dom Must Turn Off All Of The Gold Coast S Lights During Earth Hour But Dom Is Learning Quickly He Has The ClamTop And A Few Tricks Of His Own, And Starts Plotting How To Get Into Diabolo Bay Power StationDom S Not Been Tested In This Way Before, But His Brush With The Debt Has Given This Task An Urgency He S Not Faced Before And He S Starting To Realise That This Organisation Means Business He S Not Just Racing Against Time, He S Racing For His Life Turn Off The Lights


About the Author: Phillip Gwynne

Phillip Gwynne s first novel Deadly Unna the literary hit of 1998, has now sold over 180,000 copies It was made into the feature film Australian Rules for which Phillip won an AFI award The sequel, Nukkin Ya, was published to great acclaim in 2000 He has also written The Worst Team Ever, Born to Bake, and A Chook Called Harry in the Aussie Bites series, and Jetty Rats Phillip s latest novel,



10 thoughts on “Turn Off The Lights

  1. says:

    3.5 starsI really enjoyed this second book in the The Debt series In this one, Dom is tasked with turning off all the lights in the city for exactly one hour It s fast paced and interesting, especially because of the relationships that Dom has with his family, who are not all they seem to be, and with his friends, Tristan and Imogen, who come with their own problems.Dom is training for a big


  2. says:

    It is difficult to get past the ridiculous premise in this series It is beyond belief and just plain ridiculous I gave the second book a go and it was even worse than the first Will I return Sigh maybe but not for a while, surely


  3. says:

    Quick read and entertaining My middle schooler wants me to read this whole series.This one had some plot holes but was overall fun.


  4. says:

    Being a fast paced, high action text, The Debt is an excellent novel that is engaging, appeals to its target audience and highlights world issues The faced paced nature of this novel is evident from the many scenes of conflict that occur in this novel between different groups The main character and protagonist, Dom, is positioned so that he experiences conflict with individuals from drug dealing eco t


  5. says:

    17 20En bref, un second tome tr s rythm qui ne laisse jamais respirer le lecteur On est pris par l intrigue, on esp re que Dom arrivera au bout de son contrat sans y laisser trop de plumes Les personnages sont toujours aussi sympathiques et certaines r v lations nous font attendre avec impatience la suite


  6. says:

    The second instalment in this great series Dom s second task to turn all the lights in Halcyon Grove off for Earth Hour Can Dom make it happen And what s going on with Imogen and Tristan Dom s pretty cut up about it all Can he resist his urge to ruin everything


  7. says:

    Second book is better than the first The scene has been set now Dom starts to notice the coincidences Still light enough and very fast paced to attract less confident readers


  8. says:

    One challenge after another.


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