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Oblivion by Anthony Horowitz, reviewed by S F Said

Oblivion maintains a propulsive momentum, powered by [Horowitz's] trademark storytelling virtues: relentlessly piling on action, building suspense, teasing the reader with tantalising cliffhangers. Whether he fully achieves his deeper ambitions or not, it's exciting to see so big and bold a book being written for a young audience, who will find much here to think about, and much to enjoy. S F SAID


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