Description - Trap by Sarah Wray
When fifteen-year-old Luke Sheldon is offered a place at an American summer camp for smart kids, he thinks he's in for the trip of a lifetime. Surrounded by forests and built above a labyrinth of underground tunnels, there is more to Camp Hope than meets the eye. Are the rumours true that three campers disappeared a few years earlier? And why does camp leader Captain Budd refuse to talk about it? When Luke starts to find coded messages in his dorm he thinks it is a silly game. . . until one of his friends is attacked. Too late he discovers that he has been drawn into a horrific trap that could cost him his life . . .
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(197mm x 128mm x mm)
Faber & Faber
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Author Biography - Sarah Wray
Sarah Wray lives in Belfast with her husband and three children. She has a degree in Genetics from Belfast University and has worked as a medical research lab technician, a child-minder, a science teacher and has done voluntary work with disabled children. Her first children's novel, The Forbidden Room, beat thousands of other entries to win the nationwide Wow Factor competition, and was long-listed for the 2008 CLIP Carnegie Medal.