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The Borribles Go For Broke

The Borribles Go For Broke

The Borribles (Volume 2)

Michael de Larrabeiti

Tor Teen

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What is a Borrible?

Borribles are runaways who dwell in the shadows of London. Apart from their pointed ears, they look just like ordinary children. They live by their wits and a few Borrible laws—the chief one being, Don't Get Caught! The Borribles are outcasts—but they wouldn't have it any other way….

The Borribles Go For Broke

On the Great Rumble Hunt, Chalotte, a Borrible from Whitechapel, very nearly lost her life—and good friends had been left for dead—all because of the Rumble Treasure Chest. To Chalotte the treasure was evil and she had sworn never to go on another adventure. But when Chalotte and the other survivors discover that Sam the horse is in danger they know they have no choice—Borribles always help their friends. Their attempts to rescue Sam lead them into the second Great Borrible Adventure!



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BORRIBLES GO FOR BROKE

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It was the hottest Sunday in the hottest July for a hundred years and Chalotte Borrible crouched in the cool shade beneath a greengrocer's barrow in Petticoat Lane market and munched a stolen apple....

Reviews

Praise for The Borribles Go For Broke

“The offspring of a singular imagination.” —The New York Times on The Borribles Trilogy

“A modern epic. It's a brilliant invention.” —Publishers Weekly on The Borribles Trilogy

“Projects a gripping story through slam-bang action.” —The Los Angeles Times on The Borribles Trilogy

“A strong and vivid fantasy, much recommended.” —The Observer on The Borribles Trilogy

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About the author

Michael de Larrabeiti

Michael de Larrabeiti was brought up in Battersea. He is the author of two more books about the Borribles—The Borribles and The Borribles: Across the Dark Metropolis—as well as many other books. He has three grown-up daughters and lives with his wife in Oxfordshire.

Michael de Larrabeiti

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