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Top 40 Book Club : December 2009
THE BOOK OF RAPTURE NIKKI GEMMELL Three children have been taken from their beds in the middle of the night, they have been drugged and wake up in a basement. They don't know who to trust -- where are their parents? Their mother is a scientist who is working on a top secret project which pushes the moral boundaries of scientific discovery. As each bite-sized chapter develops, we discover the mystery that surrounds 'Project Indigo', and clues are revealed as to who is responsible for the children's predicament and gently maps out their story of resilience. This can be a challenging read, written in second person narrative, but the reader who perseveres will be rewarded with a book that is haunting and provocative. 'the reader that perseveres will be rewarded with a book that is haunting and provocative'