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Gemini are ripped apart by accusations of being raped in a captivating film. Occasionally thrilling, but mostly irregularly shaped final. Convincing history of friendliness, familiy, loss and mystery. Mighty, personal report on the Vietnam War. The long expected continuation should please the followers of book 1. Soft storyline of an animal-loving kid on the autistic range.
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Albert-John is living in a gray, blunt and common place... Until his grandmother Z shows up on her motorcycle. Imaginative Granny Z will help Albert stimulate his fantasy and unleash an exceptional universe of color, suspense and adventures that will make Albert never feel common again. Autodidactic Sydney illustrated book by Daniel Gray-Barnett is full of magical moments and amusement.
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