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ISBN:0753415321
Author: Terry Deary
ISBN13: 978-0753415320
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Language: English
Category: Literature and Fiction
Publisher: Kingfisher Books Ltd (September 3, 2007)
Pages: 96

Vanished! (Classified) (Classified) by Terry Deary



Vanished, Terry Deary William Terence "Terry" Deary (born 3 January 1946) is a British children's author of over 200 books. Desperate to end World War II, the US Defense Department embarked on a bizarre scientific experiment: to make a warship invisible. But the first man to talk about the experiment met with a mysterious death. To the Greeks daemons were intermediary spirits between humans and the Gods. In Western religion and occult lore, demons are classified into various elaborate systems, and hierarchies of hell, and have ascribed to them various characters, forms, attributes and duties.

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Reviews: 2
I love Mercedes
The idea of this book was fascinating for someone who enjoys conspiracy theories. However, it ended up being a complete let down. It was a short read so I didn't have to suffer that long. The plot was ridiculous. Alice was taken into questioning due to the fact she had hacked into government files about the Philadelphia Experiment. We are then taken into flash backs of how Alice had first heard of this theory. The entire book we are told to believe Alice is this super genius when her dialogue says otherwise. Finally, after being given repetitive and pointless information, we are thrown back into the present where she is currently being questioned. What happens? Nothing. Nothing at all.

Oh wait, they let her go, take her home, then offer her a job.

There was no climax, filled with nothing I hadn't already read online, and the characters had no depth. I do not recommend.
DireRaven
Having wanted to learn about the fascinating subject of the Philadephia Experiment I came to Amazon.com to look for credible books on the subject. Unfortunately, I fell for the suggestion to read this book. The only good news is that it cost less than $5 and wasted only a day of my time reading it. The book is not credible. It's a fairy tale, literally as well as the way the story is told. Save your money and buy something else.