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The Knife of Never Letting Go

By (author) Patrick Ness

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A special anniversary edition, with a striking new cover design, to celebrate 10 years of the Chaos Walking trilogy. Prentisstown isn't like other towns. Everyone can hear everyone else's thoughts in a constant, overwhelming Noise. There is no privacy. There are no secrets. Then Todd Hewitt unexpectedly stumbles on a spot of complete silence. Which is impossible. And now he's going to have to run... This new edition marks the 10th anniversary of the award-winning modern classic, soon to be a major motion picture starring Tom Holland and Daisy Ridley.

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Normally shipped | Available from overseas. Usually dispatched in 14 days
Publisher | Walker Books Ltd
Published date | 1 Feb 2018
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Format | Paperback / softback
Pages | 496
Dimensions | 198 x 129 x 34mm (L x W x H)
Weight | 473g
ISBN | 978-1-4063-7916-7
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