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Complete with a fantastic array of vehicles designed for specific rescue missions, and a canine sidekick, Gemini Force One: Black Horizon hints at more than being an updated version of Thunderbirds (that honour goes to what ITV are currently getting up to…), it’s a finely crafted adventure story with all the potential it needs to gain a loyal audience of youngsters. There’s a bevy of classic Anderson references for older fans to spot too (look out for Ben’s favourite rock band!), and that cross-appeal will surely work in the novel’s favour. All in all, a blast of a book from cover to cover.
- like Thunderbirds, this first Gemini Force 1 book is also full of fast-paced action and adventure, and even more importantly it is a really exciting and hugely enjoyable read. The Book Zone
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- Blanco Vigores speaks!(From Josh: Firstly, apologies for not blogging much and for not answering questions until it’s so long after that you probably don’t care about the reply! There have been questions about Arcadio and Blanco on this blog. To save you all reading the comments, I’m posting a comment that I actually got Blanco to write.) […]