Six Days by Philip Webb

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Despite this story not having much of a moral, at least that I noticed, it is a book you would probably just read for fun.
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Will they find the lost treasure before time runs out? A gripping adventure about a desperate race through the wastelands of future London to find a relic of extraordinary power. For Cass and Wilbur, life as scavengers is all they've ever known -- rummaging the ruins of London in search of a precious, powerful relic no one, not even their new Russian masters, has ever seen. But when Erin and Peyto, two strangers from a faraway place, show up and claim they hold the key to locating the mysterious missing artifact, the treasure hunt takes on a lethal urgency. If the kids don't find the crucial object in SIX DAYS, their world will come crashing to an end!
 

About Philip Webb

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"Philp Webb works as a ""user experience consultant,"" helping his clients bridge the gap between technology and humanity. He has a computer science degree and a masters in human computer interaction. He lives in West London with his wife."
 
Published September 1, 2011 by Scholastic Inc.. 357 pages
Genres: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Action & Adventure, Children's Books, Literature & Fiction. Fiction
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Reviewed by HighKick on Nov 24 2012

Despite this story not having much of a moral, at least that I noticed, it is a book you would probably just read for fun.

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