Tamar Audio: A Novel Of Espionage, Passion, And Betrayal by Mal PeetTamar Audio: A Novel Of Espionage, Passion, And Betrayal by Mal Peet

Tamar Audio: A Novel Of Espionage, Passion, And Betrayal

byMal PeetRead byAnton Lesser, Anna Maxwell Martin

Audio Book (CD) | September 9, 2008

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"It takes a disciplined author to hide secrets within secrets. . . . And it takes ambition to apply such intricate storytelling to a sweeping plot."

When her grandfather dies, Tamar inherits a box containing clues and coded messages. Out of the past another Tamar emerges, a man involved in the terrifying world of resistance fi ghters in Nazi-occupied Holland. His story is one of passion, love, jealousy, and tragedy, and unraveling it will transform Tamar's life. Mal Peet’s acclaimed novel is read by Anton Lesser, one of Britain's leading classical actors, and BATA-winning British actress Anna Maxwell Martin.
Mal Peet (1947–2015) is the acclaimed author of the Carnegie Medal–winning novel Tamar as well as the  Boston Globe–Horn Book Honor Book Life: An Exploded Diagram and three Paul Faustino novels: Keeper, The Penalty, and Exposure, a winner of the Guardian Children’s Fiction Prize. He is also the co-author of Cloud Tea Monkeys, Mysteriou...
Title:Tamar Audio: A Novel Of Espionage, Passion, And BetrayalFormat:Audio Book (CD)Dimensions:1 pages, 5.94 × 5.09 × 1.1 inPublished:September 9, 2008Publisher:Candlewick PressLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0763641219

ISBN - 13:9780763641214

Appropriate for ages: 14 - 14


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Tamar had not been able to drift clear of the surface of the water that rushed up to meet him. He was already fumbling with the harness release when he felt the cold shock of contact; he was terrified the chute would drag him under. He was thigh deep before he felt something more or less solid — a mass of sludge and submerged branches — beneath his feet. With a moan of relief he got free of the chute and saw it settle onto the black water like a gigantic water lily. Then he began to struggle towards the denser shadow of the bank. His flailing right arm struck something hard, and he grabbed at it. It shifted in the water. A boat? Yes.He was pulling himself along it, looking for where it must be moored to the bank, when he heard someone speak."Welcome to Holland, Tamar."He looked up. On the bank, distinct against the lesser darkness of the sky, was the unmistakable silhouette of a German soldier. The long field-service coat, the jackboots. Cold moonlight glinted from the steel helmet and the snout of a submachine gun.Even before fear took hold, Tamar was filled with a great and bitterdisappointment, a sense of ridiculous failure. He stood away from the boat, feeling broken, and raised his arms above his head._______TAMAR by Mal Peet. Copyright © 2007 by Mal Peet. Published by Candlewick Press, Inc., Cambridge, MA.