[Read] ➫ Hydra Author Robert Swindells – Writerscompany.co.uk

Hydra It Was Sick And Hungry And A Long, Long Way From HomeSomething Is Causing Mysterious Circles To Appear In The Cornfields Of Cansfield Farm And Someone, Or Some Thing, Has Obviously Terrified Barry Cansfield, The Farmer S Bullying Son But When Friends Ben And Midge Sneak Out To The Farm To Investigate, They Discover A Secret Terrifying Than They Could Possible Have Imagined A Truly Monstrous Horror That Simply Must Be Stopped


About the Author: Robert Swindells

Robert Swindells was born in Bradford in 1939, the eldest of five children He left the local Secondary Modern School at fifteen to work as a copy holder on the local newspaper At seventeen he enlisted in the RAF and served for three years, two in Germany On being discharged he worked as a clerk, engineer and printer until 1969 when he entered college to train as a teacher having obtained five O levels at night school His first book When Darkness Comes was written as a college thesis and published by Hodder and Stoughton in 1972 In 1980 he gave up teaching to write full time He likes travelling and visits many schools each year, talking and reading stories to children He is the secutatry of his local Peace Movement group Brother in the Land is his first book for Oxford University Press He is married with two grown up daughters and lives in Bradford.Author description taken from Brother in the Land.



10 thoughts on “Hydra

  1. says:

    This is another book that could give you insomnia, it s just so exciting you can t get your hands off it Hydra is such a weird monster, but I like it.


  2. says:

    A great action bookI really like the book as it has kept me busy every Monday or Tuesday night in stead or going on my Facebook


  3. says:

    I didn t really like it I didn t like how the author made the characters speak


  4. says:

    This book garnered excellent reviews when it first came out in the early 1990s Today it reads rather tame compared to the likes of Darren Shan Still, the children s characters are sharply drawn, even if the mad scientist is a bit of a cliche.


  5. says:

    Two children uncover a scientific secret and get themselves into danger Well written and very exciting without being too scary, although not really my kind of book Almost believable at times


  6. says:

    Really grasping Can t put the book down once you start it Suspenseful Good read for those who love to think up stories about aliens Really nice.


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