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Falling out with his best mate wasn't exactly the start to the new term that Dax Jones wanted. But when Gideon's life changes, it seems that he's leaving Dax behind. And as if that's not bad enough, everyone at school has started acting weirdly. Is Dax really the only one who can see their strange behaviour?

Dax's fox instincts have never let him down before - he has to trust them. But before he can help Gideon and the others, he must first overcome his own rising panic and learn more about his shapeshifting powers....

The second thrilling story in the Shapeshifter series from bestselling author Ali Sparkes.

©2007 Ali Sparkes; (P)2014 Audible, Inc.

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  • 12-04-17

Awesome

Absolutely awesome 😎 nice twist at the end though with Catherin it’s nice how they put that Catherin was evil at the end.

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  • 06-14-15

I love these books

I love the detail and careful handling of a young audience. These books never talk down to the kids they're aimed at and deal with a lot of important issues that many people experience, whether in their teens or later. No one has to pretend to be tough and I like that. The characters have their flaws and it makes them believable, and people aren't insanely talented and magically more gifted than anyone else.