The Traveller

by John Twelve Hawks | Mystery & Thrillers |
ISBN: 0552152692 Global Overview for this book
Registered by BookGroupMan of Chester, Cheshire United Kingdom on 6/9/2006
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5 journalers for this copy...
Journal Entry 1 by BookGroupMan from Chester, Cheshire United Kingdom on Friday, June 9, 2006
This came to me as part of several large boxes of books left at my office - I didn't even know that programmers/developers read anything other than huge Java or .Net technical manuals!

Reserved for 4orty7even, cos he asked for it :)

Released 15 yrs ago (6/26/2006 UTC) at By post in A BookCrosser, A Bookcrossing member -- Controlled Releases



...on its way...

Journal Entry 3 by 4orty7even from Kingston upon Thames, Surrey United Kingdom on Wednesday, June 28, 2006
Received from BookGroupMan as a very kind NQRABCK (Not Quite Random !) - thanks very much.

My wife got to this before me and enjoyed it, so I'm looking forward to it. It's next on my TBR list ......

Reserved for the Double-Crossed Book Swap

Journal Entry 4 by 4orty7even from Kingston upon Thames, Surrey United Kingdom on Sunday, August 27, 2006
I loved this book, it's exactly my type.

Only one problem - now I've got to wait for the next two books. Should have waited until they were all published, then read them all together ;o)

Journal Entry 5 by 4orty7even at on Thursday, August 31, 2006

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On it's way to candy-is-dandy.

Journal Entry 6 by candy-is-dandy from Great Bardfield, Essex United Kingdom on Saturday, September 2, 2006
Thank you 4orty7even! I will get round to reading it though I can't promise it will be soon - I am rather inundated with rings/rays at present. I hope you enjoyed the bookswap and you'll come and play some more.

Journal Entry 7 by candy-is-dandy from Great Bardfield, Essex United Kingdom on Thursday, December 17, 2009
I didn't know what to expect with this book but I really enjoyed it. A quick, easy, exciting read and a nice change from the heavier stuff I've been reading recently.

On the front it said it was 'the new Da Vinci Code' which I was somewhat cyincal about before I read it but I could see the link and would actually describe it as a cross between Dan Brown and Neil Gaiman.

Will be looking out for subsequent books in the series (oops, my wishlist keeps growing).

Released 12 yrs ago (12/17/2009 UTC) at -- Controlled Release, -- By post or by hand/ in person -- United Kingdom



Sent to booksnbeer who won it in a bookswap on

Controlled release for the Never Judge a Book by its Cover Relelase Challenge - blue on the cover.

Journal Entry 9 by BooksnBeer from Pasadena, Florida USA on Saturday, December 26, 2009
Excellent, I was looking forward to this book. Actualy, I read the review for the third book and it was thumbs down - but, I will try this one and the next.

Journal Entry 10 by BooksnBeer at Annandale, Virginia USA on Monday, August 16, 2010
Since childhood, Gabriel and Michael Corrigan have been shaped by the stories that their father has told them about the world in which they live. After his mysterious disappearance, they have been living 'off the grid' - that is, invisible to the intrusive surveillance networks that monitor our modern lives.

But no-one is as invisible as they would like to believe, Nathan Boone, a mercenary, has been tasked to hunt down the brothers. The only person who stands between them and certain death is Maya, a tough young women playing at leading a normal life. But her background is anything but normal. She has been trained to fight and survive at whatever cost. When she is summoned to protect the brothers, she must leave everything behind if she is to succeed...

Journal Entry 11 by boomda181 at Toronto, Ontario Canada on Sunday, November 14, 2010
Received from Booksnbeer in a swap! Looking forward to it.

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