Gemini Force I White Storm

the heels of the blue suede mountain boots at the end of his white skinny jeans. Ben had to make an effort not to stare. This was getting odd now. It was as if White were trying to think something up on the spot. As if he was nervous.

Gemini Force I  White Storm

Ben Carrington is a member of an elite, top-secret rescue organisation - Gemini Force. When he finds himself and his friends in danger, Ben must compete with hostile ice and storms to pull off their most gruelling mission yet. Impossible rescues. Maximum risk. This is Gemini Force 1. An action-packed new installment, perfect for fans of Charlie Higson, Anthony Horowitz and Robert Muchamore.

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