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  • Hardcover
  • 336
  • The Tide Knot
  • Helen Dunmore
  • en
  • 28 June 2018
  • 9780007204892

10 thoughts on “The Tide Knot

  1. says:

    I love this series Unabashedly It’s simple and lovely I think it’s ideal for pre teens especially if their parents are going through a divorce or they are part of a blended family To me Sapphy is such a real character even when she annoyed me her actions and reactions always rang true I was as devastated as

  2. says:

    Wow well I'm in a bit of a predicament now I didn't like Ingo very much did I? But guess what I saw this book in

  3. says:

    I have no idea why I loved the first book Ingo a lot Maybe because when I read the first book I was way younger Or maybe the first book is actually way better than this second one I havent read the first book for yearsThis could be

  4. says:

    'The Tide Knot' continues on from 'Ingo' with Sapphire and Conor now living with their mum in St Pirans I found this book to be much satisfying than the previous book with underwater adventures and a real sense that the Mer

  5. says:

    This is the Seual of the brilliant series ingoIf you haven't read it READ IT OR GET IT NOW

  6. says:

    The second book in the series Sepphy and Conner try hard to forget their adventures in Ingo but for Sepphy whose Mer blood is so strong it isn't easy Living in town instead of by their cove she spends time moping around by the shore than normal But when her father appears trying to warn her of a terrible event she has to return un

  7. says:

    The Tide knot return to ingo This a fun adventur about a grill torn between the beauty of the sae and her live above the seasapphy half mer so hes is dron to the seaSappy on a ust to save her dad how every one thout was dead find out her dad left them for his new faimly under the seaShe ends up saveing everone from the fears tide that have brockin free from ther knotsWith the help or her brother and her mer freds they lock the

  8. says:

    hELL YEAH

  9. says:

    The second installment of the Ingo series begins with Sapphire refusing to adapt to her new home While Conor has given up on Ingo and embraced his Air side Sapphire still goes to Ingo to visit with Faro One thing leads to another terribly detailed I know and Sapphire gets to see her dad who everyone but her and Conor believed to have drowned than a year before our story starts Seeing her dad leads Sapphire and

  10. says:

    Set on the rugged Cornish coast Sapphire and her brother Conor's father went missing at sea some eighteen months previously in book one Ingo Now they have moved into a new cottage in a different village with their mother and her new boyfriendSapphire isn't happy but her brother's making the best of it with new friends and goes ou

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The Tide Knot

S is brewing far below the ocean's surface where Saldowr the wisest of the Mer guards the Tide Knot And soon both Sapphire and Conor will be drawn into Ingo's troubled water. The Tide knot return to ingo This a fun adventur about a grill torn between the beauty of the sae and her live above the seasapphy half mer so hes is dron to the seaS

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Beyond the stormSapphire and her brother Conor can't forget their adventures in Ingo the mysterious world beneath the sea They long to see their Mer friends once But a crisi. This is the Seual of the brilliant series ingoIf you haven t read it READ IT OR GET IT NOW

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I can't go back in the house I'm restless prickling all over The wind hits me like slaps from huge invisible hands But it's not the wind that worries me It's something else. Wow well I m in a bit of a predicament now I didn t like Ingo very much did I But guess what I saw this book in a charity shop for 125 and took the plungeAnd now I


About the Author: Helen Dunmore

I was born in December 1952 in Yorkshire the second of four children My father was the eldest of twelve and this extended family has no doubt had a strong influence on my life as have my own children In a large family you hear a great many stories You also come to understand very early that stories hold uite different meanings for different listeners and can be recast from many viewpoints