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Millie vs the Machines: Millie vs the World: Book 2

Kiera O'Brien

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Millie vs the Machines, London, Greater London, For National Curriculum Key Stage 2, Interest age: from c 9 years, Fiction, Robotics, Science fiction (Children's / Teenage), School stories (Children's / Teenage)

Millie's back, and her next adventure is sure to have danger-loving girls hooked!

'Storming. Left me gasping, chilled, and desperate for more!' MELINDA SALISBURY

Millie knows she's not what they say she is. She's not a unit: she's a girl! It's all just a crazy misunderstanding. If she could just talk to her Company without the police shooting at her - they could sort this mess out.

But on the run and cut off from everyone she knew before, how can Millie get back to her friends when the only 'people' willing to talk to her are a bunch of outlawed machines?

One thing's for sure, surviving in the real world is proving to be a lot dirtier, stranger and more dangerous than she could have expected.

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Praise for Millie vs the Machines: Millie vs the World: Book 2

  • Storming. Millie vs the Machines is a breakneck-paced thriller which left me gasping, chilled, and desperate for more - Melinda Salisbury

  • If you're in the mood for boarding school robot shenanigans with a creepy and thrilling plot, LOOK NO FURTHER! - Lauren James, author of The Next Together

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Kiera O'Brien

Kiera O'Brien grew up in London and now lives just outside it. By day she writes about the bestseller charts for The Bookseller magazine, by late afternoon/early evening she writes about fictional robots. (At night she likes to sleep a lot) She likes cats, all food and, like every other member of her generation, is still waiting for her Hogwarts letter.

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