Camp X

Camp X

Enigma

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Having successfully foiled a Nazi plot to kidnap one of the British Royal Family, brothers Jack and George are on the move again--this time to England. The boys and their parents are travelling aboard a merchant ship that's part of a convoy carrying supplies and troops to the battlefields of Europe at the request of the royal family, who wishes to thank them for rescuing Princess Louise.



Crossing the Atlantic is challenging enough ... but when the destroyers attached to their convoy torpedo a U-boat, events take another very surprising turn. The U-boat was transporting a secret: a secret that Jack and George's mother is now entrusted with ... and a secret that the Nazis will kill to protect. When the family comes ashore in England, they're whisked off to Bletchley Park, the hub of the British spy network, so that they can help to decipher it.



True to form, Jack and George soon discover a plan to strike at the heart of the British war effort by sabotaging British intelligence. Will they be able to successfully foil another deadly Nazi plot? In a desperate race against time, Jack and George know that the fate of the whole war effort--and of their family--hangs in the balance ...
Publisher: Toronto, Ont. : Penguin Canada, 2013
ISBN: 9780143187103
0143187104
Branch Call Number: JUV FIC Wal
Characteristics: 207 p. ; 21 cm
Alternative Title: Enigma

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Erika_50
Nov 10, 2017

I loved this Camp X book -- very good! However I was a bit disappointed that the Enigma machine was forgotten by the end, and that it just ended with the Brauns still in Bletchley doing the same things as when they had just arrived.

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dixiedog
Sep 14, 2014

My congratulations to Canadian author Eric Walters on yet another very entertaining book. While Juvenile rated Camp X: Enigma (2013) – Camp X Series book six is a fiction; it does inform young readers about a little WW II History. Senior Doctor-at-Bass! D. A.

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Erika_50
Oct 31, 2017

Erika_50 thinks this title is suitable for between the ages of 10 and 15

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