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Edward Hogan

When Daniel Lever is dragged to Leisure World Holiday for some "time away" with his depressed dad, his expectations are low. Daniel is overweight, he hates sport, and his father has brought along his beloved tomato plant. But soon Daniel spots a girl swimming in the fake lake. Lexi is elegant and smart, but very mysterious. Why are her bruises getting worse? And is her watch really ticking backwards?

When Daniel Lever is dragged to Leisure World Holiday for some "time away" with his depressed dad, his expectations are low. Daniel is overweight, he hates sport, and his father has brought along his beloved tomato plant. But soon Daniel spots a girl swimming in the fake lake. Lexi is elegant and smart, but very mysterious. Why are her bruises getting worse? And is her watch really ticking backwards?
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Description:

When Daniel Lever is dragged to Leisure World Holiday for some "time away" with his depressed dad, his expectations are low. Daniel is overweight, he hates sport, and his father has brought along his beloved tomato plant. But soon Daniel spots a girl swimming in the fake lake. Lexi is elegant and smart, but very mysterious. Why are her bruises getting worse? And is her watch really ticking backwards?

Language:

English

Narrators:

John Hasler

Length:

5h 47m