The Capitol Game

The Capitol Game

Book - 2010
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Ira Fishman is having a bad day. First, he wins a lame prize that looks like a camera. When he presses the green button on top, nothing happens. Later, he is shocked to find a boy in his room -- an exact double of himself!When he can't get the new boy to leave, Ira decides to have some fun. He sends Ira number two to school in his place. Not a good idea. The clone is ruining Ira's life. And now a second clone appears. Ira's room is getting crowded. How can he get rid of himself?"Stine got a generation hooked on reading" -- St. Petersburg Times
Publisher: New York : Grand Central Pub., 2010
Edition: 1st ed. --
ISBN: 9780446195614
0446195618
Branch Call Number: FIC Haig 3564
Characteristics: 390 p

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books4kidz
Oct 19, 2016

Good story, but didn't really captivate me until close to the end.

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sancyk
Jun 30, 2012

I read all of Brian Haig's novels. If you like the sarcastic sense of humour of the main character, you will really like every novel.

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deRougemont
Mar 02, 2011

What a ride! Grisham fans will love this political / legal thriller from Brian Haig.

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pmoloney
Sep 08, 2010

Enjoyed this book. Right combination of corporate greed, law and the military business complex. Worth reading right up to the end.

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