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Invisible Reporters

Invisible Reporters



Aris Dimokidis

Metaichmio, 2010
189 p.
ISBN 978-960-455-709-7, [In Print]
Price € 10,20

The world's most famous footballer has mysteriously disappeared and only a young girl can help him... Eleni, the newest member of a secret journalist team will travel across the world searching for the truth. She must interview suspects in London, look for clues in New York, eavesdrop producers in Moscow, unlock a secret drawer in Tokyo, search for the truth in Rio De Janeiro. And while travelling to different cities, Eleni meets new people, admires new cultures and has fantastic adventures. Model photo shoots, football games, on-air movie productions, hidden clues, emotional friendships, outrageous TV game shows, strange celebrities, breathtaking action: nothing can stop Eleni from having the time of her life! She only has seven days to solve the mystery, unravel a big conspiracy and save her favourite footballer. And she's not wasting a minute! Invisible Reporters is the name of a secret team whose members are young boys and girls. Because of their age no one can even suspect they are journalists (thus 'invisible'), which is helpful when they want to infiltrate somewhere or interview people who would ever talk to reporters. They have a popular blog on the internet where they publish their revealing work, and have numerous correspondents around the world - living their own exciting journalistic adventures. In every book of the series, a different member of the Invisible Reporters team will have its own adventure - the next book ("The Last Concert") will feature a boy trying to solve the mystery of the strange demise of a teen girl group. It's adaptable to every market (and country), tied to a real life blog similar to that of the team (available in every language necessary) and appealing to children and teens thanks to its fast paced -almost cinematic- action and the contemporary issues that it touches.

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