How I Met Myself

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Cambridge University Press, 2006 - Foreign Language Study - 64 pages
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Award-winning original fiction for learners of English. At seven levels, from Starter to Advanced, this impressive selection of carefully graded readers offers exciting reading for every student's capabilities. One icy winter's evening in Budapest, John Taylor is on his way home from the office when a man runs into him and knocks him over. The man turns to say sorry and John is amazed at what he sees: the man is John's double. The double rushes away but leaves no footprints in the snow. Over the next year it becomes clear to John that the meeting was no accident and that his double has a very important message to give him. Contains a paperback and 2 Audio CDs with complete text recordings from the book.

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User Review  - qoomomo - LibraryThing

On January 18, John Taylor meets a man who has the same face as him. John trys to prove who he is, but he can't. And his wife come not to believe him although at first she believed him. But he sees a ... Read full review

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User Review  - leon777 - LibraryThing

In the evening when the snow on January 18 piled, John saw one man run from the outmoded building on the way in returned from the company.When John knocked against the man, and often saw the man's ... Read full review

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About the author (2006)

David Hill (born 1942) is a New Zealand author, especially well known for his young adult fiction. His young fiction books See Ya, Simon (1992) and Right Where It Hurts (2001) have been shortlisted for numerous awards. He is also a prolific journalist, writing many articles for The New Zealand Herald. Hill attended Victoria University in Wellington. In 2010, he participated in the International Writing Program at the University of Iowa.

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