Double Take Pack

Two sides: one story! Eight crucial moments in history. One unique series that shows each struggle from two points of view. Wherever you have missions and battles, you have rivals. But you never get to see history from both sides. Until now. Double Take shows you some of the most famous conflicts and triumphs in history. And it writes them twice: once for each rival’s point of view. William vs Harold in the Battle of Hastings. Mary Tudor vs Elizabeth Tudor, vying for the English crown. Robert Scott vs Roald Amundsen in the race to reach the South Pole. Now you can take both sides.

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  • Alan MacDonald

    Alan MacDonald lives in Nottingham. He writes both non-fiction and fiction as well as writing for radio and TV. He has a particularly good track record for writing page-turning and accessible historical books.


    Alan MacDonald won the Nottingham Children’s Book Award for The Great Brain Robbery in 2004.

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