Zac and Izzy win a place on a new reality TV show, but they have no idea where they're going or what to expect . . . They must live as if it's 1939, the start of World War Two. One by one they will be voted out by the viewing public. It's a hard life and, since each contestant is desperate to be the final winner, there are problems. When the live final arrives, the contestants and the audience will all be stunned by what occurs . . .
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The emotional landscape is immediately familiar, the subject is popular and contemporary, and the writing is energetic, vivid and accessible - The Bookbag
Johnson cleverly exploits contemporary themes of reality TV and 'celebrity' obsession, whilst sensitively exposing, en route, the many emotions facing young children today - The School Librarian
Another great, humorous book from critically acclaimed Pete Johnson . . . an exciting story perfect for boys and girls aged eleven and over - Literacy Time
Full of surprises so you don't really know where it is heading, but can't wait to find out - Primary Times
A book written with a pleasing directness and a sureness which carry it along, buoyed up by a strong imagination which persuades and then takes you where you least expect to go. A definite winner - Chichester Observer
PETE JOHNSON began work as a film critic for Radio One, then became a teacher. His experiences in the classroom led to his beginning to write and he still keeps contact with a panel of young readers to gain the viewpoint of the actual reader as he writes new titles. He is the author of several titles for the Corgi Yearling list.