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Finished after the fire any book recommendations ~Emily Edit: chosen Wed Wabbit by Lauren Wolk
Posted on: 24 Apr 2018



The Hate U Give | Half Way | Ewan Bowman
I am reading 'The Hate U Give' by Angie Thomas. Although i am only half way through, i have enjoyed the parts of the book that i have read. It is about a girl named Starr who has experienced the shooting of her best friend, and she has to stand up for what her beliefs are. The language in this book is very grown up, but it helps us get an understanding of who the character really is. I am really enjoying this so far, and hope that others will enjoy it too!
Posted on: 26 Mar 2018



Rook/by Lucy mcculloch
The book rook is really good at the end but at the start it?s really slow but I would highly recommend this book if you like reading I enjoyed this and I can?t wait until I read another book xx
Posted on: 26 Mar 2018



After the Fire Review by Shona Leitch
I have just finished reading After the Fire by Will Hill and it was AMAZING! It is a truly beautiful story about a girl who has suffered through a horrible traumatic experience all her life. It follows the story of a 17 year old girl called Moonbeam. After The Fire is a gripping story of survival with a big heart. It is scary, exciting and uplifting all at the same time. It makes an excellent read and I highly recommend it! I absolutely adored this book!
Posted on: 26 Mar 2018



After the fire | half way | Emily M
Moonbeam is a smart witted, strong minded, innocent girl who has spent almost all her life in a religious camp. She was only three when her Dad died and her Mum left as well. When she is 17 someone lights a fire and burns down the camp leading the FBI and Police to the camp that lives in the middle of a desert. During the fire she burns her hand and remains in bandages for the most of the book. Moonbeam only realises that not everything she is told about the outsiders or as they call them "servents of the serpent" is true, when she is in George W. Bush Municipal Center a home for people that have just came out of a traumatic incident in life and need some support. Her doctor helps her find her feet again before the FBI come in to ask her questions about the camp and her life there but she struggles. Will she ever find balance?
Posted on: 26 Mar 2018



Nearly half way by Rosie Hoskins
I?m nearly halfway through the book the hate u give so far it is amazing it is written by Angie Thomas .It is about a girl called Starr who?s best friend gets shot and Starr has to stand up for what she believes in. I am really enjoying this book and I hope other people in my group will enjoy it too ?
Posted on: 26 Mar 2018





Posted on: 16 May 2017



The stars at Oktober bend reviewed by Brooke Mckenna
I am almost half way through of reading the stars at Oktober bend by Glenda Millard. So far , I am really enjoying this book and I hope my other friends at book club with like it just as much as I do when they are reading it .This book is definitely one of my favourite books so far.I will be trying to read the rest of this book throughour the week
Posted on: 11 May 2017



new book / Sputnik's Guide to Life on Earth
I've just started this new book and its full of humour already. I think the other books are slightly more grown up than this one and that's ones I'd prefer but I've read that it gets better the more you read.
Posted on: 09 May 2017





Posted on: 05 May 2017



Knowetop Book Group 2017
Our 2017 Knowetop Book Group is having a bit of a slow start! We will get into it though! It's too good an opportunity to miss. Get reading Knowetoppers!
Posted on: 27 Mar 2014



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