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London,

All the Truth that's in me
This book is beautifully written. It is set in the olden days so sometimes it can be really confusing but once you learn to infer the text, you get the swing of it. I love the way the character's life develops throughout the story. It's interesting how she has express her love and emotions without the ability to talk for a man she loves. Her romantic life is a mess and the people of the village including her family blank her out because she can't talk which, supposedly, brings shame to her family.
Posted on: 23 Jun 2014



Liar And Spy Review
This book is awesome and it is for all ages. When you read it you won't want to stop. You totally get pulled in, and it is suitable for kids with vivid imaginations. SH
Posted on: 09 Jun 2014



Rooftoppers Review
The Roof toppers is a very active book. It starts a bit dull, but then becomes more interesting as you read on. The themes were easy to engage with but as the same time they were imaginative. The relationship between Sophie and Charles is very strong as she loves him dearly, but she also wants her mother as she remembers very small snippets of her mom. The characters are well developed and in the book the events could have happened. I think Rundell enjoyed writing in general but also this book because it is well developed. I really enjoyed this book because i have a wild imagination and i would recomended it, because it is a lot of fun. GdS
Posted on: 09 Jun 2014



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