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Chew Valley Tributes 2015
Chew Magna, Bristol

*Carnegie 2014* The Wall-William Sutcliffe
I found the book very interesting but I was a little confused when what I though was the main event happened in the first part of the book but as I read on I found that there was more to the story and that it just got better and better. I found the ending very unexpected and I loved the fact that it ended on a sort of cliff hanger suggesting that Joshua's (the main character) story was not over. I would defiantly recommend this book to anybody. A very good read. Elizabeth
Posted on: 09 Jun 2014

*Carnegie 2014* Blood Family
I think that this book was very realisic and I really loved it. I felt really sorry for main character for most of it and I think that some of the issues mentioned are very relateable. I haven't read many hard-hitting books like this before but I will definately read more in the future because of this one. I would definately recommend it to anyone, even if it's not something they would usually read. Kelsie
Posted on: 04 Jun 2014

*Carnegie 2014* Liar and Spy
A few parts in the book confused me but as I read on I understood what was going on. There were only two places that confused me but that did no effect how much I liked the book. The twist at the end really surprised me. I don't think that it was my favourite book but I still like it. I think that it should at least come second. Lydia
Posted on: 04 Jun 2014

*Carnegie 2014* All The Truth Thats In Me
I was surprised when I found out what year the book was set but it only added to how much I loved it. The romance between two of the main characters provided excitement and suspense. I would definitely recommend this to teenage girls. My favourite part was when she had flash backs to her captive days. The book helped expand my vocabulary and helped me with a writers block. I loved this book, and so far I believe that it should win the Carnegie Award!! Lydia
Posted on: 04 Jun 2014