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Lynn Grove Book Clubbers
Gorleston-on-Sea, Norfolk

Looking for Alaska
This week I have read Looking for Alaska by John Green. I loved the book throughout, however I was so surprised at the 'after' part of the book!! I would very much recomend this book to anyone and I am also becoming more and more fond of John Green after previously reading the very popular The Fault In Our Stars. :-) - Clara
Posted on: 02 May 2013



Book Club Today
This week we have been reading the book Midwinterblood from the Carnegie short list. Everybody included in the club has read the book and we have all enjoyed it. We have discussed the book and feel it was a great and easy book to read as always by Sedgwick. For next week, we have chosen to read the books Wonder and Greyhound of a Girl. Some of the members will read one of these books whilst the remaining members will read the other and then we will swap as well as compare. We are looking forward to getting stuck into these books and finding out what they're all about. In other news, Light has been released - the epic ending of an epic series by Michael Grant!! Lets hope that the following books in this years short list are a great follow up to Midwinterblood - we look forward to reading and updating soon :-) - Clara and Annabel
Posted on: 02 May 2013



OUR NEW BOOK CLUB MEMBER
SO MISS HAS A NEW DOG CALLED BERTHA AND SHE IS JOINING BC WOOF WOOF
Posted on: 26 Apr 2013



T'SUP???
OKAY SO WE ARE GONNA READ A GREYHOUND OF A GIRL LOOKS GOOD GUYSSS ;)
Posted on: 26 Apr 2013



The Shadowing So Far!
In today's book club we have been busy updating our web page and talking about Marcus Sedgwick's Midwinterblood. Next week we are going to start reading Greyhound Of A Girl by Roddy Doyle!
Posted on: 25 Apr 2013



HAPPY THURSDAY!!!
It's BOOK CLUB DAY!!!!! Howdy.
Posted on: 25 Apr 2013



MIDWINTERBLOG
I love the seven lives, where two people live repeatedly in different time periods, who are connected in different ways, with different kinds of luuurve.
Posted on: 25 Apr 2013



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