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Friday Meeting
Meeting on Friday, first break as usual. Just started reading Fever Crumb. I'm really enjoying it. I like Fever alot already. Really looking forward to reading Rowan the Strange after reading Leo's review. Mrs Friedli
Posted on: 12 May 2010



Revolver
Revolver was alright, it wasnt my favourite book ever as it was quite dull, the plot was quite fast paced and it had quite an adult theme... there was quite a bit about god and religion so if you are an athiest then take it with a pinch of salt.... the book is set in the arctic and is quite snowy and cold. bye
Posted on: 04 May 2010



Reading over the mayday weekend
so the long weekend has just passed, and it rained basically all weekend so it was the perfect time to read some books for the carnegie. i started with revolver. this was really well written and you got a good sense of what the charectors were feeling, but the only thing i disliked about this book is how fast paced it was i would have prefered it if the author had slowed down the pace one minute you'd stated it the next the book was finished. after that i read rown the strange. the front cover is quite 'different' to say the least, and as i started to read this at esporta a health and fitness club i got quite a few strange looks from passers by. this book was brillantly written and i cldn't put it it down. it was very well written and you felt as if you were living the story. it is slightly predictable, but still very sad and moving overall i liked rowan the strange better than revolver, as it was better written. also ito add i got the first comment this year!!!! and i hope to read more this weekend when i have the time as some of the U4 are going to normandy (about 24hrs worth of travelling!) so imiss the next meeting. i hope someone else posts something too until next time i post xoxox nat
Posted on: 04 May 2010





Posted on: 02 Jun 2009



The Knife of Never letting Go
Hi . I think that with all of the carnegie books people are finding hard to get into them but everyone who carries on dosn't seem to regret it and end up really enjoying them. i think you should carrie on as you will regret it if you don't. If you are really confused you could start from the part where you got lost and see if that helps. Charlotte xx
Posted on: 22 May 2009



The knife of never letting go
i really don't understand what is going on and i don't know whether to continue or not. Any advice? Elizabeth
Posted on: 21 May 2009




heya this is Eliza . Whats up . What u reading at the mo ?????
Posted on: 18 May 2009




Hey guys . I think our page is pretty cool .by the way if you want to edit the design you can by clicking on the button saying 'funk up your group reading page'. Bye
Posted on: 17 May 2009




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Posted on: 17 May 2009




Hey everyone i seem to be chatting a lot o this blog but hey. I have made three videos Please tell me what you think ( my voice sounds really posh !!!) Charlotte xx
Posted on: 16 May 2009




Hi . this is Charlotte and I have read it . Like you I find it quite unbeliveable but it is one of the most hilarious books i have ever read and i just cant resist laughing out loud. !!!! Charlotte xx
Posted on: 16 May 2009




Hi guys . I'm reading cosmic and i'm really enjoying it .If you set aside the unlikely ness of this happening and focus on the story It's a really funny and enjoyable book !!! Has anyone else read it ?
Posted on: 16 May 2009




Thanks . I think i'm going to read it because it sounds quite interesting.
Posted on: 16 May 2009




Hi . This is Charlotte again answering your question . I think that the knife of never letting go is good because its really different from other books but the begging is quite long and boring but when you get into it it's really exciting and gripping. Good luck Charlotte xx
Posted on: 16 May 2009




How are other people finding the knife of never letinng go ???
Posted on: 16 May 2009




Hi it's Charlotte again. I have just been finishing the last few page of bog child and I absolutly loved it !!! I totally recommend it to all the other carnigie readers . Charlotte xx
Posted on: 16 May 2009




Glad you have gotten into it and its sounds really good. I think that will be the next book that I will read. Is there anything not so good about it ??? Charlotte xx
Posted on: 16 May 2009




Hello,it Eliza again! I am reading creature of the night and have got into it. It takes a while to get into it but its really good. I advise you, don't do what their family are doing !!
Posted on: 15 May 2009




hi there again!(last time i came on i was with charlotte!) i am now going to awnser the question. i am reading creature of the night, it is great! and i am reading the cherub series they are amazing! i am on the second one and want all of them! bye then type to you soon!
Posted on: 15 May 2009




i'm going to spend my life on this blog now so I've got a lot of typing to do !!! Charlotte xx
Posted on: 15 May 2009




yo what you reading at the moment ? I love reading so much it's great. please tell me what crnigie book i should read next charlotte xx
Posted on: 15 May 2009




Hello , It's Charlotte again and I have just re read Cosmic! I love the way that Frank has written the book from a childs point of veiw as that makes it much more interesting for children . I absolutly love this book and I totally recommend it to people of all ages. Whats your favourite book at the moment ??? Byeeee!
Posted on: 15 May 2009




Hi everyone. What books are you reading at the moment??? Me (Charlotte) and Eliza have read Bog Child by Shibbon Dowd. We both really enjoyed it a lot but it's not the kind of book to read at night. I also really recommend Cosmic by Frank Coteral Boyce. Bye everyone !!!!!!!!!!!!!
Posted on: 15 May 2009



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