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Boroughmuir High School
Edinburgh,

My Sister Lives on the Mantelpiece
A sorrowful and poignant book xoxox
Posted on: 10 May 2012



My name is MIna
This is an interesting book, very cleverly written and not really like anything I've read before. It's written in a way that makes it seem as if you're reading the words just as Mina is writing them. because it's done in diary style, you see everything that is going on through the eyes of Mina, who has her own opinions on lots of things and is very strongwilled. This is an excellent book and I would thoroughly recommend it to anyone! - Maya Conway
Posted on: 03 May 2012





Posted on: 01 Jun 2010



Facts and figures ... what?? It was the German words that needed the glossary at the back!
Hiya, I am currently reading the Vanishing of Katharina Linden. So far I have found it quite hard to read because of its constant facts and figures but now that the plot has become much more interesting I have become more engrossed in the novel. Sarah
Posted on: 01 Jun 2010



Confused? you will be ...
I have started reading Terry Pratchett's book Nation. It started off very confusing because it introduced a character Imo who created the nation. It then switched to the human world & the characters were boarding a ship. They sailed but were hit by a tsunami and crashed. After that it travels to the boys' island where we meet the main character. All this character changing is very confusing but if you continue on it becomes clear. Anna
Posted on: 01 Jun 2010



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