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Quote of the week: The journey of a lifetime starts with the turning of a page

Sophie & Megan

After the Fire by Megan
I really enjoyed reading this book as it was interesting and exciting. I learnt about a topic that I hadn't read about before and I found it very eye . . .
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Rook by Niamh
This book was a lovely, easy read, perfect for a day in the sunshine. The story was light hearted but still had a relatively serious undertone, Nicky . . .
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After the Fire by Paul
Hard to put down. Intriguing and exciting. Makes us question many things and look at things from a different angle. Also makes you genuinely care abou . . .
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Rook by alex
rook was a interesting story on how life is a bumpy road on your journey. the main character is Nicky with a younger brother called Kenny. on a walk t . . .
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Saint Death by Mr Watts
Very well written. The book gives an insight to a world we often donít want to recognise but we know is there. It covers exploitation, greed and an un . . .
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Where the World Ends by Paul
A story of survival. The characters and setting come to life. Because this story has elements of reality it really hits home how difficult life (and d . . .
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The Hate U Give by Paul
A powerful and engaging read. A serious relevant and topical story. Itís important to read some books and Carnegie often does this. It can take us to . . .
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Rook by Paul
Sort of Bildungsroman-the growing up of characters is evident. Beautifully written and easy to get involved in character and story . . .
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Wed Wabbit by Paul
This book is a pleasure to read. It has an Alice in Wonderland feel but it is a different book and has a unique feel that enables the reader to get in . . .
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What is your favourite shortlist book?

Where the world ends
wed wabbit
After the fire
The hate u give
Beyond the bright sea
Saint Death