Yes, a really engaging story with great naration
The Street Sweeper
No, I enjoyed it in several chapter pieces
maybe, but I rarely read the same book more than once, unless they are part of a series
the characters, really well developed and I identified with their struggles
the cafe in Alaska, I could almost taste the food
The pain of the past defines our future
I haven't read the print version, but this version was a bit of fun
Probably not, it reminded me that I'm really not a Jane Austin fan (even with Zombies)
The dead are back, and they haven't brought their manners!
Jacqueline Wilson delivers again, in an imaginative way
I loved not having to learn about a new character again, with just enough recap to remember the last book without it being a rehash
Sapphire/Hetty, she pulls off petulant girl very well!
No, just an enjoyable ride
I like to stay abreast of what my kids are reading, and never cease to be amazed at the quality of what is being written for this age group now - far better than a lot of the rubbish I was served as a child! This is a well crafted and well executed novel, and the narrator does a great job conveying all the myriad emotions in the story.
Catnis, everything I wish I had been at her age, smart, loyal and logical
When the games ended, and how Catnis concludes them (no spoiler here!)
Dont do it! The film was rubbish.
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