dawnie61

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  • Safiah's Smile on May 04, 2010
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    I enjoyed this book, it explores the difficulties a teenager has with the loss of her best friends mother in 9/11 & her brother & his best friend enlistening in the army. She meets a muslim girl at university and the difficulties of acceptance that she experiences. A quick read on a sunny afternoon. I had not realised before downloading that it was written by a teenager, but I enjoyed it anyway, its certainly not childish.
  • Change of Heart on May 25, 2010
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    I enjoyed the book, but I certainly didnt shed a tear, its just a very predictable love story. But thats not to say I didnt like it, but not a great depth to the story at all.
  • Three Year Old Slave Girl on June 05, 2010
    star
    I think I am missing something here, theres no meat on the bones at all, its a very short story & I thought it was awful. She walks out of several homes, is treated like a home help each time with no real details. Meets a guy & lives happily ever after, all in about 6 pages. Sorry, I just cannot recommend this one.
  • Sentence of Marriage (Promises to Keep: Book 1) on June 30, 2010
    star star star star star
    What can I say that has not already been said. I loved this book, I feel like Amy is a friend & the author writes so well, I can visualise the scenes. I too have bought all the other books & am 2/3 of my way through the next book in the series
  • Mud and Gold (Promises to Keep: Book 2) on July 01, 2010
    star star star star star
    I have just finished the second book & I just love this series. The relationship between Lizzie & Frank is so close & at last Amy has found some strength. Onto the next book now, can't wait.
  • Surviving the Fog on Sep. 19, 2010
    star star star star star
    Oh I so enjoyed this book, you got to know the characters & their flaws, leadership etc. Highly recommend it, found myself wanting to keep reading to find out more.