Two-Hundred Steps Home Volume One

Rated 4.40/5 based on 5 reviews
Claire's life revolves around Starbucks, stilettos and her career. Until her boss decrees she must visit every British YHA hostel as part of a marketing campaign. More used to five-star spa resorts than 'flea-infested hostels' Claire only takes the assignment to fund a much-needed vacation to the Maldives.

'Two-Hundred Steps Home Vol 1' contains 31 instalments of the daily blog by WriterMummy More
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About Amanda Martin

Amanda Martin was born in Hertfordshire, England. After graduating with first class honours from Leeds University she wandered around the world trying to find her place in it. She tried various roles, in England and New Zealand, including Bar Manager, Marketing Manager, Consultant and Artist before deciding that WriterMummy summed her up best. She lives in Northamptonshire with her husband, two children and labradoodle Kara. She can mostly be found at http://writermummy.wordpress.com

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wendy bravard reviewed on July 5, 2014

Well written and enjoyable read. It kept me hooked for more. I read all 12 in this series
(review of free book)
James Hall reviewed on Sep. 27, 2013

I'll try to keep my excitement to a minimum and post only one review.

This first installment of Claire's adventures was filled with humor, terrible luck, and misfortune. The author has a strong capacity for writing, masterful control over dialog, monologue, and details. The story is immediately interesting. It was a nice and peaceful read. I got a lot of good laughs, and I felt it had several interesting and realistic characters in it. I would and probably will follow more of Claire's adventures.

My main criticism is the plot of the story doesn't seem to shift enough. It comes on fast, and then flat-lines until the last few chapters. it is non-climatic. This could be the series-writing style approach or simply the length of the piece. This lack of moving suspense may also be just a personal preference.

I'm also anxious to check out her Dragon Wraiths, because that is much more my field of expertise and interest. So, expect to hear another review from James!
(review of free book)
Dennis Foxon reviewed on May 10, 2013

In this first episode Claire develops from a rather selfish and decidedly unaware woman into someone who is beginning a journey to self awareness.

The settings are a delight to anyone familiar with the hostels and the countryside around them.

I enjoyed the humour as well. Well worth reading/
(review of free book)
Dennis Foxon reviewed on May 10, 2013

In this first episode Claire develops from a rather selfish and decidedly unaware woman into someone who is beginning a journey to self awareness.

The settings are a delight to anyone familiar with the hostels and the countryside around them.

I enjoyed the humour as well. Well worth reading/
(review of free book)
Dennis Foxon reviewed on May 10, 2013
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In this first episode Claire develops from a rather selfish and decidedly unaware woman into someone who is beginning a journey to self awareness.

The settings are a delight to anyone familiar with the hostels and the countryside around them.

I enjoyed the humour as well. Well worth reading/
(review of free book)
Angela Arroliga reviewed on March 6, 2013

Fun read, likable character, nice venues
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