The Weekends of Sally Virtue. May & June

Rated 5.00/5 based on 17 reviews
Sally Virtue is 10 years old and an only child; living in a small town in Texas. She finds life boring, but looks forward to visiting her gran in Austin to break the monotony of her mundane life.
Fear of spiders is nothing compared to living next door to a murderer.
Let Sally tell you her version of events and exactly what happened. More

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Fratboy reviewed on Dec. 16, 2015

Great laughs.
A funny book all the was.
(reviewed the day of purchase)
LoraineT reviewed on Oct. 30, 2015

Very funny all the way.
Great book if you need a laugh.
(reviewed the day of purchase)
Vito Veii reviewed on Sep. 13, 2015

The author took took me by surprise. I thought I was going to be in for some torture, but I was wrong! This is a very funny book, with a couple of twists thrown in. Had me smiling through the book.
(reviewed the day of purchase)
KarenLRowel reviewed on Sep. 2, 2015

I don't usually read humour but thought I'd grab this because it was highly rated and didn't cost much.
I spent my money well. This is very funny right from the beginning. It's about a ten year old girl who has a normal existence but what happens to her made me laugh all the time.
A very well told story, by Sally of course. :)
(reviewed the day of purchase)
C. Bryce reviewed on Aug. 4, 2015

Oh this is so funny. I don't usually read humour but after reading the reviews I became curious. The reviews are well deserved and I don't know how the author can write with such diversity, very talented.
(reviewed the day of purchase)
Britanny Lowden reviewed on Aug. 4, 2015

What a laugh. I admit laughing from start to finish with this little book.
Sometimes this is what we need.
(reviewed the day of purchase)
Stanley Willow reviewed on July 23, 2015

This story made me laugh. Poor kid, I don't think the spider was her fault but she did reap the benefits. The incident on the bus? Well I guess that was her fault but I don't blame her for what she did. The golf course? Accidents do happen. The murderer next door? I would have thought the same thing.
A good laugh all the way through this book.
(reviewed the day of purchase)
Kevin Lokten reviewed on July 4, 2015

This story was very funny all the way through.
It's told by a ten year old girl which made it funnier.
I did laugh out loud quite a lot and found it a good book that cheered me up. If your in need of a good laugh then this is the book to get. A very cheap price.
(reviewed the day of purchase)
Bess Torman reviewed on June 1, 2015

This is a very funny story. I finished it about ten minutes ago and still laugh when I think about some of the incidents that happened to Sally. The spider weekend was hilarious as was the school bus. Learning to play golf reminded me a little of my own experiences when I was a teenager, something similar but not the same, thank God.
A good story from beginning to end.
(reviewed the day of purchase)
Samantha Kirk reviewed on May 26, 2015

Sally gets into all sorts of trouble and it's not just on weekends. She can't even come home on the school bus without something happening.
Church is something else.
A morning learning to play golf with her dad made me laugh so much and the murderer living next door.
Another of Linda's stories that made me laugh from start to finish.
Very funny.
(reviewed the day of purchase)

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