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Yeah, this is a weird book and probably deserves another reading. It's quirky and original, and I bought it because one of the reviews said it was a modern day Catcher in the Rye,... Read morePublished 8 months ago by Wendy
I bought this book on a whim - I love children's fiction. I couldn't put it down and read through the night! Read morePublished 14 months ago by Flinty Maguire
David Case is a typical fifteen year old boy going about his day, when he has an epiphany which changes his whole outlook on life and leads him to believe that he is being hunted... Read morePublished on 1 Sep 2012 by Mrs. K. A. Wheatley
I really enjoyed this book. i bought it after my English teacher recommended Meg Rosoff books to me. Read morePublished on 4 April 2012 by sophie
I've read three male teenage 'rites of passage' novels in the last couple of months; four if you count Pigeon English. Read morePublished on 22 Mar 2012 by JohnBrassey
Books purchased for LRC (Library) at school and as far as i am aware are all ok with no problems.Published on 13 Mar 2012 by no
When i first read this book, I didn't really understand it, and didn't really seem to enjoy it... But then 3 years later, I decided to read it again with a fresh mind, and can say... Read morePublished on 26 Feb 2012 by Pointless
3¾ Out of 5
"I can look down across the world and see everything. For instance, I can see you."
David Case is obsessed with Fate, and trying to outwit him/it. Read more
For me the real strong draw of this book was the characters that surround Justin's world from his baby brother, Agnes, the cool girl that helps him change, and Peter, his best... Read morePublished on 9 Nov 2011 by Sisterspooky