Ms. J. Clarke

"Jenfar"
(REAL NAME)
 
Helpful votes received on reviews: 83% (144 of 174)
Location: UK
Birthday: 16 May
 

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Top Reviewer Ranking: 19,030 - Total Helpful Votes: 144 of 174
As The World Dies Untold Tales Volume 3 by Rhiannon Frater
2 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Spoiler free review!, 8 Jun 2013
I waited very impatiently for this book so was super excited when the author released the ebook early through her website.
(I just ordered the paperback). It was everything I hoped it would be.

Rune's Story : I loved Rune in the trilogy so was very excited to find out more about him from before he turned up at the
fort. This story gave me all that. We discover how he found out about the zombocalypse (get tissues ready) and how he ends
up being in the right place at the right time to help. There's some appearances from much loved characters, but mostly I really enjoyed getting to know Rune better. He has to be one of my favourite characters and even more so… Read more
Nick and Norah's Infinite Playlist by Rachel Cohn
4.0 out of 5 stars Pretty impressed, 20 May 2013
I always try to read the book before I see the film, and I can now see why they picked Kat Dennings to play Norah.
I have yet to watch the film but I can already tell she'll make an awesome Norah, it's like the character was written for her.

I'm a big Rachel Cohn fan, have been since I read "You Know Where to Find Me" which is fantastic and although this is a lot different from that I still really enjoyed it. Also love David Levithan so a book by them both was a dream come true.
I love Nick and Norah, loved the alternating perspective chapters and loved how both authors bring New York to life, the only complaint I have is the book could have been longer!

A… Read more
The Last Little Blue Envelope by Maureen Johnson
The Last Little Blue Envelope by Maureen Johnson
I really enjoyed the 13 Little Blue envelopes and this, it's sequel, was really enjoyable too. Perhaps not
quite as good but still a really good read.

It follows on from the envelopes being stolen, along with the 13th unread one. Ginny recieves an email from
someone called Oliver who lives in London, saying he has found her letters and wants to return them to her.
She immediately hops on a plane back to England, to pick up where she left off. But it's not that simple.
Things have changed, people have moved on and Oliver's motives are not all they innitially appear to be.

Queue another exciting, spontaneous trip full of surprises around Europe,… Read more

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