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Helpful votes received on reviews: 80% (20 of 25)
Location: Rugby, England
Birthday: 27 Nov
In My Own Words:
I am the author of the Xenitha trilogy, written for both boys and girls (approx 9-12yrs). Into Xenitha - Return to Xenitha - Xenitha: The Finale

My interests are reading, writing, crosswords, knitting, cross stitch, crocheting. I like to have a go at most crafts as I find them relaxing.

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Top Reviewer Ranking: 685,281 - Total Helpful Votes: 20 of 25
The Big Boer Bonanza by A.D. Rose
The Big Boer Bonanza by A.D. Rose
5.0 out of 5 stars The Big Boer Bananza, 20 Sep 2013
This book for me was a relaxing read, one that you could truly lose yourself in at the end of a hectic day. It was not what I was expecting, although I wasn't sure what to expect, I love fantasy books and this one was right up my street.

It has the lovable characters and villains, it has action, humour and romance, a good plot and a couple of surprises.

I thoroughly enjoyed this book and will be keeping my eye out for any future stories from this author.

One other thing is the price. You can buy this book and if its not to your taste then you have not wasted a huge amount of money. Go and give it a try, I'm sure you will enjoy it and its a give away bargain… Read more
Catching Fire by Suzanne Collins
Catching Fire by Suzanne Collins
I started this second book, Catching Fire, straight after finishing The Hunger Games. At first I wasn't too sure where we were going to go with this one, apart from seeing the victors settle into their new homes. But was completely taken aback when I realised that Katniss and Peeta were to be thrown back into the Hunger Games know as the Quarter Quell that occurs every 25 years.
I don't want to give anymore story away, so I'll just say that I read this book faster than the first. I was totally addicted to it. I think it was a brilliant, brilliant follow on from the first book, and I'm now onto the third.
For those still toying with reading these books, do so, you won't regret it.
The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins
The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars The Hunger games, 1 Oct 2012
I read this book out of sheer curiosity after seeing it on promotion in the supermarket where I work, along with the newly released DVD.
I am so glad that I came across this promotion as I have never heard of this trilogy before. The story is completely different to anything else I've read and it was totally compelling. The characters were easy to picture in my mind and I found that I could easily relate to each of them, knowing that the circumstances of their upbringing was what made them what they were. Whether indifferent to the games because they were brought up in the Capital, or sinister and maybe a little over confident about the games because of being born into one of the more… Read more