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Big Fish by Daniel Wallace
Big Fish by Daniel Wallace
2 of 3 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars Unsure, 23 Oct 2004
I made the mistake of reading Big Fish after I had seen and fallen in love with the movie. Although I'm sure I would have loved the book had I not seen the film, I was disappointed by many things. The book holds none of the magic and brilliance that fill the movie. The father in the book is not the same as the father on the screen, and anyone who has seen the film would be disappointed by the difference in his character and actions.
The Darkangel (Darkangel Trilogy) by Meredith Ann Pierce
The Darkangel (Darkangel Trilogy) by Meredith Ann Pierce
5 of 7 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Deliciously Magical, 23 Oct 2004
I read the Darkangel after it was recommended to me by many people. I was bored and had nothing to do, so I picked up the book... and never put it down. I finished the whole trilogy in a weekend, and it gave me back my love for reading. With an exciting plot, a strong yet delicate heroine and a whole menagerie of exotic, exciting characters, The Darkangel Trilogy is a story that anyone will fall in love with.
Dog Friday by Hilary McKay
Dog Friday by Hilary McKay
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars The Funniest Book Ever, 23 Oct 2004
Robin Brogan is scared of dogs and when The Robison Family move in next door to him the twins, Perry and Ant, try to cure him of his fear using their faithful and fittingly named dog, Old Blanket. Then Robin finds a dog on the beach and is made to hand it into the police by his mother. With only the eccentric Robinson children (Perry, Ant, their younger brother Sun Dance and little sister Beany) to keep him occupied, Robin has to wait a week before he can find out if he's allowed to keep his dog.
I read Dog Friday first when I was ten, then again when I was 14 and again just last week, and every time I read it, I can't help but laugh. The plot may sound slightly boring from the… Read more

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