D. Graham

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Helpful votes received on reviews: 94% (111 of 118)
Location: Scotland
 

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Top Reviewer Ranking: 161,714 - Total Helpful Votes: 111 of 118
Pedigree Mum by Fiona Gibson
Pedigree Mum by Fiona Gibson
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Doggie-Delights!, 3 Mar 2013
I really enjoyed Fiona's latest page-turner, with a 'pooch' theme! It was so easy to get into, and I couldn't put it down, so it's just as well I had flu because I had an excuse to take to my bed and read ALL day :-)
I love her style of short sharp chapters,great characters, honesty with humour, different threads within the one storyline.
I loved Kerry's character (I tried to teach piano for a couple of years....enough said)but all my sympathy went to Rob! He was tricked, and had to live with the enormous consequences.
I too didn't anticipate the way it would finish but that's just made me carry on thinking of the story in my own head how I think it might continue......isn't… Read more
Ed Sheeran A+ - The Unauthorised Biography by David Nolan
5 of 6 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Excellent read!, 26 Oct 2012
Book arrived a week or so earlier than I was expecting. Makes a nice change, didn't realise it was hardback either. Quite a "serious" book about Ed, rather than a straight "fan" type affair. The author has tracked down Ed's music teacher, the guy who taught him looping, people who were at his first ever gigs, even the guy from the Krypton Factor who turns out to be Ed's cousin! Very up to date and nice photos. Great.
The Great Escape by Fiona Gibson
The Great Escape by Fiona Gibson
82 of 84 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Fabulous read!, 26 Feb 2012
Once I started this book, I was glued to it, keen to get to know the characters and see where the story went.
My only problem was finding a quiet place where my family couldn't find me so I could actually get the peace to read more than a chapter! Gibson obviously knows what it is like to juggle family and work life with 'me-time',and the guilt/stresses that go along with this!
This was a very funny and touching read which is so honest and true to life. Gibson seems acutley aware of village life, and the characters and complexities that come with it.
I identified most with Sadie, one of her main characters. She is a new mum to twins. Her account of her is perfect - she is… Read more

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