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From E to You (Cascades) by Chris D'Lacey
From E to You (Cascades) by Chris D'Lacey
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars An amazing story!, 23 Feb 2003
Normally books written by two people tend to be pretty straightforward. Not from E to you. It's an amazing read with an incredibly complex plot, something rare for a book which only really has two chracters. It focuses on quiet Guy and outgoing Annabelle, and their email relationship. But things aren't as straightforward as it would appear, and the two of them find themselves wrapped up in a mystery that involves a locket under the floorboards, pancakes, and a Shakepearean play.
Confused? Read this and find out!
The Sisterhood of the Travelling Pants by Ann Brashares
The Sisterhood...has to be one of my all-time favourite books, and I've only just finished it! It's about four girls and their seperate plans for the summmer - Carmen, who's hanging with her Dad in South Carolina, Lena - who's going back to her Greek roots, Bridget - who's at soccer camp, and Tibby - who's stuck home. While the plot might sound predictable, it's anything but. Everyone has a different story to tell, and every story - all four - takes far from predictable twists and turns. A scarily addictive book, I love the way that each of the characters is described - you can really relate to everybody, even if you're nothing like them. A damn near perfect book.
Life Is Good ~ LFO (Pop)
Life Is Good ~ LFO (Pop)
0 of 1 people found the following review helpful
LFO are back with Life Is Good, and so it should be - this album is their best to date. From start to finish, every track is catchy and fresh, with a wider range of music than their Backstreet Boys-esque debut. The guest vocals (MOB, DeLa Soul, Kelis) fit in perfectly. Well worth your money (I'd pay any amount for the track Dandelion), this CD has solely restored my faith in the music industry.