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Jennifer O'G

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Helpful votes received on reviews: 60% (9 of 15)
Location: Aylesbury, England
 

Reviews

Top Reviewer Ranking: 385,304 - Total Helpful Votes: 9 of 15
Bounty Hunter by S J Hollis
Bounty Hunter by S J Hollis
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars A Rip Roaring Ride, 6 Sep 2013
Bounty Hunter had been on my to-read list for the longest time, so my expectations were high. Super high. And Bounty Hunter more than exceeded those expectations.

I was drawn in from the very first page, where we meet our protagonist, Kai Koson. A fourteen-year-old witch in a world where witches are bottom of the Christmas card list, his whole life has been about survival. Given that he almost becomes demon fodder within the first chapter and that we quickly learn he has been forced to live life on the run, it is easy to see why Kai might be feeling somewhat adrift. It's hard to make friends when you're moving town every other week. Luckily for him - and for us - Kai soon comes… Read more
Foreign Identity by Becca J. Campbell
Foreign Identity by Becca J. Campbell
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
Disclaimer: I received a free e-book edition of Foreign Identity in exchange for an honest review. Review is of the whole book, but I have tried to keep it free of major spoilers.

I have given the book 3 out of 5 stars on Amazon, but would ideally have given it 3.5.

The premise is a familiar one - two strangers find themselves imprisoned and must work together to escape. However, it is soon clear that the true tale lies in the characters' struggle to recover their identities.

Campbell's characterisation is immediately gripping; she feeds the reader just enough information to allow us to deduce the characters' personalities, so that even if they don't know… Read more
Tell the Wolves I'm Home by Carol Rifka Brunt
Tell the Wolves I'm Home by Carol Rifka Brunt
0 of 3 people found the following review helpful
`Tell the Wolves' is every bit the hauntingly beautiful human story I had been expecting.

The premise is simple: a fourteen year old girl, June Elbus, loses her beloved uncle to AIDS. A renowned but reclusive artist, Finn Weiss had spent his last months painting a portrait of June and her sister, Greta. June soon begins to realise that she didn't know her uncle as well as she'd thought, and so begins an extraordinary journey of discovery.
However, the story itself is much more complex. Soon after Finn's death, June learns that he had a secret boyfriend, Toby. June is fiercely jealous, upset that there is a part of Finn's life she wasn't privy to; to compound her misery, her… Read more

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