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Harry Potter and the Half-blood Prince: Adult Edit&hellip by J. K. Rowling
1 of 2 people found the following review helpful
Harry Potter's 6th year at Hogwarts school is about to begin. Little does he know this year will be more challenging, exiting, tense and sinister; what with hand scribbled-in potion books that give him amazing grades, going back to Voldemort's past for ways to defeat him, being the new Griffindor Quidditch captain and trying to suss what Malfoy's doing is more than enough to be thinking about all year...
Definately a must-read if you are familiar with the series. Recommended that if you're not so familiar then don't spoil it! Read the other books first before you read this one.
Definately worth it!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
The Frog Princess by E. D. Baker
The Frog Princess by E. D. Baker
1 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Utterly Fabulous!!!!, 13 July 2005
Princess Emeralda is not your exact vision of a princess. She is not very pretty and is so clumsy she even trips over her own two feet! On the day she finds out she is to wed the snobby Prince Jorge, she escapes to the swamp, where she meets a Frog. He asks her to kiss him, but she says "no!" as you would expect. But little does she know that when she kisses the frog that her life will be turned upside down...
An original tale that will make you laugh, and make you feel sad, this is a good read and will never fail to delight people of all ages.
Naughtiest Girl Collection by Enid Blyton
4 of 7 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Not bad. . ., 10 July 2005
'The Naughtiest Girl Collection' I think is more aimed at younger readers aged 7, maybe. It had a good plot; but again it would be more suited to younger readers because it would probably seem more sinister.
At the end of the day it gave a satisfying read and deserves 3*.