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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars A Dee-light!
Reading 'Pompomberry House' by Rosen Trevithick has assured me that 'Seesaw' was no one-off. This author can write! When you relax reading a book, it's because you know you are in safe hands. Well, you're in safe hands here.

As an independent author myself, I was delighted and amused by Kindle, forum, and other author references dotted throughout the book...
Published 22 months ago by Jonnyboy (Jonathan)

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3.0 out of 5 stars Don't judge this author's work by this
So this is supposed to be a satire. Sorry Rosen I don't think you pulled it off.
I thought that you tackled the emotional relationship between Dee and her estranged husband with your usual aplomb and managed to create some of the atmosphere of Agatha Christie's Ten Little Nigg... at Pompomberry House but the overall impression of this book is just plain silly...
Published 19 months ago by Miss K. Frost


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2 of 5 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Don't miss this!!!, 19 Aug 2012
This review is from: Pompomberry House (Kindle Edition)
After reading the wonderful literary smorgasbord that is Seesaw, gluttony aside, I was ready for another portion of Rosen Trevithick's writing. Pompomberry House was on the horizon and I was counting the days down to its release knowing that this was a full-on novel that I could gorge myself on.

As with all of Trevithick's writing the devil is in the detail, whether it be the minutiae of a character's facial features, their attire or their surroundings. Everything is perfectly crafted and underpinned with her trademark razor-sharp and intelligent humour that few of her peers can equal.

Rosen Trevithick is still a relatively new and young writer, her writing has matured noticeably in barely two years and Pompomberry House is testament that she has the talent to become a household name.
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starts off very well,then you hit the fall asleep section,of to a good start again,then you hit the menu button on the kindle and choose another book.Some parts of the book are gripping,then its like the author thought i'll add a few more pages,and we get sleepy time again.
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