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Jun

Hope's Review of OSMUW

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Atomic: Hope Age: 16  One Seriously Messed-Up Week I would say is a book for boys, well I found it funny, to a point, I found its repetitious humour about his ‘boy problems’ a bit tiresome at times. It is not going to be a book loved by everyone, meaning […]

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15
Jun

Alice's Review of OSMUW

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Atomic: Alice Age: 17 I almost have no words for this book. It has to be the strangest, most peculiar book I have ever read. I go to all-girls school so I don't know if it is an accurate representation of boys in a mixed school but if it is…WOW. […]

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15
Jun

Jamie-Leigh's Review of OSMUW

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Atomic: Jamie-Leigh Age: 16 One Seriously Messed-Up Week is probably the funniest book I have ever read. From the very first page you are laughing and continue laughing for the rest of the book. This book is about a 15 year old boy who faces the difficulties of growing up […]

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15
Jun

Kachina's Review of OSMUW

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Atomic: Kachina Age: 15 From the beginning of the book it has you hooked on its witty writing style, and that’s only from the introduction. Jack's top 3 aims in the blurb gets you interested it what madness he could get himself in just by those 3 things. You will definitely find […]

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15
Jun

Lauren's OSMUW Review

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Atomic: Lauren Age: 16   The book One Seriously Messed-Up Week by Tom Clempson I thought was definitely more for boys than girls; however I still found it immensely enjoyable. I loved the idea of the book mark! [NOTE FROM TEAM ATOM – if you want to see Tom’s bookmarks […]

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15
Jun

Rhys' Review of OSMUW

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Atomic: Rhys Age: 15 Introducing: Jack Samsonite, a nearly-16 British teenager. His mission: to pass his GCSEs, pull the girl of his dreams, and not get beaten up. Wish him luck. Diary-style novels are always hard to review. Always. It's very hard to comment on a diary, for me at […]

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15
Jun

Saaraa's Review of OSMUW

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Atomic: Saaraa Age: 14 I didn’t enjoy this book all that much, it felt like it just kept dragging on and on, a lot of the parts of the story were quite unnecessary. I would only recommend this to people who like stories that are written in the form a […]

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15
Jun

Georgia's Review of OSMUW

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Atomic: Georgia Age: 14 One Seriously Messed-Up Week in the Otherwise Mundane and Uneventful Life of Jack Samsonite (a bit of a mouth full that one) is really exciting and funny. Jack is just like any other teenage boy I know. The book is a report that he has to […]

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15
Jun

Ciara's Review of OSMUW

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Atomic: Ciara Age: 14 I would first like to say, in my opinion, THIS BOOK WAS WRITTEN FOR GUYS. I don't mean that girls aren't allowed to read this book, just that as a girl myself some parts of this were reeeeally awkward to be reading . . . ahem. I really […]

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15
Jun

Lauren H's Review of OSMUW

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Atomic: Lauren H Age: 16 From the very first paragraph of reading the book I became immediately offended by the foul language of the author, and by the end of the book this feeling remained, as there does not appear to be a single page in which the author has […]

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