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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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15
Jun

Jade's Review of OSMUW

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Atomic: Jade Age: 14 One Seriously Messed Up Week In the Otherwise Mundane & Uneventful Life of Jack Samsonite was a funny book. It had a unique point of view and had interesting characters and story lines, and it was relatable to teenagers. Overall it was a very good funny book! :D x […]

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15
Jun

One Seriously Messed-Up Week Reviews from the Atomics

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This month our Atomics book is One Seriously Messed-Up Week (in the Otherwise Mundane and Uneventful Life of Jack Samsonite) by Tom Clempson. Our reviewers have laughed and cried along with the hilarious exploits of Jack Samsonite – click on their names below to see what they thought! Alice, age […]

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10
Jun

Dragon's Oath Teaser 2

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It's time for another teaser from the new House of Night Novella, Dragon's Oath, by P.C. and Kristin Cast! We can't decide if we're being horribly cruel or amazingly generous in letting you see these…but there's not too long to wait now as the novella is out on 12th July! […]

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7
Jun

Acquisitions: New Kelley Armstrong & Melissa Marr series

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Two of our favourite paranormal authors, Kelley Armstrong and Melissa Marr, have just announced a brand new series for 9-12 year olds (though we imagine all their fans will love it!). The fantastically-named Blackwell Pages Trilogy will be drawing on the legends of the Norse gods. More from the press […]

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7
Jun

Tom Clempson reads One Seriously Messed-Up Week

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We came across Tom Clempson 'tidying up' his children's bedroom and convinced him to read us a story…from One Seriously Messed-Up Week of course!

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