Posts tagged Fledgling
Fledgling Review: Demon Headmaster: Total Control by Gillian Cross

I didn’t think I would, but I loved The Demon Headmaster: Total control

Lizzie, the troublemaker, acts like any other girl quiet and shy at times but all together a big bundle of fun.

Tyler, the mechanical magician, helps the group in an extraordinary yet peculiar way.

Angelika, the coffee stall owner, again finds a way to save the school in an accidental but crazy way.  

Last but not least Ethan, the brains, the thinker, the smart one, thinks up strange ideas that end up being spectacular and extremely inventive.

 I think that any mystery lover should read this book as I couldn’t put it down!

Review by Rosie

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Fledgling Review: Chase by Linwood Barclay

If this was the shortest review in the world I would just say 'I loved it, you should just buy it'. But it isn't. The book was amazing. The characters were so funny. If I met one of these characters I would straight away become friends with them. Chase was so unique in a brilliant way.

 The book is about a boy (Jeffery) and a dog (Chipper) who find each other while running away. Later Jeffery finds out the dog is special. He hides it from his aunt who does not like dogs. Find out what happens in the rest of the book, Chase.

 This book was amazing, but a little slow start. There wasn't much description. I would recommend it to ages 9 and over for there is a couple of bits of quite mild bad language. 

 It's funny, thrilling and an adventurous book. What's not to like? It is no ordinary book. It is a book that stands out and practically glows. If you haven't read this yet you aren't alive. Beg your parents for this. You can't miss this book. Whatever you do, don't doubt it! 

Review by Albie

 

 

Fledgling Review: Rose Campion and the Curse of the Doomstone by Lyn Gardner

When a precious stone rumoured to be cursed is stolen, Rose and her friends are on the case.  And when one of Rose’s friends is framed, they know they have to work hard to solve the mystery.  But with so many people acting suspiciously, who could have done it?  The gripping second novel in the Rose Campion series, the Curse of the Doomstone has a brilliant plot with a surprising twist at the end.

Review by Edie

Fledgling review: Me and Mr P by Maria Farrar
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Football crazy boy, Arthur, has an annoying little brother called Liam.
He wishes he had a ordinary brother but no, he's ended up with Liam.  But to make Arthur's life even more crazy, a chocolate ice cream loving POLAR BEAR ends up on his doorstep! The funniest football photo competition is almost upon them, Arthur wishes he could enter…

From ladders to topsy turvy words, Maria Farrer decorates her writing like a drawing.  I think this book is funny and entertaining so if you like Polar Bears, chocolate ice cream and football this is the book for you.

Review by Sine