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Colyton Grammar School
Coylton,
Group status: Holding our voting party today, Tuesday 12 June 2018

The 2018 shadowing group

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Mrs Burns-Price

After the Fire by Sophie
I really enjoyed After The Fire and found it hard to put it down. I really liked the plot and was always surprised by what happened next and the endin . . .
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Where the World Ends by Sophie
Where the World Ends starts off quite slow but soon picks up and makes you want to read on to see whether the Fowlers will survive on the stac. At fir . . .
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Rook by Sophie
Rook's plot is interesting as the main character goes through hard things like bullying and rejection. I like that these topics are covered because it . . .
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Where the World Ends by Beth
This book was very hard to get into. I think that it should have been a lot shorter because it got quite boring after a while. However, the end was ve . . .
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The Hate U Give by Orlaigh
Starr was involved in a race-related police shooting that she speaks out about. Most of the characters are believable and you feel attached to them. T . . .
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Rook by Anna
There is no plot. Of the characters - Nick is cowardly and stupid, whilst Ken is irritating. The book has no style. I did not enjoy it! . . .
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Release by Orlaigh
The author does not tie up all loose ends, although it is set on one day. I think it would be good to do a sequel to know what will happen. I think t . . .
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Beyond the Bright Sea by Freya
The story develops from being a book about finding yourself, into a book about being happy with yourself very well. You get to know the characters an . . .
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Saint Death by Orlaigh
I personally didn't enjoy this book. I didn't become emotionally involved and was not excited by it. The characters are very one-sided and I found . . .
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Beyond the Bright Sea by Beth
This book didn't look that good, but was actually amazing! It had a really good storyline and a good mystery which you could solve yourself. It al . . .
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Release by Daniel
CHARACTERISATION: The characters are very life-like and believable and have made me see the world from their point of view. You really get to know Ad . . .
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Saint Death by Sophie
Saint Death is a very graphic book with lots of violence. I thought it was clever how the first chapter only made sense once you'd finished the book. . . .
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Saint Death by Beth
Although this was quite a good book, I think that it could have a slightly different plot because I thought that it was quite selfish of Faustino to a . . .
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Wed Wabbit by Daniel
PLOT: A 10-year-old girl named Fidge and her over-sensitive cousin Graham are transported to a magical land full of colourful dustbin-shaped creature . . .
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Wed Wabbit by Beth
I LOVED this book. It was a bit hard to get into but then it was a great book. It was cool that it referenced to the past bits in the book and it had . . .
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The Hate U Give by Beth
I really liked this book - it had a great story line but had references to real life. It was exciting reading a lot of bits but it was quite sad knowi . . .
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After the Fire by Beth
I quite liked this book - it had a really interesting plot to it with lots of twists and problems. However it took a while to get into and I think it . . .
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Saint Death by Freya
I found the plot uninteresting and it seemed much more based on religion than I thought it would from the blurb. I didn't get attached to any charact . . .
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The Hate U Give by Sophie
By the end the main character doesn't get her way, but somehow it is still a good ending because she knows she will never give up. The characters are . . .
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Where the World Ends by Sophie
The book ends well because the end is hopeful. It has made me think about how I would cope with anything in the book. I felt almost like it was me str . . .
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Release by Sophie
The plot of Release is good, however I wanted more of an explanation on the spirit and Queen and how the queen was related to the main plot. I wanted . . .
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Wed Wabbit by Sophie
The plot of Wed Wabbit was good but I could guess what was going to happen, although I did want to read on and find out anyway. I didn't like the mai . . .
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Wed Wabbit by Freya
Graham and Fidge seem too mature for their age, but apart from that the characters are imaginative and you get to know them well. The author either t . . .
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After the Fire by Freya
As the book continued my understanding of Moonbeam, the Base and the day of the fire changed and I kept on wanting to know what the next 'Before' chap . . .
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Rook by Beth
This book surprised me as I thought I wouldn't like it; the front cover was very off-putting. I thought the plot was ok/good but I think that there sh . . .
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Release by Beth
I really liked this book. It had a good story plot and it made me want to read it whenever possible. I got a bit confused with the spirit/Queen bit bu . . .
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Beaminster School
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Exmouth, Devon
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Title: A Gathering Light
Author: Jennifer Donnelly
Winning Year: 2003

This is a moving and unforgettable story of life in the Adirondack Mountains, in upstate New York at the turn of the 20th Century. The central character, Mattie, struggles to choose between family duty and her burning desire for education and a better lif
 

 

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