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The Stars at Oktober Bend

Glenda Millard

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Abigail

Norwich School

The first thing I will say is that I don't think that the lack of punctuation worked. I understand . . .
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Miss Cork

Victory Voices

An extremely beautiful, cleverly written story of forgiveness. This book speaks of the light in dark. . .
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Jashandeep

Plashet School

I found it very hard to get into the book and the story was very slow and I found it quite confusing. . .
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Hannah

Woodrush High School

I didn't like this book as much as I liked the other books I've read so far. I didn't like this b. . .
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Lucy

Rossett School

The Stars at Oktober bend was my first Carnegie book and I could only urge myself in reading 10 page. . .
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Keerthi

Plashet School

The Stars at Oktober Bend was a beautiful yet confusing book. It is the story of two separate people. . .
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Miss Rowley

Aston's Avid Readers!

I really enjoyed this book, I finished it feeling very satisfied - despite struggling a bit to begin. . .
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emily

City Academy Norwich

The stars at Oktober Bend is a wonderfuls story. At the end she got a scholarship to an Art School . . .
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Billie-Jo

Chapter and Verse (Thomas Cowley High School), Lincs

This really is an unique book. When I first started reading it I thought that it would be just anoth. . .
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Eloise

Carshalton High School for Girls

The stars at Oktober bend is certainly an unusual book, half being written in poetry and with NO cap. . .
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