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The Stars at Oktober Bend

Glenda Millard

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Lois

Fortismere

While I really liked how this book started off, I was quickly confused. Alice's writing is very har. . .
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Lucy

St Helen and St Katharine

Alice is fifteen, with hair as red as fire and skin as pale as bone, but something inside her is bro. . .
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Bella

Malbank

I found this book to have an appropriate pace, which made the story easy to read. The plot was gripp. . .
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Zoe

Impington Village College

The Stars of Oktober Bend is a beautiful book about overcoming differences and gaining courage in fa. . .
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Freya

Impington Village College

This book intrigued me. I felt excited, firstly because of the German spelling of the word October. . . .
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James

Aldridge School

I think this book was okay but I found it quite depressing with the event that occurred at the begin. . .
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Lin-ay

St John Fisher RC High School

I really enjoyed this book. I found it a little hard to understand at first because of the lack of c. . .
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Paige

St Augustines Catholic College

The Stars at Oktober bend is a tragic tale of a girl, Alice, who gets attacked. The attack leaves he. . .
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Nikita

St Edmund`s College

This book is about a girl named Alice who is struggling with life, as she has a brain injury due to . . .
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Agata

Broadoak Maths and Computing College, North Somerset

The Stars at Oktober Bend isn`t a book I would choose to read therefore I`m glad that I`ve had the o. . .
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