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After The Fire
In After The Fire we follow the story of Moonbeam, a Sister in The Lord's Legion compound. we follow her as she recovers from the horrors that she faced and as he gets used to the world outside the compound. As we progress we learn of the day to day activities of the Legionnaires and what led to the assault by S.W.A.T, ATF and the police. If it is unsuccessful, perhaps the only way to escape the darkness is to light a fire.
Posted on: 25 May 2018

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I weally liked this book. It was vewy funny and it was vewy well wwitten. I appweciate the humouw. I would pwobably wecommend this stowy to my bwothew because of the jokes and stowy line howevew he wouldn't appweciate the satiwe. This is a weally gweat stowy that is gweat fow any ages. Five staws - Pippa (Notice how I changed the letter 'r' for 'w' like Fidge's sister Minne does in the book)
Posted on: 25 May 2018

Wed Wabbit Review
I have recently read this book and I really enjoyed it. I loved the humour and the satire in this book which has been cleverly interwoven within more serious pressing issues. Overall, this book is a great book with a lot greater meaning just waiting to be explored.
Posted on: 18 May 2018

Hello Internet! We are Wootton Park School's Carnegie Book Club. We meet every Friday to read and review books! Our club reads each book listed for the Carnegie Book Award at our own speed and when we have completed them all, we meet again to decide which book we would crown the victor. The real winner of the prize is then disclosed, where we see who was correct. Last year's winner Salt To The Sea was expected by most, but some of us instead nominated Philip Reeve's Railhead. We are excited to read this year's fresh bunch! -Pippa and Frankie from Wootton Park School:)
Posted on: 11 May 2018