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Woodroffe 2019
Lyme Regis, Dorset
Group status: Our first reviews are in! Check them out below!

Rebound by Megan
'Rebound' offers an original approach to an unoriginal story. The verse form allows Charlie to find his own voice and expression amidst his grief, and . . .
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Bone Talk by Oliver
Overall, this book was pretty enjoyable. I enjoyed reading about the Philippines and the struggles that Samkad goes through. I liked the way we saw th . . .
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Long Way Down by Lucy
I thought that overall this book was a very interesting read. I liked the way it was written in verse form because I think that added some more depth . . .
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Long Way Down by Sophie
I really liked the themes of Long Way Down - about loss and grief and how different communities/ people question revenge. The verse form was unique, I . . .
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A Skinful of Shadows by Alex
A Skinful of Shadows starts differently to how it develops later on in the story, it begins in a heavily Protestant town with highly religious views, . . .
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The Poet X by Ben
This isn't the kind of book I normally read, but I really enjoyed reading this. I was drawn into the way the writer 'painted' with verse - in many way . . .
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The Poet X by Charlotte
This book is mediocre. I enjoyed reading it, but found it a very short read and not challenging at all. It is written in verse, which makes the writin . . .
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Things A Bright Girl Can Do by Lucie
"Things a bright girl can do" is the most realistic representation of the struggles women must have gone through, not only showing the difficulties of . . .
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The Poet X by Sophie
I really liked Poet X, but it followed the formula of every other teen fiction book: a relatable teenage character, family issues, a problem and a rom . . .
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The House with Chicken Legs by OLIVER
I read this book expecting a light hearted childrens novel, and, honestly, this book surpassed my expectations. I thoroughly enjoyed reading this book . . .
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Things A Bright Girl Can Do by Megan
'Things A Bright Girl Can Do' offers a refreshing insight into the lives of three girls on the cusp of adulthood in the early 20th century. The reader . . .
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The House with Chicken Legs by Imogen
I really liked The House With Chicken Legs because it was an interesting spin on the traditional Russian Folk Story, Baba-Yaga. In Russian Folk Lor . . .
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The Poet X by Tilly
The Poet X was a very relatable book. Xiomara was a good voice in the story and, by the end of the book, I felt like I knew her well. I think that thi . . .
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Rebound by Cameron
In my opinion, Rebound was an enticing book that, although it was written in verse format, was still a book that was filled with many moments that sum . . .
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Long Way Down by Alex
I really enjoyed this book, it had a simple idea that was carried out extremely well, the poetry writing style was very effective and used in a way th . . .
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The Woodroffe School Book Club
Lyme Regis, Dorset
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Title: His Dark Materials: Book 1 Northern Lights
Author: Philip Pullman
Winning Year: 1995

When Lyra's friend Roger disappears, she and her daemon, Pantalaimon, are determined to find him. The ensuing quest leads them to the bleak splendour of the North, where armoured bears rule the ice, witch-queens fly through the frozen skies and a team of