S1 Book Group (S1 Novelties)

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S1 & S2
Wednesday lunchtimes starting in September
1.20 – 1.40pm

• An S1/S2 book club will run in the library on Wednesday lunchtimes.

• Take part in book challenges, read and discuss books.

• The book club is a great way to make new friends and share thoughts on your favourite books.

• New members are always welcome.

 

The Novelties Twitter Style Book Reviews

 

@KatherineSimpsonEA

Another Me by Cathy MacPhail Book Review!

Another Me is an amazing book full of drama, horror and twists. Fay is a very realistic character and when I read this book, I felt like I was there with her. Amazing book in general!! ♥♥

@MarcusHubyEA The Da Vinci Code

This book is about the Harvard symbologist Robert Langdon & the dashing Italian scientist, Vittoria Vetra. After Vittoria’s dad was brutally murdered, an unexplainable mystery begins to unfold. A war between the Catholic church & the Illuminati Brotherhood. A thrilling read 

@KirstyAndersonEA

Oliver Twist by Charles Dickens

Definitely one of Charles Dickens best stories! Would really recommend it to anyone who loves historical stories and action. Please sir, I want some more. J

@LewisMcCaffertyEA

While The Others Sleep

The book is about a boy called Alfie who is sent to an asylum to get better because he can’t sleep. A gripping story with a twist in the tale.

@MeganEdwardsEA

Out of the Depths, By Cathy Macphail

Good read and a tad mysterious, for ages around 10 or over. A gripping adventure with ghosts, an old school and a murder. Amazingly written.

@HollieStevensonEA

Roxy’s Baby by Cathy Macphail

This is a great book and it is about a girl who gets pregnant at a  party and she has to figure out what to do when she moves to London and lives with the evil Dyches.

 

@Chloe ReidEA

 

A Medal for Leroy Michael Morpurgo

I really enjoyed this book.

It is about WW2. The main plot of the book is about a young boy called Michael. His father had died at war. He was learning about his grandfather Leroy’s past and how he didn’t get a medal for bravery in WW1 because he was black.

 

@Megan GillonEA

The Ministry of Pandemonium

Strange, but very interesting!

I would recommend this book to someone who can enjoy strange happenings. One day, Ben tells a story in class, a true story and after the told it, he could see the characters from the true story saying stuff to him. No one else heard the voices except the girl!