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Johara Almogbel

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Average rating: 4.27 · 22 ratings · 17 reviews · 1 distinct work · Similar authors
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4.27 of 5 stars 4.27 avg rating — 22 ratings — published 2014
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The Children of Noisy Village by Astrid Lindgren
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Cute! I was distracted all throughout by how similiar the illustrations looked to Amber Brown.
The Mountain of Adventure by Enid Blyton
The Mountain of Adventure
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read in April, 2015
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Erm... This book. Okay. So. It was interesting? It's the first time anything unpleasant actually occurs to the children of Enid Blyton's story, for one. One of the kids gets slapped at one point. On the other, the girls were slightly whiny, and I did ...more
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They voted for: Yes, I usually read books that were recently released
Asterix in Corsica by René Goscinny
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The Midnight Library by Kazuno Kohara
The Midnight Library
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I wish I had my own midnight library so much.
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Ribblestrop
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read in April, 2015
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I am... I... Er... This book. I am confused. I am so confused. The writing is very decent, and the characters are written well at a certain level, but. I don't know. So much violence happens to children, I just want to scream and shake all the horrib ...more
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“I solemnly swear that I am up to no good.”
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“Mr. Moony presents his compliments to Professor Snape, and begs him to keep his abnormally large nose out of other people's business.
Mr. Prongs agrees with Mr. Moony, and would like to add that Professor Snape is an ugly git.
Mr. Padfoot would like to register his astonishment that an idiot like that ever became a professor.
Mr. Wormtail bids Professor Snape good day, and advises him to wash his hair, the slimeball.”
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“Nitwit! Blubber! Oddment! Tweak!”
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message 11: by Johara

Johara Almogbel Noura wrote: "habibi, i don't know why it made me happy that you're a goodreads author"

It's kinda stupid I am over an ebook but I figured this might be my only chance to be one and took it.


message 10: by Noura

Noura habibi, i don't know why it made me happy that you're a goodreads author


Johara Almogbel Nada wrote: "Johara wrote: "Nada wrote: "WAIT SO YOURE ACTUALLY THE WRITER? NO FUCKING WAY.
I HAVE THE EDITION W FAHAD AL BUTAIRY ON THE COVER.
I READ THE: TOP SAUDI HOMEBREW GAMES 2013 AND NAJDI GAMES FROM YON..."


If you're in Riyadh tell me! I'll figure out how to get it to you. AND OOH YOU WANT TO WRITE? We accept any freelance work! Send me an email at johara@rummancompany.com (I just got hired as a part time editor so I'll help you if you want to write any articles)


message 8: by Nada

Nada Johara wrote: "Nada wrote: "WAIT SO YOURE ACTUALLY THE WRITER? NO FUCKING WAY.
I HAVE THE EDITION W FAHAD AL BUTAIRY ON THE COVER.
I READ THE: TOP SAUDI HOMEBREW GAMES 2013 AND NAJDI GAMES FROM YONDER PAST.

I di..."


OF COURSE I WANT THE OTHER ISSUES OF THE MAGAZINE! I WAS GONNA SUBSCRIBE BUT WERE MOVING SOON OUT OF THE KINGDOM. THIS AWESOME THO. CAN U TELL ME THE PROCESS OF LIKE GETTING TO BE A WRITER THERE. JUST REALLY INTERESTING AND CURIOUS.
SORRY FOR THE LATE REPLY


Johara Almogbel Nada wrote: "WAIT SO YOURE ACTUALLY THE WRITER? NO FUCKING WAY.
I HAVE THE EDITION W FAHAD AL BUTAIRY ON THE COVER.
I READ THE: TOP SAUDI HOMEBREW GAMES 2013 AND NAJDI GAMES FROM YONDER PAST.

I didnt believe i..."


I AMM!!!! AND I CAN'T BELIEVE SOMEONE READ MY ARTICLES. The research for top saudi games was fun. THIS IS LOVELY! Wait. Hey. Do you want the other issues of the magazine? I have them all, I get 5 free copies every month.


message 6: by Nada

Nada WAIT SO YOURE ACTUALLY THE WRITER? NO FUCKING WAY.
I HAVE THE EDITION W FAHAD AL BUTAIRY ON THE COVER.
I READ THE: TOP SAUDI HOMEBREW GAMES 2013 AND NAJDI GAMES FROM YONDER PAST.

I didnt believe it when i saw your name, i thought it was someone else


Johara Almogbel Nada wrote: "So I was reading an article in Destination Riyadh magazine and I saw one of the writers was Johara Al Mogbel. And I go like, I VAGUELY KNOW A JOHARA!"

OH OH OH OH WHICH ARTICLE DID YOU READ? This made my day, it really did.


message 4: by Nada

Nada So I was reading an article in Destination Riyadh magazine and I saw one of the writers was Johara Al Mogbel. And I go like, I VAGUELY KNOW A JOHARA!


Yasmine Alfouzan *dies laughing*


Johara Almogbel Loli wrote: "How much longer do you intend to be reading After the Funeral? :P"

For as long as I start reading it:D which I haven't. Yet.


message 1: by Hala

Hala Tashkandi How much longer do you intend to be reading After the Funeral? :P


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