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Hothouse Flower (Red Apples)

3.42  ·  Rating Details ·  73 Ratings  ·  6 Reviews
Who would have thought that being run over by a bus could save your life? Chloe is the only child of egg-head parents - and she's been home-schooled for years because her parents are sure it's the best way to nurture her 'special talents'. So Chloe feels isolated and doesn't have any friends of her own age. But when Chloe is in an accident and ends up on the children's war ...more
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Published May 4th 2006 by Orchard,
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Amanda Quah
Oct 07, 2012 Amanda Quah rated it really liked it
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A well deserved 4 stars for this one. A really special story, and I like the interesting Math facts before the chapters. The only thing keeping this book from getting a 5 star rating from me is that, sometimes it just seems to be going round and round, not getting anywhere not going anywhere. But other than that, a very well written story.
Lindsay Smith
Oh dear! The book held such promise on the back cover, but I'm afraid once I put it down, I just couldn't pick it up again. After 3 months in hibernation, it has never appealed as much as anything else on offer. I just moved it to my shelf labelled "gave up without finishing". There it shall sit with a small number of other books I just couldn't muster up enthusiasm for after page 50 or so.
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Nov 03, 2010 Taranah rated it it was ok
This book was OK, but one got the impression that it wasn't really getting anywhere, so I wouldn't say it's a must-read.
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It’s a good children's book, I quite enjoyed the maths bits in the beginning of each chapter. Just a decent book with nothing too spectacular about it.
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ROSE IMPEY was born, and grew up, in Northwich, Cheshire. When she first left school she worked in a bank, but soon realised that this was not for her; so she decided to go back to school and then went on to college, where she trained to be a teacher. She later taught in a Junior school in Leicester.

Rose has two grown-up daughters. While her children were small, Rose developed her interest in chil
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