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Nick Ingolf Schanche

it was amazing 5.0  ·  Rating Details ·  1 Rating  ·  1 Review
I bet you don’t like Monday mornings.

I bet no matter how happy you are in school, college or at work, you still say “Oh god” when it’s time to start the working week again.

On the morning of Monday 13th January 2012, Roland Cook was sick with fear.
As well as being sick, I think he wet himself.

You see he was nearly 13 years old when he moved to Somerset and the first day
Kindle Edition, 135 pages
Published October 15th 2012
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Linda Tonis
Feb 25, 2013 Linda Tonis rated it it was amazing
Roland Cook lived for almost the first twelve years of his life in London, England. His life was happy until his father's business partner stole everything leaving Roland and his family with very little money. Just before Roland turned twelve his parents moved to the little village of Pilton in Somerset, England where they were able to buy a smaller, cheaper house. Now his father works five days a week in England and comes home on Friday nights. In addition, his mother now has to work and Roland ...more
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