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Meet Me At The Boathouse

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Louise is trapped in a house with her neurotic mother and her browbeaten dad. Her parents only notice her to criticise her - she never seems to be quite good enough. So when Danny follows her home one day, she's not scared, she's excited. It's not long before Louise and Danny are head over heels in love - but can you love someone too much?
Paperback, 279 pages
Published May 1st 2007 by Hodder Children's Books
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I've seen the book in one of those recommended leaflets of teen books but never seen the book in the shops to get it ago. Well, at my spurt at the library, I saw it and picked it up.

DON'T READ IT. It was awful and incredibly boring and tedious. I didn't even finish it.
I thought it sounded okay. It isn't. In about the first 30 pages, she had a boyfriend and it's about the continuous lies he tells, the stuff they do and his continue (and irritating) accusations of her not loving him. I was shout
This book had a really Slow just dragged on and on and the same things were said repetitively, I swear that Danny and Louise had the same conversation again and again and again..well u get the picture ;)

This book is about an abusive relationship between Louise, a former happy,straight A student until she meets Danny. Danny is a drug addict and simply psychotic and controlling, just reading about him made me feel slightly nervous. It is a good book in the sense that it provides a windo
The beggining of the story started of quite well. I enjoyed how well they knew each other. But after a while, the guy in the book had serious problems. He was a little too obsessed. It was very awkward towards the end of the book. The story wasn't the best i have ever read. I didn't enjoy it that much. The girl didn't even love the boy. I did like the last chapter though, it was quite nice.
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