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The Badness Of Ballydog by Garrett Carr
"Crackin' story about monsters, children and fish fingers. "
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The Badness Of Ballydog by Garrett Carr
"The Badness of Ballydog focuses on three young teenagers and their lives in the small town of Ballydog. The book begins with Ewan moving to Ballydog from Northern Ireland as part of the witness protection program. He doesn’t fit in with his classm..." Read more of this review »
The Badness Of Ballydog by Garrett Carr
The Badness Of Ballydog
by Garrett Carr (Goodreads Author)
read in May, 2010
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Full of dry humour. It's actually a kids book but I still enjoyed reading it a lot
The Mystery of Lewis Carroll by Jenny Woolf
"This is not so much a biography of Carroll as it is a carefully researched rejection of much of the biographical lore that surrounds the man. By revealing just how little we can know about Carroll due to the lack of records or the distorted collec..." Read more of this review »
Christina Rossetti by Georgina Battiscombe
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This book held my attention throughout, and I wanted to find out what made Christina Rossetti tick. The author supplies some answers, but I did find some difficulty in relating to Christina. I couldn't untangle her motivations for doing what she did....more
The Mystery of Lewis Carroll by Jenny Woolf
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This book aims to give an unprejudiced portrayal of the "real" Lewis Carroll. On the whole I think it does this.

Woolf tries hard to put Carroll into the context of his own historical period. Life and attitudes were different then and I found myself...more
The Mystery of Lewis Carroll by Jenny Woolf
"A fascinating picture of Lewis carrol, really makes me wish I had met the man. The book is also very illuminating about victorian society. A must-read for those interested in Lewis carroll himself or his world."
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