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Thankless in death / by Robb, J. D.,

Publication: . 402 pages ; 24 cm.

Four words taht best describe this book: Rewarding Satisfying Gripping Funny(in parts)

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What was your response to the storyline?

I couldn't get over the state of mind of the killer. A killer who believed he had the right to kill. Added 21/10/2013 by Shereece

Heart of gold / by Bird, Jessica,

Publication: New York, N.Y. : Signet, 2003 . xii, 370 p. ; 18 cm. Date: 2003

Most Memorable part of the story:

Finding the first skeleton more or less were it should of been. Added 21/10/2013 by Shereece

Gone / by Patterson, James,

Publication: London : Century, 2013 . 368 pages ; 24 cm. Date: 2013

Four words to describe this book: violent lethal evil chilling Added 21/10/2013 by Shereece

Home front girls / by Goodwin, Rosie,

Publication: London : Canvas, 2013 . 439 p. ; 24 cm. Date: 2013

Four Words that best Describe this book: - Great - Interesting - Factual - Friendly

Added 21/10/2013 by Shereece

New Zealand's Vietnam War : a history of combat, commitment and controversy / by McGibbon, I. C.

Publication: Auckland, N.Z. : Exisle, 2010 . 704 p. : 25 cm. Date: 2010

Contains all you might want to know regarding New Zealand's effort in South Vietnam. Readable, informative and interesting. With maps and pictures. Highly recommended.

Flesh house / by MacBride, Stuart

Publication: London : HarperCollins, 2008 . 467 p. ; 24 cm. Date: 2008

Absolutely loved this book. Couldn't wait for my next chance to turn the pages. For those of us who like the murdering sadistic read - definitely one not to miss. Added 15/02/2013 by Tanya

Unfurling, a mixed-media workshop with Misty Mawn : inspiration and techniques for self-expression through art / by Mawn, Misty.

Publication: Beverly : Quarry Books, 2011 . 127 pages : 26 cm. Date: 2011

Loved it! Wide variety of projects, good explanations, plenty of room to do your own thing. Added 26/01/2013 by Catherine

One magic square : grow your own food on one square metre / 1 magic square by Houbein, Lolo,

Publication: Wellington, N.Z. : Awa Press, 2010 . 354 p. : 21 cm. Date: 2010

Good basic info that I could understand even though I am just beginning to garden. My only comment is that, as a total beginner, I had trouble deciding which plot I was best to start off with. Added 26/01/2013 by Catherine

Bones are forever / by Reichs, Kathy,

Publication: London : William Heinemann, 2012 . 288 p. ; 24 cm. Date: 2012

I love Kathy Reichs normally but I didn't end up finishing this. The story is full of distractions that I found spoilt it for me. Yet the story itself is interesting. Pity! Added 26/01/2013 by Catherine

Close to the bone / by MacBride, Stuart

Publication: London : HarperCollins, 2013 . viii, 511 p. ; 24 cm. Date: 2013

This is another awesome installment in the Logan McRae series. More snarky remarks from Steele, more bodies, more torture and more intrigue. Well worth the read.

Running hot / by Hill, David,

Publication: Wellington, N.Z. : Mallinson Rendel, 2005 . 116 p. ; 20 cm. Date: 2005

My favourite character is Luther for being so honest With Grace.Anita Added 01/01/2013 by Shereece

The selection / by Cass, Kiera,

Publication: London : HarperCollins Children's, 2012 . 327 p. ; 18 cm. Date: 2012

this book was awsome and i really enjoyed the characters because they fitted in well with story.Tearana Added 01/01/2013 by Shereece

James and the giant peach / by Dahl, Roald,

Publication: London : Penguin, 1990 . 148 pages : 20 cm. Date: 1990

the character that stood out to me most was miss spider because she was a very huge spider, Brian. Added 01/01/2013 by Shereece

Fang / by Patterson, James,

Publication: New York : Little Brown & Co., 2010 . 335 pages ; 19 cm. Date: 2010

max is my favourite charater because he is a great and tries to ensure the safety of his flock at all times, Brenda

Added 01/01/2013 by Shereece

Eragon / Ages 14+ by Paolini, Christopher,

Publication: New York : Alfred A. Knopf, 2003 . 517 pages : 20 cm. Date: 2003

my favourite character in this book will have to be eragon because he looks after his dragon really well and together they make a great team. Brenda

Added 01/01/2013 by Shereece

Home front / by Hannah, Kristin,

Publication: New York : St. Martin's Press, 2012 . 390 p. ; 25 cm. Date: 2012

This book is a book that you wont want to put down until you finish it. I first opened it yesterday at lunch time, read it till 3.00 a.m. this morning when my eyes would no longer stay open and have finished it this afternoon. It is a novel but is so realistic it could be a true story. A book that will be enjoyed my many I know.

The bone tiki / by Hair, David,

Publication: Auckland [N.Z.] : HarperCollins, 2009 . 303 p. ; 20 cm. Date: 2009

The best story ever by a New Zealand writer. I loved it. Anita Added 01/10/2012 by Catherine

Haunting Violet / by Harvey, Alyxandra,

Publication: London : Bloomsbury, 2011 . 343 p. ; 20 cm. Date: 2011

Reasonably good read. A strange plot unlike anything else I have read. Strangely enticing read, though an unusual topic. Caitlin Added 01/10/2012 by Catherine

Dirt bomb / by Beale, Fleur,

Publication: Auckland, N.Z. : Random House New Zealand, 2011 . 208 p. ; 20 cm. Date: 2011

This story made me more interested in cars and explained some of the parts and their uses. I quite enjoyed this book and finished it rather quickly, due to my interest in it. Caitlin Added 01/10/2012 by Catherine

Inheritance / Ages 14+ by Paolini, Christopher,

Publication: London : Doubleday Children's, 2011 . xviii, 860 p. : 25 cm. Date: 2011

A story that delves into the mythical and grabs hold of you. When you put it down you almost immediatly yearn to re-emerge yourself in Alagaesia. If you are a reader I would recommend the series; if not I doubt you could stick to it and it would just waste your time. Caitlin Added 01/10/2012 by Catherine

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