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Hope

by Rhian Ivory

It’s the summer between school and sixth form and Hope struggles with anger and grief as her plans fall apart.

A chance meeting on a ferry gives her someone to talk to. But is she brave enough to ask for help?

Can she find plan B?

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Caldew School
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Caldew School

I thought this book was okay, although it wasn’t my favourite. I gave it a 6 out 0f 10

Newman Catholic School
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Newman Catholic School

I’ve just started the book hope really good so far!

Newman Catholic School
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Newman Catholic School

I really enjoyed this book, even if it wasn’t my genre. It was slightly cliche, like a cheesy romance, but enjoyable nonetheless. I would give it a 7 out of 10

Newman Catholic School
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Newman Catholic School

I’m about to read it. Can’t wait to see if it is as good as I thought it would be, I ‘hope’ it is x
Maddie x

Newman Catholic School
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Newman Catholic School

It turns out that I did enjoy it, although I didn’t think it was really anything special, if you get what I mean. I thought it was good on the whole though and would probably give it a 6.5/10 stars
Maddie x

Newman Catholic School
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Newman Catholic School

I thought this book was okay. But not my favourite, this i think is because it wasn’t my genre. I would give this book a 6.5 out of 10.
Cara

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