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The Stone Rose (Doctor Who) by Jac Rayner
The Stone Rose (Doctor Who)

margaret_e_preston, January 29, 2011

When I first read this book I didn't have high hopes for it. I thought it would not be as action packed as an episode of doctor who but I was wrong. When I read this book I didn't want to put it down I could imagine the doctors face as he was hunting for Rose I was hoping that they might turn it into an episode. This story was excellently written and deserves 5 stars for this amazing story. It fits all of the doctor who criteria its action packed a lot of running around and a monster it also showcases the doctors love for Rose because he ran around he didn't rest he fought of animals in the arena of ancient Rome and rose was so sweet because she made him a pouch for his sonic screwdriver. This is a truly fantastic book and all fans of doctor who should read it. Well? What are you waiting for? Allonsey!!!!!
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King Arthur [A Poem].
King Arthur [A Poem].

margaret_e_preston, July 25, 2010

These poems are truley amazing. I love this book. The author is an absolute geniues and if you like poems you should definetly read this book. It has a mix of pure beauty and some violence as it is king arthur and the knights of camelot. again i love this book.
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Dark Fire (Last Dragon Chronicles) by Chris Dlacey
Dark Fire (Last Dragon Chronicles)

margaret_e_preston, June 22, 2010

it's a really good book i'm not even half of the way done but it's still amazing just like his other books. I say well done D'Lacey well done
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