Dreaming of Amelia
Publish date: November 2009
Publisher: Pan Macmillan
Pages no: 520
Edition language: English
, Young Adult
, Historical Fiction
Series: Ashbury/Brookfield (#4)
The Ghosts of Ashbury high Review Characters: These characters (save for Riley and amelia) are all from Jacly moriarty's other books as this takes place in yr 12. Emily, cass, lyd and a few others 6 in total. One character named toby is ANNOYING!( for the first part come part 3 and four he is ...
Sorry about that, but this style of writing is simply not for me. Everyone else seems enamoured but apparently either I am incredibly old fashioned and out of it, or older than the target audience and more demanding of a cohesive, non-cobbled-together format. I do admit however that for those who ...
This is the fourth (and as far, as I know, final) Ashbury/Brookfield novel. It can be read completely independently of the others, but as many of the characters in this book were introduced in previous books in the series, it may be more enjoyable if you've read at least Finding Cassie Crazy and/or ...
I know I'm the odd one out here. There was enough to be engaging here, in stuttering bursts - but I felt it was desperately screaming out for an unshrinking editor. There is definitely the bones of an absolutely glorious 300-page three (or mmmaybe four)-points-of-view book somewhere in this dragging...