Publish date: January 18th 2012
Publisher: Random House Australia
Pages no: 279
Edition language: English
Series: Thyla (#1)
Thyla was a really interesting book, but the second half was just filled with info-dumping and explaining what had happened which kinda killed the story for me. I don't plan on picking up the rest of the series.
This is the book I'm hosting for the Traveling Book at YA-MA!"...It's very easy to piss her off.""Piss her off?"I hadn't heard that expression before. I mean, I had heard the words 'piss' used as another word for urination, but I assumed (and hoped) that Rhiannah wasn't talking about urination. That...
3.5 stars. An extended review appears on my blog. Tessa is brave, strong and never cries. That is all she knows about herself after waking up in the bush near Hobart, Tasmania. Taken to hospital by a policewoman named Connolly, whose own daughter went missing in the bush, Tessa begins to slowly pie...
Also appears on The Screaming Nitpicker.How strange.I was forewarned that this tale of an amnesiac girl at a boarding school where strange things are going on was a very unusual book, but the friends that told me about Thyla were also adamant that it was fantastic. Well, one moreso than the other. I...
Thanks Maja for your great review of this that led me to try out the works of an Aussie author. I really enjoyed it.Tessa, found in a bush and brought to a hospital, wakes up with absolutely no memory but her name. And I mean, NO memory. Of anything. The tiny people in the TV scare her! So she gets ...