Have you read Bifocal? What did you think of it? 

I thought that the first chapter was quite worrying and so I wonder what others thought of it?

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2/1/2010 09:28:53 am

This is a great book to read when you're sick , if you're bored, or if you're at school!!! The line on the back of the book is true. "There are two sides of a story, you just have to listen"

TTS - Barbara P - Library
2/1/2010 10:33:15 am

Yes the blurb is accurate isn't it? Some people find a book in two voices difficult to read. I am glad that you enjoyed it and thought that the two points of view were interesting.

2/7/2010 04:24:00 pm

Fab book. I was up at 12 reading it, I absolutly agree with those who have already comented and I just love it, I am now a huge fan of Deborah Ellis and Eric Walters...I mean how do they do it? Super Amazing. Definatly a must read.

2/10/2010 02:11:34 pm

i think that this a great book and the anyone that likes action and adventure should be giving this book a try and i will put money on you liking it

3/1/2010 11:58:50 am

it is so good i give it 5 stars

Alva.L AISS school singapore Yr6
3/3/2010 08:19:18 pm

This was my favourite book!!!!!!!! I enjoyed hearing the two sides of the story Jak side and Haroons side.To anyone who hasn't read it yet I think you should choose it as your last book to read.Because it is great and a quick read


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