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Saving Daisy Daisy's mum is gone. Her dad refuses to talk about i ...
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Being Billy - Phil EarleBeing Completely Real. (656 words)
by Rhiana - written on 18/01/11 (Very useful, 45 readings)
his worst fears are about to come true. Is Billy about to loose it one time too many? Wow. This book was intense indeed. Right from the very start Phil Earle creates in Billy a character so full of depth and complexities and so perfectly crafted it s impossible to not think of him as a real person and become completely involved with his story. Everything about this story rings true. Phil Earle worked in the care sector before he moved into book related jobs and this more than shows. He gets how a child in care really does feel; something I don t believe just comes from the job itself but from a person who sees beyond it. Having experience of local authority care myself ...
Being Billy - Phil EarleBeing enchanted (547 words)
by iheartbooks80 - written on 08/01/11 (Very useful, 20 readings)
first page I found myself able to identify with Billy. He was such a great character, with a voice that shines bright in the sky, I d like to praise Phil Earle for that. I d see why you d find him quite hard to read though, all the anger he has hides away many other emotions he s feeling a lot of the time. The novel highlights things that most people will probably still be in the dark about. The things your parents don t necessarily always tell you about. It s books like Being Billy that make me feel appreciative that I have parents who love me and care for me, and that I have a nice home to live in and people to talk to. And guilty for sometimes taking advantage of ...