Big Jessie - Zane Radcliffe Reviews
Description:ISBN 0552770965 / Author: Zane Radcliffe / Genre: Fiction / Very funny.
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Zane Radcliffe Big Jessie
Pages: 368, Paperback, Black Swan
Last Update 03.12.2013 13:31
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by - written on 16/05/07 (Very useful, 70 readings)
It’s worth remembering that people can hold grudges from school. When I was in secondary school I was not one of the cool kids, but not quite one of the geeks. Essentially this meant that although I received some flak, I dished some out too. I wouldn’t think that it was beyond the realms of possibility that there are people out there who didn’t think too kindly of me back then. However, would they seek revenge for the next two decades? I doubt it! Did you ever do something as a child that was so mean that the repercussions may still affect you now? ‘Big' Jessie Black (Jed) is a journalist still tortured by memories of being bullied as a child. He has ... Read the complete review
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