Old School Ties - Kate Harrison Reviews
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Newest Review: ... Tracey was the school bully and didn't have many real friends, or at least, not the kind that would want to see her again in ... more
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by - written on 31/03/10 (Very useful, 46 readings)
I received this book for my birthday in January but having read some not-so-positive reviews of it on various sites and forums, I put it to the bottom of my reading pile and wasn't particularly relishing getting around to it. I'd previously read 'The Secret Shopper's Revenge' by the same author and did enjoy that so I was hoping that I'd get into it once I started reading it. Tracey is a thirty-something mother-of-two who is utterly bored of her normal life. Her husband works away for much of the time and she admits to not even liking him much in the first place anymore. When she spots an advert from a tv company who are looking to film a series around a ... Read the complete review
by - written on 21/03/10, updated on 23/03/10 (Very useful, 86 readings)
I have just finished reading Old School Ties by Kate Harrison, and decided to review it whilst it is still fresh in my mind as I do not feel it is a book which will make its mark on my brain!! At the beginning of the book we are introduced to the main character, Tracey Mortimer. Tracey is looking back on her life to her school years which she absolutely loved although the same thing can not be said for many of her class mates. Tracey ruled the school people was afraid of her, she was a bully. When she compares her life then to now oh how it has changed with her lowlife of a husband and her two children who she doesn't really understand and with no real ... Read the complete review
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