One Minute to Midnight - Amy Silver Reviews
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Nicole Blake's New Year Resolutions, 1990: Start keeping a journa ...
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by - written on 02/01/12 (Very useful, 42 readings)
I have just finished reading a fabulous book and just had to share my experience with you! The book in question is called 'One Minute To Midnight' by Amy Silver (author of 'All I Want For Christmas' book.). The book was released in the United Kingdom in late 2011 and so is very recent. The book is currently selling at a price of £4.26 which I think is good value for money. ~ * The Plot * ~ It's 1990, new years eve and thirteen year old Nicole is making her resolutions. Fast forward 21 years and Nicole is still making resolutions; sort things out with her best friend, lose half a stone, sort things out with her husband, reunite with her ... Read the complete review
by - written on 25/11/11 (Very useful, 62 readings)
Nicole Blake's New Year Resolutions, 1990: 1 Start keeping a journal; 2. Lose half a stone; 3. Kiss Julian Symonds If there are two things Nicole can guarantee about New Years Eve it's that there are always fireworks and Julian Symonds is always there. Since she was thirteen, no New Year has been complete without Jules. Through school, university and beyond, as friends come and go, Nic and Jules are at the centre of every party. Until one year everything changes... Now, as another New Year approaches, Nicole has ghosts to lay and bridges to build - with her husband Dom, with her best friend ... Read the complete review
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