Personally, I Blame My Fairy Godmother - Claudia Carroll Reviews
Description:ISBN 1847562086 / Genre: Fiction / Author: Claudia Carroll / Paperback / Book is published 2010-08-05 by Avon
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by - written on 12/12/11 (Very useful, 38 readings)
I read a positive review of Personally I blame my Fairy Godmother a while back and made a mental note to read the book. Not long afterwards I spotted it in a discount book store, so snapped it up and have just finished reading it. ==The Story== Jessie Woods didn't have the easiest start in life. Her mother died when she was just three years old and she was brought up by her dad. When she was ten, her dad met Joan, an overbearing woman whose daughters Sharon and Maggie can only be described as vile bullies. When her dad sadly passed away too, Jessie found herself stuck with them. There was one thing that got Jessie through the tough times ... Read the complete review
by - written on 04/10/10, updated on 05/10/10 (Very useful, 78 readings)
This is a review of the book 'Personally, I blame my Fairy Godmother' by Claudia Carroll. OK so I said I wasn't going to buy any new books but I caved in recently with a buy one get one free offer in the supermarket. A bit about the book The book is set in Ireland, in and around Dublin and turns the traditional cinderella story on its head with TV personality Jessie Woods who has everything getting down on her luck and doing a reverse cinderella, losing everything then determindly getting back on her feet and facing the world. Themes In the book, Jessie faces a lot of demons. Her step family for starters who grudgingly accept her back; ... Read the complete review
by - written on 12/09/10 (Very useful, 51 readings)
When i'm out shopping for a book I do make the mistake of buying the book based on the front cover, I know I shoudn't but i like it to catch my eye, so when I spotted the front cover of this was really colourful and vibrant, I knew I had to buy it. This is my review for the book personally I blame my fairy godmother by Claudia Carroll. The plot: Jessie Woods's childhood is a Cinderella sort of story, her mother passes away when she is three years old and her loving, yet incredibly lonely father re-married in order to have a mother figure for young Jessie. However her step-mother, Joan also brings with her two daughters in the shape of ... Read the complete review
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