Pride and Premiership Part 1 - Kindle Edition Reviews
Description:Genre: Fiction / Author: Michelle Gayle / Kindle Edition / Book is published 2011-04-15 by Walker
Newest Review: ... all is almost double buying the proper book! It would also hook you in buy giving you a part of the book for free then the ... more
Customer Pride and Premiership Part 1 - Kindle Edition Reviews (1)
by - written on 20/08/11 (Very useful, 33 readings)
This was a book for kindle that I downloaded because it was free, I'm pretty sure that it still is. You can buy the whole book at once for a higher price but the author has also released it as a set of 6 parts - I imagine the idea behind this is that it seems cheaper even if added up buying them all is almost double buying the proper book! It would also hook you in buy giving you a part of the book for free then the idea would be that you'd want to buy the other parts, but this didn't really work for me. Pride and premiership is written in a diary format, with it sectioned into times (quite precise ones as well, such as 7.45pm) with very informal language so ... Read the complete review
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