Return to Rhanna - Christine Marion Fraser Reviews
Description:ISBN 0340733918 / Genre: Fiction / Author: Christine Marion Fraser / Edition: New Ed / Paperback / 448 Pages / Book is published ... more
Newest Review: ... and well as catch up with those we have become familiar with in the past. These stories are very well written and quickly ... more
Price Comparison for Return to Rhanna - Christine Marion Fras...
Christine Marion Fraser Return to Rhanna
Pages: 448, Edition: New edition, Paperback, Coronet
Last Update 06.03.2014 06:59
Customer Return to Rhanna - Christine Marion Fraser Reviews (1)
by - written on 11/04/09, updated on 11/04/09 (Very useful, 58 readings)
This is the fourth novel in the Rhanna series written by Christine Marion Fraser. The novels in the series are as follows - Rhanna Rhanna at War Children of Rhanna Return to Rhanna Song of Rhanna Storm over Rhanna Stranger on Rhanna A Rhanna Mystery Rhanna is a fictional Scottish island, and these books follow the story of the islanders who live here. Throughout the series we meet new characters and well as catch up with those we have become familiar with in the past. These stories are very well written and quickly have the reader swept along, on one page you will be crying with laughter and the next ... Read the complete review
Products Similar to Return to Rhanna - Christine M ...
Cuban Heels - Emily Barr - descriptions of Havana, believeable characters, gripping a bit unlikely -but still worth a read!
Granny Was a Buffer Girl - Berlie Doherty - Eloquently written, Varied and moving stories A little sad in places.
Ali and Nino: A Love Story - Kurban Said - thrilling, moving none
|More products in Fiction Book|
All these and are taken from reviews of the dooyooCommunity.
|Emotional Geology - Linda Gillard|
Well written, realistic characters, stunning setting, interesting style
None for me but might be a bit slow moving for some
|The Devil Inside - Jenna Black|
Well written, enjoyable, great book
Not very original
|Lessons in Love - Kate Lawson|
a good read
a lot of characters
|Something Leather - Alasdair Gray|
It is Alasdair Gray
|A Fall Of Moondust - Arthur C. Clarke||One Kiss in Havana - Michelle Jackson|
Superb story, lovely setting, great characters, well written
|Fallen Angels - Valerie Wood|
A fantastic book.
Probably not one for the men.
|Homecoming - Cathy Kelly|
Great characterisation. Not too long. Easy to get into.
None for me really.
|The Poison Tree - Erin Kelly|
A good read with a twist in the tale.
A bit predictable in places..
|A Feast for Crows - George R. R. Martin|
Great writing, same immersive story as always
Less action and slower pace than previous novels