So... I Met an Alien - Paul McAvoy Reviews
Description:File Size: 279 KB / Print Length: 112 pages / Publisher: P McAvoy / Published: 3 July 2013 / Language: English
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by - written on 01/01/14, updated on 02/01/14 (Very useful, 69 readings)
I first read a book by Paul McAvoy back at the start of 2013. I was given a copy of another one of his books (So... I met a ghost) and really enjoyed it. Back in the summer, I was then asked by Paul again if I would read another one of his books in exchange for a review. Unfortunately it has taken me till now to get time to read it, but I am now ready to offer my opinion of this short novel. This falls into the category of young adult fiction. I have to admit to being a little put off at first by the similarity in title to the first novel I read. When I got round to starting the novel, I did notice there were a few similarities in style to the first novel. ... Read the complete review
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