Something Borrowed - Paul Magrs Reviews
Description:ISBN 0755332911 / Genre: Sci-Fi / Fantasy / Author: Paul Magrs / Paperback / 400 Pages / Book is published 2008-03-20 by Headline Review
Newest Review: ... ineffable Brenda and Effie in Whitby. Paul Magrs writing is witty and you fall in with the characters, urging them on, eager ... more
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Paul Magrs Something Borrowed (Brenda 2)
Brenda must face her demons, but first she needs to get to the bo ...
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by - written on 19/01/12, updated on 19/01/12 (Useful, 7 readings)
For anyone who is a fan of the first book - Never the Bride, this book is a must read. Following on from the first book we continue to delve into the adventures of the ineffable Brenda and Effie in Whitby. Paul Magrs writing is witty and you fall in with the characters, urging them on, eager to turn the page and discover what terrible disaster they are to be flung into next! We continue with some familiar characters and encounter new ones as the two old ladies tales are unravelled and we learn more of the crazy goings on in Whitby and its surrounds. Two unlikely but loveable heroes, cantankerous and sometimes ... Read the complete review
by - written on 30/08/11, updated on 30/08/11 (Very useful, 64 readings)
Something Borrowed Paul Magrs Available from Amazon for £7. This is the second part of Paul Magrs "Brenda" trilogy preceded by "Never The Bride" and succeed by"Conjugal Rights". Although the novel briefly outlines what has happened in the first book this should definitely be read as part of the series and not stand alone. The second instalment of Brendas story starts where "Never The Bride" left off and we find her trying to re assume her normal life in Whitby. Apart from the Womanzee still stalking the Whitby inhabitants everything seems quiet. However Effie and Brenda are soon sucked into ... Read the complete review
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