The Doomspell - Cliff McNish Reviews
Description:ISBN 1858818508 / Genre: Sci-Fi / Fantasy / Author: Cliff McNish / Edition: New Ed / Paperback / 224 Pages / Book is published 2001-07-02 ... more
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by - written on 05/02/10 (Very useful, 167 readings)
I was bought this book by my foster mother a fairly long time ago (I was about 14 I think) and I really liked it, in fact I loved it. I re-read it so many times that my poor old paperback is nearly falling apart. Recently I picked it up again, although mainly out of a need for something comforting and from a place which I still call home even if I don't live there anymore. I did however read it with something like a sense of dread because I know how much your taste can change over many years, and I really didn't want to read it to find that I hated it! Luckily, this was not an issue. This book really does remind me of 'The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe' by ... Read the complete review
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