The Howling Tower - Michael Coleman Reviews
Description:ISBN 1843629380 / Genre: Sci-Fi / Fantasy / Author: Michael Coleman / Paperback / 208 Pages / Book is published 2006-06-01 by Orchard
Newest Review: ... incredibly hard to understand as he doesn't explain what's happening, all the characters was totally mixed up and I had to ... more
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Pages: 208, Paperback, Orchard
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by - written on 15/01/09 (Very useful, 74 readings)
I think I finished this book about 1-2 weeks ago; the only problem is that it took that long to request for it and get it submitted on here. I can't say I blame Dooyoo, due to the fact that I did finish this book not long after Christmas, and therefore I had tons of time to read, unlike nowadays where I do not have much time and just grab as much of it as I can. I have to own up to something, however, and that happens to be that I have read this book twice now. I took it out of the school library to read (and write a really short opinion on the book, so that it could possibly win the KS3 award), however I incredibly enjoyed reading it and I had the opportunity ... Read the complete review
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