The Self-Preservation Society - Kate Harrison Reviews
Description:ISBN 0752875299 / Genre: Fiction / Author: Kate Harrison / Hardcover / 384 Pages / Book is published 2007-05-16 by Orion
Newest Review: ... The book is available at £land (cover price £6.99) but is truly worthy of its higher price tag, i picked mine up on a whim at ... more
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Kate Harrison The Self-Preservation Society
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Customer The Self-Preservation Society - Kate Harrison Reviews (3)
by - written on 17/08/12 (Useful, 17 readings)
The Self preservation society by Kate Harrison is a delightful read by a very talented author , who is very under appreciated. The book is available at £land (cover price £6.99) but is truly worthy of its higher price tag, i picked mine up on a whim at a car boot as the blurb got me straight away, Jo is a self proclaimed scardey cat, Afraid of everything, a Health and safety nut working in a health and safety office, and has a health and safety boyfriend to match. They are the ultimate Scaredy cats. Jo loves statistics but almost becomes one in an accident that becomes a life or death situation and has to re evaluate her scaredy life. This book is a real heart warmer .. Read the complete review
by - written on 22/06/12 (Very useful, 25 readings)
~ The Self Preservation Society - Kate Harrison ~ Having never read a book by the author Kate Harrison in the past I was completely unaware as to what to expect. I happened to find this book in Poundland for yep, £1! The RRP is a very respectful £6.99, which having now read the book I can say that I think this is a fair price as it was a good read. Kate Harrison is the author of the Secret Shopper books and Soul Beach Trilogy, her first novel Old School Ties was published in 2003. So back to the book ~ The Self Preservation Society. I have to say that I was very impressed with this book and chiclit isn't my ... Read the complete review
by - written on 11/08/10 (Very useful, 55 readings)
Joanna is a self confessed scaredy-cat, she works for a council and does risk assessments and points out problems and solutions to correct them and avoid them in the future. She lives in a bungalow with her boyfriend Dennis and things are good for her. Jo has a problem though she always thinks the worst and grew up being terrified and scared that bad things were always going to happen. Joanna is about to arrive at work but unfortunately on the way she is hit by a biker and is knocked flying and she wakes from a coma to find herself in hospital. After the accident Joanna feels different about life and is having a hard time trying to get back to normal. Her ... Read the complete review
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