The Shrapnel Academy - Fay Weldon Reviews
Description:ISBN 0340599162 / Genre: Fiction / Author: Fay Weldon / Edition: New edition / Paperback / 208 Pages / Book is published 1994-06-02 by Sceptre
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by - written on 13/11/08, updated on 07/01/10 (Very useful, 222 readings)
Fay Weldon shot to fame in the 1980s when one of her books "The Life and Loves of a She-Devil" was made into a very successful TV drama. It was one of those rare classics that seldom appear on our TV screens and when they do they're never to be seen or heard from again. Although I have never read any of Weldon's books until now, I do remember her appearing from time to time on various chat shows or panel shows such as Question Time and I must admit I've never really warmed to her after seeing her on TV. On Question Time I always remember her as indecisive and unable to get her words out or to get a clear relevant point across so as to make an intelligent ... Read the complete review
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