Wags at the World Cup - Alison Kervin Reviews
Description:ISBN 0091932122 / Genre: Fiction / Author: Alison Kervin / Paperback / 368 Pages / Book is published 2010-05-27 by Ebury Press
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Title: Wags at the World Cup Binding: Paperback Author: Alison Ke ...
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Wags at the World Cup
Tracie Martin is the true queen of the Wags - and this is going ...
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by - written on 10/02/11 (Very useful, 61 readings)
Due to me being off work this week due to a bad back, I have found myself reading an awful lot, with the book I will now review for you being one that literally jumped off the shelf at me! The book in question is - "Wags at the world cup by Alison Kervin". After reading the first two books in this series (Wags diary and a wag abroad), I knew I had to read this one, more for the sheer joy of reading about someone who is as adorably clueless as the main character Tracie Martin. Tracie is the wife of Dean Martin, one time lower league footballer, who has risen in the ranks of coaching and is now a coach at Chelsea. After ... Read the complete review
by - written on 30/06/10 (Very useful, 76 readings)
I first came across Alison Kervin when I went on holiday to Majorca last year. I went to the library to take out some books and her novel WAG Abroad was one of them. The book was probably the funniest I'd ever read and I really enjoyed it so when I got home I hunted for others in the series. I learned she had also written a predecessor to the one I had read named The WAG's Diary, I enjoyed this just as much as the other I had read so imagine my excitement when I learned a new instalment was to be released! I pre-ordered it straight away from Amazon and eagerly awaited its arrival. *Plot* Tracie Martin is a WAG. Not only is she a WAG, she likes to ... Read the complete review
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