Wild Things - Jo Carnegie Reviews
Description:ISBN 0552160865 / Genre: Fiction / Author: Jo Carnegie / Paperback / 496 Pages / Book is published 2010-04-29 by Corgi Adult
Newest Review: ... predecessor but I was very much looking forward to meeting up with the Churchmister gang again. I have to say when I saw the ... more
Price Comparison for Wild Things - Jo Carnegie
Jo Carnegie Wild Things
When an A - list film set descends on the quiet village of Church ...
Last Update 10.12.2013 07:13
Wild Things by Jo Carnegie
Free Worldwide Delivery : Wild Things : Paperback : Transworld Pu ...
Last Update 10.12.2013 06:20
Customer Wild Things - Jo Carnegie Reviews (1)
by - written on 02/05/10 (Very useful, 55 readings)
The Churchminster residents are thrilled when a glamorous film crew descends on their quiet village. But with just four months to prepare for the final of the 'Britain's Best Village Competition', the chaotic filming schedule may do more damage than good. Meanwhile Camilla grows suspicious of the attention boyfriend Jed is receiving from the film's demanding leading lady. And younger sister Calypso has caught the penetrating eye of dashing leading man 'Rafe Wolfe'. Brim-full with lavish garden parties, illicit affairs, sordid shenanigans and a sneaky bit of sabotage, not to mention a spot of fund-raising with 'Churchminster's Got Talent! This is the third in a ... Read the complete review
Products Similar to Wild Things - Jo Carnegie
The Guardian - Nicholas Sparks - Mysterious and dark I guessed a lot of it before it happened
The Woman in the Fifth - Douglas Kennedy - Compelling, well-characterised, an effective genre-hopper. Not the strongest of endings.
Down to A Sunless Sea - David Graham - An excellent read, despite being slightly outdated, a lot of it rings true to current events. The pilot talk sometimes gets a bit too technical.
The Way Things Look to Me - Roopa Farooki - very well written characters, moving story none
Scattered Leaves - Virginia Andrews - Story captures you from the beginning Character flaws
Wags at the World Cup - Alison Kervin - Plot, characters Some will not enjoy it
|More products in Fiction Book|
All these and are taken from reviews of the dooyooCommunity.
|Kisscut - Karin Slaughter|
Tackles issues, good when actually going somewhere
Far too grim, too much characterisation and too little plot
|World Without End - Ken Follett|
Epic Historical Novel That Continues In The Style Of Pillars Of The Earth
Length May Put Some Off
|Doctor Who: Aliens and Enemies - Justin Richards|
|Changelings - Anne McCaffrey, Elizabeth Ann Scarborough||Dream Makers - Nora Roberts||Star - Danielle Steel|
|The Fifth Mountain - Paulo Coelho|
Beautiful writing and fascinating
|Lullaby Town - Robert Crais|
Features Elvis Cole and Joe Pike - need I say more?
|Sacrifice - S.J. Bolton|
|Berlin Noir - Philip Kerr|