1708 days ago
Middle aged feisty sort of woman...or so I am told. I have one teenage son who is wonderful. I have a job I love and am pretty happy most of the time. I am also bipolar (don't hold that against me!). Sometimes this gets me in trouble. I have a great medical team though for which I am endlessly greatful. I also have some wonderful friends who put up with and suppport me when I am a bit cack.I am very fond of animals, particularly elephants and great apes. I am also very much a people person which is reflected in the type of work I do. I am a parenting support worker to young parents with complex needs. I am quite a slow reader so will pick only a couple of books at a time to read and comment on. I would like to give each book the attention it deserves so please stick with me and I will get round to reading. Thans to all those who have taken the time and trouble to read my book.
Anything by Sebastian Faulkes
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Who ever said that this is a chilling read is quite right, I found it quite so. Very well written. Have you finished the book or are you still in the process? Apologies for being slow in reading , touch of the flu!
I have just read the first two chapters and was completely drawn in to the story. I was not only brought up by personality disordered parents but have also worked with them. You are exactly right when you describe the coldness behindd the eyes. There is something so spooky about that. You writing is...
jUST FINISHED CHAPTER TWO. i AM WORKING MY WAY THROUGH YOUR WORK SLOWLY. yOUR WRITING IS GREAT AND YOU KEEP ME WANTING TO READ MORE. uNFORTUNATELY AFTER A DAY OUT IN THE FIELD i AM TOO KNACKERED. wILL READ MORE TOMORROW AND HOPRFULLY GIVE A BETTER CRITIQUE.
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I have read your first chapter and was completely engrossed in it. God it brought back an awful memory of being made to stand in front of the class accused of doing something I hadn't done. I remembered the hatred I felt for the teacher and the real sense of injustice it instilled in me.
I will get round to reading a chapter of your book a day. I am quite slow but I read your spiel on your book and it looks like something that will be of interest to me. I will get back to you.