The Dangerous Days Of Daniel X by James Patterson

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Daniel X Works Alone

Having watched from the shadows as the brutal murder of his own parents unfolded before him, he has been forced to make his own way in a dark and unforgiving world with a heavy task handed to him.

Daniel’s father was an alien hunter, working his way through a fearsome ‘wanted’ list of aliens intent on seeking control and wreaking devastation. Following his parents’ sudden deaths, Daniel faces an uncertain future. He knows little about his family or where he comes from but a few things are clear: he had inherited the list from his father and with it, a unique ability to create anything that he needs including some very devoted friends to help him along the way.

His ultimate aim is to exact revenge against number one on his list: his parents’ murderer. But first he must target the others: each more sinister and gruesome than the last. Continue reading

Looking For A Hero by Cathy Hopkins

 

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India Jane is feeling frustrated.

She thought that Joe was her soulmate, but things seem to be going nowhere with him. Perhaps what she feels for him isn’t ‘love’ after all – whatever that is.

Gathering her friends around her, she sets out to find the boy of her dreams by Christmas.

Her exploration is pretty disastrous, but just when she is in total dispair, two gorgeous boys surface.

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Starting Over by Cathy Hopkins

 

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New term, new school – but India Jane isn’t looking forward to being the new girl in Year Eleven. Everyone else already has their circle of friends and India Jane feels like she’s on the outside looking in. At least she’s at the same school as Joe, the boy she met on holiday in Greece, and she’s hoping that they may become more than just friends.

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21 Questions

So, this is the first of many posts that I will, hopefully, be completing today 🙂

Yesterday I finally had my last exam so that means that I am now free from revision and have 3 whole months of summer 🙂 so I thought I would start it with some blog posts 🙂

Now my good friend Becky over at Blogs-Of-A-Bookaholic tagged me in a post a couple of weeks ago now with 21 questions that she passed on to me. And as I have been busy revising for my exams I am only now able to answer them 🙂

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This Way to Paradise by Cathy Hopkins

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Meet India Jane.

Known to her friends and big, chaotic family as Cinnamon Girl. Born in India, she’s lived all over the world. But what she really wants is to stop travelling and have a real home.

Just when it looks as though she’ll get her wish her father lands a job which means the family are on the move again. So India Jane is sent off to her aunt’s new age holiday centre for the summer. It could be paradise – but India Jane feels alone and confused.

Should she party with her rebellious cousin, Kate? Or search for inner peace with the meditation crowd? And will mystery boy Joe help India Jane discover where her true happiness lies?

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Canal Boating

So, wow, boating, where to begin…

Day 1

Number of locks: 8

Dinner: Penkridge, Cross Keys

So, nice long car journey to start the holiday. Left home at about 9:30 and we ended up picking the boat up at around 2. We did stop for some lunch on the way so it wasn’t constant travelling.

For the first day it wasn’t too bad, the locks had reasonable spaces between them. But I totally forgot how much your hands suffer when doing locks as you basically give yourself blisters. Such fun!

And I also managed to forget how small the single beds are! They are tiny. I managed to fit in it but not very comfortably. They’re probably about half the size of a normal single, I’m sure!

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