My thirty-eighth review is Walking The Walls by Chris Higgins.

This book was a total BARGAIN!!! Guess how much it was..


And it came with The Medusa Project; The Thief on the back!!

Good or what?!?!?!

Anyway, a short review for a short book.

This book was really good for the price it came at, though to be frank with you I don't think it had much potential (sorry to say).

It was about a boy called Felix (at first I though he was a she, and so it made no sense when he said he had his eye on a girl....) who falls in love with a Year 10. He's in Year 9, so it's not going to work, right?

Well you're wrong, because he is one of the oldest in his age group, and she's one of the youngest. And besides, just like that *clicks fingers* he's got a Sixth Form girlfriend.

Of course, Violet (that's the Year 10's name) is totally JEALOUS and HATES him.

And then he finds out the little ginger kid he took the Mick out of is her brother.


He explains all this Bob, Dick and Harry to her (it's a saying....) and eventually everything turns out alright again.

Of course, that isn't the end of the story as I wouldn't ruin it for you, because there's a sudden twist. but if I told you the sudden twist, it would totally defeat the object.

So I'm leaving you on a cliffhanger....


Anyway, I would rate this a 7/10 (4 for the quality, 3 for the storyline) and would recommend it for ANYONE. Honestly, I would- anyone could read it without finding it disturbing or -ists or rude.

So a great book all around (sort of).



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