Anita Bensoussane wrote:I watched Paperhouse and enjoyed it, but some details of the storyline were changed.
Once I had found my balance I set off, to a ripple of poorly suppressed giggles, and cycled down the narrow concrete road... The wind flapped my trousers, and my knees were up around my ears as I pedalled. It was marvellous!... It felt like living. If Enid Blyton had written a book about the policeman that Dick from the Famous Five would grow up to be, I could not have been a million miles from that vision. All that was missing was Timmy the dog running alongside me, and a knapsack on my back containing a bottle of ginger beer and a brown paper parcel of jam sandwiches.
Kate Mary wrote:I've just got round to reading Well Done Denehurst by Gwendoline Courtney, the sequel to The Denehurst Secret Service and I'm finding it hard to put down.
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