A Bridge to Wiseman's Cove

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Reader reviewed by Jack

I read this book as a text at school. i really loved it. it has a really good storyline and some of the events that occur you can relate to. i love the way moloney describes emotions and feelings...you almost think your in the book!!
Anyway love the book **** 4stars
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Reader reviewed by filo

this is a great book. i am reading this for school at the moment and i am doing a missing report eassy on kerry Matt but the only thing is that it is a bit hard because i cant 500 words!!! but overall i love reading it!!! it was a nice book to read, my friends say that they cant be bothered reading it so i am encouraging them to read it!! i think the author did a really good job writing this novel. most books i have read at school have been boring but this one made me really interested and makes me want to read more about it [wishing it was a series].
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feel good emotion
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Reader reviewed by miko

This was a great book. Easy to read and also had a great story line behind it. I think the person who worte this is a genius. Shows a teenage point of view of life.

Book was emotional in a good way . IT made me fell good about myself.

couldnt put the book down
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this book has a great moral to it...
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Reader reviewed by elle

well 1st of all like many of the other reveiws on this site i had to read this book.. but i liked it alot unlike many people in my english class. im in yea 10 this year, im 15 and my family life isnt what you would call the best so for me could really relate to this book because althouogh it is made up it is really realaistic for people around Carl's age because we all go through rough patches.. just Carl's was alot worse. so i agree with what alot of other people are saying.. it is a really good book and you need to read it with an open mind other wise it wont sound as good. i have become really into alot of Jmes Molloney's books (i had to read "Lockie Lenard" last year) and well done to you because you made me fell as though there was someone else who knows what their talkig about.. elle
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excellant book
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Reader reviewed by sam

A bridge to wiseman's cove was a very interesting book. IT kept its story line and never got boring. My class and i read this book in class and the entire class read it when they could it was just so interesting. I reccomend to buy it or rent it from your library.
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WOW IT STARTED WITH A BANG!
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Reader reviewed by Claz

Wow it started with a bang. This book I loved. It was so interesting and every page kept me enthralled hence I never wanted to put it down. But the interesting thing is I hate reading until I read his book.

I got this book as another boring English assignment but luckily I was wrong. The book had uprising issues that teenagers faced everyday. James Moloney hit the nail on the head with this book. I rate it 4 out of 5! It is a MUST read.
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A Bridge To Wiseman's Cove
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Reader reviewed by cooks

when first reading this book i was stunned. i found it had mixed emotions. however once studying the book i found it mind blowing at how detailed the plot is. a lot of writing techniques are shown within the book. eg pg75/76 i found up to 20 different techniques used. from similes to metaphors to imagerary and heavy decriptive paragraphs. slang right the way throught to formal language. over all it was a fantastic read.
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Great job Mr Moloney!!!
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Reader reviewed by Emma

A Bridge to Wiseman's Cove was a great book as it demonstrates alot oF different issues. Carl saves the red barge, whilst he learns about himself. Releasing the Osprey was the best part as he learnt that he is very simular to the bird, hurt/wounded needs healing, seeing the Osprey free and allowed to be free makes him feel alive whilst sharing emotions with bird.

The book was great!!!There should be A Bridge to Wiseman's Cove 2!!
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ITS ALL RIGHT, I KIND OF LIKED IT
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Reader reviewed by NAOMI

i think that this book was put out to target those who have lost their loved ones or that their loved one has abandoned them. This book is alright FOR THOSE WHO LIKE THE BOOK and even if you dnt you can try to be commited to reading because you may need it for years to come.......
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This was the best book that I have ever had to read for a school assignment
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Reader reviewed by Casey

I thought that this was a fantastic book and whoever wrote that terrible comment obviously didnt understand the concept. It was a book about feeling, it was unisex so anybody could read it and be interested and I think that I would definitely reccomend this book to anyone who likes a good, realistic and relating story. It is about a boy called Carl who's mother runs away. He has a brother called Harley and a sister called Sara who also ran away because she didnt want to look after her brothers for the rest of her life.

Carl tackles some moving issues that if you thought about it, you wouldnt want to be in his shoes and I mean ever. At the start his life is a mess but he gets through some pretty tough times with a curse upon his entire family that his grandfather started but obviousy never ended. READ IT!
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