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A Bridge To Wiseman’s Cove is a young-adult novel by Australian author James Moloney. It has won the CBCA book of the year for older readers when it was first published, and as such people would expect that this would be a pretty good book. Well, the average rating on Goodreads hovers just above the three star mark, and I kid you not, for a book that almost has a thousand ratings, it is by far the lowest I have yet seen. I can say that reading the book was not an enjoyable experience and unless your school teacher has forced it upon you, there is much better YA literature out there. All thoughts and options are my own, they are not meant to offend or hurt anyone.

My experience with Moloney on the whole has not been great, and before I had yet begun this book, I was dreading that it would be bad, and yes, by just looking at my rating, it was bad. The writing was miserable, the main character was annoying, and dare I say it, whiny, and the plot was uninteresting and lacks in energy. This book is targeted towards young-adults, yes great. How do you get people who read little enough as it is to read more? Slow pacing, boring characters, heavy descriptions and a plot that never goes anywhere, genius! No one wants a riveting storyline with badass yet funny characters and writing that will keep you on the edge of your seat. Of course not, we don’t want that.

The writing in this book is horrendous in every way. It is slow, boring and bland. The author’s use of metaphors and similes were infuriating. He is far too over exaggerated in many of the things he writes. At one point he compares the amount of damage a bike has done to Genghis Khan. My issue with this is that how many thirteen year old’s are actually aware of who Genghis Khan is, and yes, I understand it is hyperbole, but the whole point of YA is to make them feel like they can relate to the writing and the story, not making them feel like they are reading a history textbook. Furthermore, for a book of its genre, there is too much descriptions of everything, and far too less of everything else. This makes everything really slow and the story never actually really picks up at all. The prelude was useless until the last page of the book and aside from the the first and last few dozen pages, very little happens at all.

There is this constant battle between these two barges that sees both them going back and forth for effectively the entire book and the way it was resolved was very bland and was up to no brilliance from the characters. This is somewhat of a romance, and possibly even a love triangle if one could call it that, the trouble with this though is that it never goes beyond holding hands and some cuddling. In general, there could have been so much depth to the story and it could have been so much better, but it wasn’t, and perhaps I can’t stand his writing style or that the prospect of a guy with his barge bores me, but nothing else happens! Carl starts washing cars on the barge and he is still doing the same thing two hundred pages later. Aside from some slight character development, there’s not much left to the story.

The characters. I do not even want to think about the characters, they are that wretched. Carl is stated to be a ‘lumpy fifteen-year-old.’ Ok, I’m cool with that, complete fine, but that’s not all, he’s also a pervert and it is the creepiest thing and makes him feel like a fifty year old pedophile. He trails this girl and spies on her, he creeps in and hides when trying to listen in to conversations and later, when she is nude and sleeping, instead of walking away, he stand there and ogles her. It is wrong, it is creepy and he did it again hundreds of pages later. But no, that’s not even the worst part of it.

Carl’s Mum abandons them every once in a while, Carl’s older sister, Sarah also ditches them for Europe(it is set in Australia), his brother Harley is a thief, Aunt Beryl is an alcoholic and gambles, so Moloney, congratulations on creating the most annoying and hate worthy crew of characters. Skip and Bruce are prone to temper tantrums, and Nathan is a bully. The nicer characters, like Joy, Justine and Maddie get overshadowed by the people who are annoying, whining and unlikeable, so, well done. Do they improve, well yes, but actually no. Aunt Beryl and Bruce ditch the town at the end, Nathan and Maddie don’t actually appear at the end, Skip has let go of the past at least and Carl cries the entire time.

It mentions issues such as being overweight, but is not necessarily dealt with as Carl is bullied for his stature but after months of work, is looses lots of his weight and bam, problem solved, which escapes the hard reality.

It is unfortunately not a very good book from my perspective, and I’m aware that there are people that have loved its so it can’t be entirely terrible, but I would give it a pass. 1.5/10

Edit: It is riddled with grammatical errors including missing quotation marks, missing words and misplaced use of quotation marks.

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my experience with moloney on the whole has not been great, and before i had yet begun this book, i was dreading that it would be bad, and yes, by just looking at my rating, it was bad. the writing was miserable, the main character was annoying, and dare i say it, whiny, and the plot was uninteresting and lacks in energy. this book is targeted towards young-adults, yes great. how do you get people who read little enough as it is to read more? slow pacing, boring characters, heavy descriptions and a plot that never goes anywhere, genius! no one wants a riveting storyline with badass yet funny characters and writing that will keep you on the edge of your seat. of course not, we don’t want that.

the writing in this book is horrendous in every way. it is slow, boring and bland. the author’s use of metaphors and similes were infuriating. he is far too over exaggerated in many of the things he writes. at one point he compares the amount of damage a bike has done to genghis khan. my issue with this is that how many thirteen year old’s are actually aware of who genghis khan is, and yes, i understand it is hyperbole, but the whole point of ya is to make them feel like they can relate to the writing and the story, not making them feel like they are reading a history textbook. furthermore, for a book of its genre, there is too much descriptions of everything, and far too less of everything else. this makes everything really slow and the story never actually really picks up at all. the prelude was useless until the last page of the book and aside from the the first and last few dozen pages, very little happens at all.

there is this constant battle between these two barges that sees both them going back and forth for effectively the entire book and the way it was resolved was very bland and was up to no brilliance from the characters. this is somewhat of a romance, and possibly even a love triangle if one could call it that, the trouble with this though is that it never goes beyond holding hands and some cuddling. in general, there could have been so much depth to the story and it could have been so much better, but it wasn’t, and perhaps i can’t stand his writing style or that the prospect of a guy with his barge bores me, but nothing else happens! carl starts washing cars on the barge and he is still doing the same thing two hundred pages later. aside from some slight character development, there’s not much left to the story.

the characters. i do not even want to think about the characters, they are that wretched. carl is stated to be a ‘lumpy fifteen-year-old.’ ok, i’m cool with that, complete fine, but that’s not all, he’s also a pervert and it is the creepiest thing and makes him feel like a fifty year old pedophile. he trails this girl and spies on her, he creeps in and hides when trying to listen in to conversations and later, when she is nude and sleeping, instead of walking away, he stand there and ogles her. it is wrong, it is creepy and he did it again hundreds of pages later. but no, that’s not even the worst part of it.

carl’s mum abandons them every once in a while, carl’s older sister, sarah also ditches them for europe(it is set in australia), his brother harley is a thief, aunt beryl is an alcoholic and gambles, so moloney, congratulations on creating the most annoying and hate worthy crew of characters. skip and bruce are prone to temper tantrums, and nathan is a bully. the nicer characters, like joy, justine and maddie get overshadowed by the people who are annoying, whining and unlikeable, so, well done. do they improve, well yes, but actually no. aunt beryl and bruce ditch the town at the end, nathan and maddie don’t actually appear at the end, skip has let go of the past at least and carl cries the entire time.

it mentions issues such as being overweight, but is not necessarily dealt with as carl is bullied for his stature but after months of work, is looses lots of his weight and bam, problem solved, which escapes the hard reality.

it is unfortunately not a very good book from my perspective, and i’m aware that there are people that have loved its so it can’t be entirely terrible, but i would give it a pass. 1.5/10

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my experience with moloney on the whole has not been great, and before i had yet begun this book, i was dreading that it would be bad, and yes, by just looking at my rating, it was bad. the writing was miserable, the main character was annoying, and dare i say it, whiny, and the plot was uninteresting and lacks in energy. this book is targeted towards young-adults, yes great. how do you get people who read little enough as it is to read more? slow pacing, boring characters, heavy descriptions and a plot that never goes anywhere, genius! no one wants a riveting storyline with badass yet funny characters and writing that will keep you on the edge of your seat. of course not, we don’t want that.

the writing in this book is horrendous in every way. it is slow, boring and bland. the author’s use of metaphors and similes were infuriating. he is far too over exaggerated in many of the things he writes. at one point he compares the amount of damage a bike has done to genghis khan. my issue with this is that how many thirteen year old’s are actually aware of who genghis khan is, and yes, i understand it is hyperbole, but the whole point of ya is to make them feel like they can relate to the writing and the story, not making them feel like they are reading a history textbook. furthermore, for a book of its genre, there is too much descriptions of everything, and far too less of everything else. this makes everything really slow and the story never actually really picks up at all. the prelude was useless until the last page of the book and aside from the the first and last few dozen pages, very little happens at all.

there is this constant battle between these two barges that sees both them going back and forth for effectively the entire book and the way it was resolved was very bland and was up to no brilliance from the characters. this is somewhat of a romance, and possibly even a love triangle if one could call it that, the trouble with this though is that it never goes beyond holding hands and some cuddling. in general, there could have been so much depth to the story and it could have been so much better, but it wasn’t, and perhaps i can’t stand his writing style or that the prospect of a guy with his barge bores me, but nothing else happens! carl starts washing cars on the barge and he is still doing the same thing two hundred pages later. aside from some slight character development, there’s not much left to the story.

the characters. i do not even want to think about the characters, they are that wretched. carl is stated to be a ‘lumpy fifteen-year-old.’ ok, i’m cool with that, complete fine, but that’s not all, he’s also a pervert and it is the creepiest thing and makes him feel like a fifty year old pedophile. he trails this girl and spies on her, he creeps in and hides when trying to listen in to conversations and later, when she is nude and sleeping, instead of walking away, he stand there and ogles her. it is wrong, it is creepy and he did it again hundreds of pages later. but no, that’s not even the worst part of it.

carl’s mum abandons them every once in a while, carl’s older sister, sarah also ditches them for europe(it is set in australia), his brother harley is a thief, aunt beryl is an alcoholic and gambles, so moloney, congratulations on creating the most annoying and hate worthy crew of characters. skip and bruce are prone to temper tantrums, and nathan is a bully. the nicer characters, like joy, justine and maddie get overshadowed by the people who are annoying, whining and unlikeable, so, well done. do they improve, well yes, but actually no. aunt beryl and bruce ditch the town at the end, nathan and maddie don’t actually appear at the end, skip has let go of the past at least and carl cries the entire time.

it mentions issues such as being overweight, but is not necessarily dealt with as carl is bullied for his stature but after months of work, is looses lots of his weight and bam, problem solved, which escapes the hard reality.

it is unfortunately not a very good book from my perspective, and i’m aware that there are people that have loved its so it can’t be entirely terrible, but i would give it a pass. 1.5/10

edit: it is riddled with grammatical errors including missing quotation marks, missing words and misplaced use of quotation marks. years. Hamilton city council was installing a system to convert 241 the gases produced by the landfill into electricity. The original author list and 241 affiliation s should be included after the title. I have 241 a lexmark the tape trick worked great for me. A bridge to wiseman’s cove is a young-adult novel by australian author james moloney. it has won the cbca book of the year for older readers when it was first published, and as such people would expect that this would be a pretty good book. well, the average rating on goodreads hovers just above the three star mark, and i kid you not, for a book that almost has a thousand ratings, it is by far the lowest i have yet seen. i can say that reading the book was not an enjoyable experience and unless your school teacher has forced it upon you, there is much better ya literature out there. all thoughts and options are my own, they are not meant to offend or hurt anyone.

my experience with moloney on the whole has not been great, and before i had yet begun this book, i was dreading that it would be bad, and yes, by just looking at my rating, it was bad. the writing was miserable, the main character was annoying, and dare i say it, whiny, and the plot was uninteresting and lacks in energy. this book is targeted towards young-adults, yes great. how do you get people who read little enough as it is to read more? slow pacing, boring characters, heavy descriptions and a plot that never goes anywhere, genius! no one wants a riveting storyline with badass yet funny characters and writing that will keep you on the edge of your seat. of course not, we don’t want that.

the writing in this book is horrendous in every way. it is slow, boring and bland. the author’s use of metaphors and similes were infuriating. he is far too over exaggerated in many of the things he writes. at one point he compares the amount of damage a bike has done to genghis khan. my issue with this is that how many thirteen year old’s are actually aware of who genghis khan is, and yes, i understand it is hyperbole, but the whole point of ya is to make them feel like they can relate to the writing and the story, not making them feel like they are reading a history textbook. furthermore, for a book of its genre, there is too much descriptions of everything, and far too less of everything else. this makes everything really slow and the story never actually really picks up at all. the prelude was useless until the last page of the book and aside from the the first and last few dozen pages, very little happens at all.

there is this constant battle between these two barges that sees both them going back and forth for effectively the entire book and the way it was resolved was very bland and was up to no brilliance from the characters. this is somewhat of a romance, and possibly even a love triangle if one could call it that, the trouble with this though is that it never goes beyond holding hands and some cuddling. in general, there could have been so much depth to the story and it could have been so much better, but it wasn’t, and perhaps i can’t stand his writing style or that the prospect of a guy with his barge bores me, but nothing else happens! carl starts washing cars on the barge and he is still doing the same thing two hundred pages later. aside from some slight character development, there’s not much left to the story.

the characters. i do not even want to think about the characters, they are that wretched. carl is stated to be a ‘lumpy fifteen-year-old.’ ok, i’m cool with that, complete fine, but that’s not all, he’s also a pervert and it is the creepiest thing and makes him feel like a fifty year old pedophile. he trails this girl and spies on her, he creeps in and hides when trying to listen in to conversations and later, when she is nude and sleeping, instead of walking away, he stand there and ogles her. it is wrong, it is creepy and he did it again hundreds of pages later. but no, that’s not even the worst part of it.

carl’s mum abandons them every once in a while, carl’s older sister, sarah also ditches them for europe(it is set in australia), his brother harley is a thief, aunt beryl is an alcoholic and gambles, so moloney, congratulations on creating the most annoying and hate worthy crew of characters. skip and bruce are prone to temper tantrums, and nathan is a bully. the nicer characters, like joy, justine and maddie get overshadowed by the people who are annoying, whining and unlikeable, so, well done. do they improve, well yes, but actually no. aunt beryl and bruce ditch the town at the end, nathan and maddie don’t actually appear at the end, skip has let go of the past at least and carl cries the entire time.

it mentions issues such as being overweight, but is not necessarily dealt with as carl is bullied for his stature but after months of work, is looses lots of his weight and bam, problem solved, which escapes the hard reality.

it is unfortunately not a very good book from my perspective, and i’m aware that there are people that have loved its so it can’t be entirely terrible, but i would give it a pass. 1.5/10

edit: it is riddled with grammatical errors including missing quotation marks, missing words and misplaced use of quotation marks. diablo hd - belzebub is a mod for the original diablo blizzard, that, besides adding lots of monsters, spells, and objects, also improves the resolution by adapting it to more modern screens. Its first single 241 "labios de miel" is a smooth latin pop song. A bridge to wiseman’s cove is a young-adult novel by australian author james moloney. it has won the cbca book of the year for older readers when it was first published, and as such people would expect that this would be a pretty good book. well, the average rating on goodreads hovers just above the three star mark, and i kid you not, for a book that almost has a thousand ratings, it is by far the lowest i have yet seen. i can say that reading the book was not an enjoyable experience and unless your school teacher has forced it upon you, there is much better ya literature out there. all thoughts and options are my own, they are not meant to offend or hurt anyone.

my experience with moloney on the whole has not been great, and before i had yet begun this book, i was dreading that it would be bad, and yes, by just looking at my rating, it was bad. the writing was miserable, the main character was annoying, and dare i say it, whiny, and the plot was uninteresting and lacks in energy. this book is targeted towards young-adults, yes great. how do you get people who read little enough as it is to read more? slow pacing, boring characters, heavy descriptions and a plot that never goes anywhere, genius! no one wants a riveting storyline with badass yet funny characters and writing that will keep you on the edge of your seat. of course not, we don’t want that.

the writing in this book is horrendous in every way. it is slow, boring and bland. the author’s use of metaphors and similes were infuriating. he is far too over exaggerated in many of the things he writes. at one point he compares the amount of damage a bike has done to genghis khan. my issue with this is that how many thirteen year old’s are actually aware of who genghis khan is, and yes, i understand it is hyperbole, but the whole point of ya is to make them feel like they can relate to the writing and the story, not making them feel like they are reading a history textbook. furthermore, for a book of its genre, there is too much descriptions of everything, and far too less of everything else. this makes everything really slow and the story never actually really picks up at all. the prelude was useless until the last page of the book and aside from the the first and last few dozen pages, very little happens at all.

there is this constant battle between these two barges that sees both them going back and forth for effectively the entire book and the way it was resolved was very bland and was up to no brilliance from the characters. this is somewhat of a romance, and possibly even a love triangle if one could call it that, the trouble with this though is that it never goes beyond holding hands and some cuddling. in general, there could have been so much depth to the story and it could have been so much better, but it wasn’t, and perhaps i can’t stand his writing style or that the prospect of a guy with his barge bores me, but nothing else happens! carl starts washing cars on the barge and he is still doing the same thing two hundred pages later. aside from some slight character development, there’s not much left to the story.

the characters. i do not even want to think about the characters, they are that wretched. carl is stated to be a ‘lumpy fifteen-year-old.’ ok, i’m cool with that, complete fine, but that’s not all, he’s also a pervert and it is the creepiest thing and makes him feel like a fifty year old pedophile. he trails this girl and spies on her, he creeps in and hides when trying to listen in to conversations and later, when she is nude and sleeping, instead of walking away, he stand there and ogles her. it is wrong, it is creepy and he did it again hundreds of pages later. but no, that’s not even the worst part of it.

carl’s mum abandons them every once in a while, carl’s older sister, sarah also ditches them for europe(it is set in australia), his brother harley is a thief, aunt beryl is an alcoholic and gambles, so moloney, congratulations on creating the most annoying and hate worthy crew of characters. skip and bruce are prone to temper tantrums, and nathan is a bully. the nicer characters, like joy, justine and maddie get overshadowed by the people who are annoying, whining and unlikeable, so, well done. do they improve, well yes, but actually no. aunt beryl and bruce ditch the town at the end, nathan and maddie don’t actually appear at the end, skip has let go of the past at least and carl cries the entire time.

it mentions issues such as being overweight, but is not necessarily dealt with as carl is bullied for his stature but after months of work, is looses lots of his weight and bam, problem solved, which escapes the hard reality.

it is unfortunately not a very good book from my perspective, and i’m aware that there are people that have loved its so it can’t be entirely terrible, but i would give it a pass. 1.5/10

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my experience with moloney on the whole has not been great, and before i had yet begun this book, i was dreading that it would be bad, and yes, by just looking at my rating, it was bad. the writing was miserable, the main character was annoying, and dare i say it, whiny, and the plot was uninteresting and lacks in energy. this book is targeted towards young-adults, yes great. how do you get people who read little enough as it is to read more? slow pacing, boring characters, heavy descriptions and a plot that never goes anywhere, genius! no one wants a riveting storyline with badass yet funny characters and writing that will keep you on the edge of your seat. of course not, we don’t want that.

the writing in this book is horrendous in every way. it is slow, boring and bland. the author’s use of metaphors and similes were infuriating. he is far too over exaggerated in many of the things he writes. at one point he compares the amount of damage a bike has done to genghis khan. my issue with this is that how many thirteen year old’s are actually aware of who genghis khan is, and yes, i understand it is hyperbole, but the whole point of ya is to make them feel like they can relate to the writing and the story, not making them feel like they are reading a history textbook. furthermore, for a book of its genre, there is too much descriptions of everything, and far too less of everything else. this makes everything really slow and the story never actually really picks up at all. the prelude was useless until the last page of the book and aside from the the first and last few dozen pages, very little happens at all.

there is this constant battle between these two barges that sees both them going back and forth for effectively the entire book and the way it was resolved was very bland and was up to no brilliance from the characters. this is somewhat of a romance, and possibly even a love triangle if one could call it that, the trouble with this though is that it never goes beyond holding hands and some cuddling. in general, there could have been so much depth to the story and it could have been so much better, but it wasn’t, and perhaps i can’t stand his writing style or that the prospect of a guy with his barge bores me, but nothing else happens! carl starts washing cars on the barge and he is still doing the same thing two hundred pages later. aside from some slight character development, there’s not much left to the story.

the characters. i do not even want to think about the characters, they are that wretched. carl is stated to be a ‘lumpy fifteen-year-old.’ ok, i’m cool with that, complete fine, but that’s not all, he’s also a pervert and it is the creepiest thing and makes him feel like a fifty year old pedophile. he trails this girl and spies on her, he creeps in and hides when trying to listen in to conversations and later, when she is nude and sleeping, instead of walking away, he stand there and ogles her. it is wrong, it is creepy and he did it again hundreds of pages later. but no, that’s not even the worst part of it.

carl’s mum abandons them every once in a while, carl’s older sister, sarah also ditches them for europe(it is set in australia), his brother harley is a thief, aunt beryl is an alcoholic and gambles, so moloney, congratulations on creating the most annoying and hate worthy crew of characters. skip and bruce are prone to temper tantrums, and nathan is a bully. the nicer characters, like joy, justine and maddie get overshadowed by the people who are annoying, whining and unlikeable, so, well done. do they improve, well yes, but actually no. aunt beryl and bruce ditch the town at the end, nathan and maddie don’t actually appear at the end, skip has let go of the past at least and carl cries the entire time.

it mentions issues such as being overweight, but is not necessarily dealt with as carl is bullied for his stature but after months of work, is looses lots of his weight and bam, problem solved, which escapes the hard reality.

it is unfortunately not a very good book from my perspective, and i’m aware that there are people that have loved its so it can’t be entirely terrible, but i would give it a pass. 1.5/10

edit: it is riddled with grammatical errors including missing quotation marks, missing words and misplaced use of quotation marks.
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my experience with moloney on the whole has not been great, and before i had yet begun this book, i was dreading that it would be bad, and yes, by just looking at my rating, it was bad. the writing was miserable, the main character was annoying, and dare i say it, whiny, and the plot was uninteresting and lacks in energy. this book is targeted towards young-adults, yes great. how do you get people who read little enough as it is to read more? slow pacing, boring characters, heavy descriptions and a plot that never goes anywhere, genius! no one wants a riveting storyline with badass yet funny characters and writing that will keep you on the edge of your seat. of course not, we don’t want that.

the writing in this book is horrendous in every way. it is slow, boring and bland. the author’s use of metaphors and similes were infuriating. he is far too over exaggerated in many of the things he writes. at one point he compares the amount of damage a bike has done to genghis khan. my issue with this is that how many thirteen year old’s are actually aware of who genghis khan is, and yes, i understand it is hyperbole, but the whole point of ya is to make them feel like they can relate to the writing and the story, not making them feel like they are reading a history textbook. furthermore, for a book of its genre, there is too much descriptions of everything, and far too less of everything else. this makes everything really slow and the story never actually really picks up at all. the prelude was useless until the last page of the book and aside from the the first and last few dozen pages, very little happens at all.

there is this constant battle between these two barges that sees both them going back and forth for effectively the entire book and the way it was resolved was very bland and was up to no brilliance from the characters. this is somewhat of a romance, and possibly even a love triangle if one could call it that, the trouble with this though is that it never goes beyond holding hands and some cuddling. in general, there could have been so much depth to the story and it could have been so much better, but it wasn’t, and perhaps i can’t stand his writing style or that the prospect of a guy with his barge bores me, but nothing else happens! carl starts washing cars on the barge and he is still doing the same thing two hundred pages later. aside from some slight character development, there’s not much left to the story.

the characters. i do not even want to think about the characters, they are that wretched. carl is stated to be a ‘lumpy fifteen-year-old.’ ok, i’m cool with that, complete fine, but that’s not all, he’s also a pervert and it is the creepiest thing and makes him feel like a fifty year old pedophile. he trails this girl and spies on her, he creeps in and hides when trying to listen in to conversations and later, when she is nude and sleeping, instead of walking away, he stand there and ogles her. it is wrong, it is creepy and he did it again hundreds of pages later. but no, that’s not even the worst part of it.

carl’s mum abandons them every once in a while, carl’s older sister, sarah also ditches them for europe(it is set in australia), his brother harley is a thief, aunt beryl is an alcoholic and gambles, so moloney, congratulations on creating the most annoying and hate worthy crew of characters. skip and bruce are prone to temper tantrums, and nathan is a bully. the nicer characters, like joy, justine and maddie get overshadowed by the people who are annoying, whining and unlikeable, so, well done. do they improve, well yes, but actually no. aunt beryl and bruce ditch the town at the end, nathan and maddie don’t actually appear at the end, skip has let go of the past at least and carl cries the entire time.

it mentions issues such as being overweight, but is not necessarily dealt with as carl is bullied for his stature but after months of work, is looses lots of his weight and bam, problem solved, which escapes the hard reality.

it is unfortunately not a very good book from my perspective, and i’m aware that there are people that have loved its so it can’t be entirely terrible, but i would give it a pass. 1.5/10

edit: it is riddled with grammatical errors including missing quotation marks, missing words and misplaced use of quotation marks. with maintenance. Entire swaths of the city, including much of hancock park, country club park, the ambassador district and a bridge to wiseman’s cove is a young-adult novel by australian author james moloney. it has won the cbca book of the year for older readers when it was first published, and as such people would expect that this would be a pretty good book. well, the average rating on goodreads hovers just above the three star mark, and i kid you not, for a book that almost has a thousand ratings, it is by far the lowest i have yet seen. i can say that reading the book was not an enjoyable experience and unless your school teacher has forced it upon you, there is much better ya literature out there. all thoughts and options are my own, they are not meant to offend or hurt anyone.

my experience with moloney on the whole has not been great, and before i had yet begun this book, i was dreading that it would be bad, and yes, by just looking at my rating, it was bad. the writing was miserable, the main character was annoying, and dare i say it, whiny, and the plot was uninteresting and lacks in energy. this book is targeted towards young-adults, yes great. how do you get people who read little enough as it is to read more? slow pacing, boring characters, heavy descriptions and a plot that never goes anywhere, genius! no one wants a riveting storyline with badass yet funny characters and writing that will keep you on the edge of your seat. of course not, we don’t want that.

the writing in this book is horrendous in every way. it is slow, boring and bland. the author’s use of metaphors and similes were infuriating. he is far too over exaggerated in many of the things he writes. at one point he compares the amount of damage a bike has done to genghis khan. my issue with this is that how many thirteen year old’s are actually aware of who genghis khan is, and yes, i understand it is hyperbole, but the whole point of ya is to make them feel like they can relate to the writing and the story, not making them feel like they are reading a history textbook. furthermore, for a book of its genre, there is too much descriptions of everything, and far too less of everything else. this makes everything really slow and the story never actually really picks up at all. the prelude was useless until the last page of the book and aside from the the first and last few dozen pages, very little happens at all.

there is this constant battle between these two barges that sees both them going back and forth for effectively the entire book and the way it was resolved was very bland and was up to no brilliance from the characters. this is somewhat of a romance, and possibly even a love triangle if one could call it that, the trouble with this though is that it never goes beyond holding hands and some cuddling. in general, there could have been so much depth to the story and it could have been so much better, but it wasn’t, and perhaps i can’t stand his writing style or that the prospect of a guy with his barge bores me, but nothing else happens! carl starts washing cars on the barge and he is still doing the same thing two hundred pages later. aside from some slight character development, there’s not much left to the story.

the characters. i do not even want to think about the characters, they are that wretched. carl is stated to be a ‘lumpy fifteen-year-old.’ ok, i’m cool with that, complete fine, but that’s not all, he’s also a pervert and it is the creepiest thing and makes him feel like a fifty year old pedophile. he trails this girl and spies on her, he creeps in and hides when trying to listen in to conversations and later, when she is nude and sleeping, instead of walking away, he stand there and ogles her. it is wrong, it is creepy and he did it again hundreds of pages later. but no, that’s not even the worst part of it.

carl’s mum abandons them every once in a while, carl’s older sister, sarah also ditches them for europe(it is set in australia), his brother harley is a thief, aunt beryl is an alcoholic and gambles, so moloney, congratulations on creating the most annoying and hate worthy crew of characters. skip and bruce are prone to temper tantrums, and nathan is a bully. the nicer characters, like joy, justine and maddie get overshadowed by the people who are annoying, whining and unlikeable, so, well done. do they improve, well yes, but actually no. aunt beryl and bruce ditch the town at the end, nathan and maddie don’t actually appear at the end, skip has let go of the past at least and carl cries the entire time.

it mentions issues such as being overweight, but is not necessarily dealt with as carl is bullied for his stature but after months of work, is looses lots of his weight and bam, problem solved, which escapes the hard reality.

it is unfortunately not a very good book from my perspective, and i’m aware that there are people that have loved its so it can’t be entirely terrible, but i would give it a pass. 1.5/10

edit: it is riddled with grammatical errors including missing quotation marks, missing words and misplaced use of quotation marks. the pico-union area, were paved with the pins, solid, shiny surfaces pebbled like the skin of a basketball — neighborhoods where the fire escapes now were blanketed with cabbage leaves in the fall, clotheslines like mine bristled with drying fish, the silence of dawn punctuated with the steady, rhythmic pounding of garlic in wooden mortars. Although police brutality a bridge to wiseman’s cove is a young-adult novel by australian author james moloney. it has won the cbca book of the year for older readers when it was first published, and as such people would expect that this would be a pretty good book. well, the average rating on goodreads hovers just above the three star mark, and i kid you not, for a book that almost has a thousand ratings, it is by far the lowest i have yet seen. i can say that reading the book was not an enjoyable experience and unless your school teacher has forced it upon you, there is much better ya literature out there. all thoughts and options are my own, they are not meant to offend or hurt anyone.

my experience with moloney on the whole has not been great, and before i had yet begun this book, i was dreading that it would be bad, and yes, by just looking at my rating, it was bad. the writing was miserable, the main character was annoying, and dare i say it, whiny, and the plot was uninteresting and lacks in energy. this book is targeted towards young-adults, yes great. how do you get people who read little enough as it is to read more? slow pacing, boring characters, heavy descriptions and a plot that never goes anywhere, genius! no one wants a riveting storyline with badass yet funny characters and writing that will keep you on the edge of your seat. of course not, we don’t want that.

the writing in this book is horrendous in every way. it is slow, boring and bland. the author’s use of metaphors and similes were infuriating. he is far too over exaggerated in many of the things he writes. at one point he compares the amount of damage a bike has done to genghis khan. my issue with this is that how many thirteen year old’s are actually aware of who genghis khan is, and yes, i understand it is hyperbole, but the whole point of ya is to make them feel like they can relate to the writing and the story, not making them feel like they are reading a history textbook. furthermore, for a book of its genre, there is too much descriptions of everything, and far too less of everything else. this makes everything really slow and the story never actually really picks up at all. the prelude was useless until the last page of the book and aside from the the first and last few dozen pages, very little happens at all.

there is this constant battle between these two barges that sees both them going back and forth for effectively the entire book and the way it was resolved was very bland and was up to no brilliance from the characters. this is somewhat of a romance, and possibly even a love triangle if one could call it that, the trouble with this though is that it never goes beyond holding hands and some cuddling. in general, there could have been so much depth to the story and it could have been so much better, but it wasn’t, and perhaps i can’t stand his writing style or that the prospect of a guy with his barge bores me, but nothing else happens! carl starts washing cars on the barge and he is still doing the same thing two hundred pages later. aside from some slight character development, there’s not much left to the story.

the characters. i do not even want to think about the characters, they are that wretched. carl is stated to be a ‘lumpy fifteen-year-old.’ ok, i’m cool with that, complete fine, but that’s not all, he’s also a pervert and it is the creepiest thing and makes him feel like a fifty year old pedophile. he trails this girl and spies on her, he creeps in and hides when trying to listen in to conversations and later, when she is nude and sleeping, instead of walking away, he stand there and ogles her. it is wrong, it is creepy and he did it again hundreds of pages later. but no, that’s not even the worst part of it.

carl’s mum abandons them every once in a while, carl’s older sister, sarah also ditches them for europe(it is set in australia), his brother harley is a thief, aunt beryl is an alcoholic and gambles, so moloney, congratulations on creating the most annoying and hate worthy crew of characters. skip and bruce are prone to temper tantrums, and nathan is a bully. the nicer characters, like joy, justine and maddie get overshadowed by the people who are annoying, whining and unlikeable, so, well done. do they improve, well yes, but actually no. aunt beryl and bruce ditch the town at the end, nathan and maddie don’t actually appear at the end, skip has let go of the past at least and carl cries the entire time.

it mentions issues such as being overweight, but is not necessarily dealt with as carl is bullied for his stature but after months of work, is looses lots of his weight and bam, problem solved, which escapes the hard reality.

it is unfortunately not a very good book from my perspective, and i’m aware that there are people that have loved its so it can’t be entirely terrible, but i would give it a pass. 1.5/10

edit: it is riddled with grammatical errors including missing quotation marks, missing words and misplaced use of quotation marks. against african americans had become a serious problem in many urban areas by the midth century, most whites remained unaware of it until about the mids, in large part because most large-city newspapers whose readerships were primarily white did not consider it newsworthy. Kyrgios had a great run this week though, a complete 241 turnaround from his form earlier this summer, where he looked glum and out of focus. This includes: share evidenced based commentary on football issues disseminate peer reviewed 241 research on football open debate around key issues in related to football all research published on the football collectives is edited by the collective board. Spy software can be installed on your pc remotely, 241 without physical access to your pc. She is a a bridge to wiseman’s cove is a young-adult novel by australian author james moloney. it has won the cbca book of the year for older readers when it was first published, and as such people would expect that this would be a pretty good book. well, the average rating on goodreads hovers just above the three star mark, and i kid you not, for a book that almost has a thousand ratings, it is by far the lowest i have yet seen. i can say that reading the book was not an enjoyable experience and unless your school teacher has forced it upon you, there is much better ya literature out there. all thoughts and options are my own, they are not meant to offend or hurt anyone.

my experience with moloney on the whole has not been great, and before i had yet begun this book, i was dreading that it would be bad, and yes, by just looking at my rating, it was bad. the writing was miserable, the main character was annoying, and dare i say it, whiny, and the plot was uninteresting and lacks in energy. this book is targeted towards young-adults, yes great. how do you get people who read little enough as it is to read more? slow pacing, boring characters, heavy descriptions and a plot that never goes anywhere, genius! no one wants a riveting storyline with badass yet funny characters and writing that will keep you on the edge of your seat. of course not, we don’t want that.

the writing in this book is horrendous in every way. it is slow, boring and bland. the author’s use of metaphors and similes were infuriating. he is far too over exaggerated in many of the things he writes. at one point he compares the amount of damage a bike has done to genghis khan. my issue with this is that how many thirteen year old’s are actually aware of who genghis khan is, and yes, i understand it is hyperbole, but the whole point of ya is to make them feel like they can relate to the writing and the story, not making them feel like they are reading a history textbook. furthermore, for a book of its genre, there is too much descriptions of everything, and far too less of everything else. this makes everything really slow and the story never actually really picks up at all. the prelude was useless until the last page of the book and aside from the the first and last few dozen pages, very little happens at all.

there is this constant battle between these two barges that sees both them going back and forth for effectively the entire book and the way it was resolved was very bland and was up to no brilliance from the characters. this is somewhat of a romance, and possibly even a love triangle if one could call it that, the trouble with this though is that it never goes beyond holding hands and some cuddling. in general, there could have been so much depth to the story and it could have been so much better, but it wasn’t, and perhaps i can’t stand his writing style or that the prospect of a guy with his barge bores me, but nothing else happens! carl starts washing cars on the barge and he is still doing the same thing two hundred pages later. aside from some slight character development, there’s not much left to the story.

the characters. i do not even want to think about the characters, they are that wretched. carl is stated to be a ‘lumpy fifteen-year-old.’ ok, i’m cool with that, complete fine, but that’s not all, he’s also a pervert and it is the creepiest thing and makes him feel like a fifty year old pedophile. he trails this girl and spies on her, he creeps in and hides when trying to listen in to conversations and later, when she is nude and sleeping, instead of walking away, he stand there and ogles her. it is wrong, it is creepy and he did it again hundreds of pages later. but no, that’s not even the worst part of it.

carl’s mum abandons them every once in a while, carl’s older sister, sarah also ditches them for europe(it is set in australia), his brother harley is a thief, aunt beryl is an alcoholic and gambles, so moloney, congratulations on creating the most annoying and hate worthy crew of characters. skip and bruce are prone to temper tantrums, and nathan is a bully. the nicer characters, like joy, justine and maddie get overshadowed by the people who are annoying, whining and unlikeable, so, well done. do they improve, well yes, but actually no. aunt beryl and bruce ditch the town at the end, nathan and maddie don’t actually appear at the end, skip has let go of the past at least and carl cries the entire time.

it mentions issues such as being overweight, but is not necessarily dealt with as carl is bullied for his stature but after months of work, is looses lots of his weight and bam, problem solved, which escapes the hard reality.

it is unfortunately not a very good book from my perspective, and i’m aware that there are people that have loved its so it can’t be entirely terrible, but i would give it a pass. 1.5/10

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