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panashe from david young community academy

i really enjoyed this book becasue it was filled with excitement it kept you on the edge of your chair just shocking you on what was happening it had very unique vocabullary which just seemed to work with the stunning story after reading it i summed it up to a tradegy-romance-scify though im not a fan of scify this book is an exception its really beyond amazing >.<

panashe gave The Truth About Celia Frost 5 out of 5 and now plans to read My Sister Lives on the Mantelpiece.

georgia from benton

Great book! adventure, mystery, suspence, romance. All of these words sum up this book. I loved it! The only reason I didn`t give it a 5 is that it was a bit violent in places and i`m not a very violent person.

georgia gave The Truth About Celia Frost 4 out of 5.

Anna from Prince Henry's

It's so well written it feels like you know the characters and are standing right there with them.
The story is really good and very unique. I wonder how Paula Rawsthorn thought of it,

It's also a very moving and touchind book making me feel very sorry at times for the poor Miss Celia Frost.

Anna gave The Truth About Celia Frost 5 out of 5 and now plans to read Dark Woods.

Ellen from Prince Henrys Grammar School

I was looking forward to this book the most, and I did quite enjoy it. It was really strangely written, but I guess that suited the strange story! I really liked Sols charecter, and found him easy to picture.

Ellen gave The Truth About Celia Frost 3 out of 5 and now plans to read Dark Woods.

Christiana from St Mary's Menston

I thought this book was amazing and i couldnt put it down i just wanted to read it over and over and over again. It was very interesting with lots of twists in it however, i found it a bit over welming at some points.

Christiana gave The Truth About Celia Frost 5 out of 5 and now plans to read My Sister Lives on the Mantelpiece.

Emily from St,marys menston

when i started reading this book i could not put this book down DON'T READ THE SECOND CHARTER BEFORE YOU GO TO BED AS I DID.Part from that i realy enjoyed this book

Emily gave The Truth About Celia Frost 5 out of 5 and now plans to read Rise of the Wolf.

Lauren from Templemoor high school

The truth about Celia Frost as a thoroughly enjoyable book. With characters easy to connect to, the book kept me reading throughout. Every chapter was a guessing game and every sentence more exciting. As a book fanatic, I am a hard to please character. This book was 3/5 in my opinion.
An all-round good book. And I would recommend this to a friend.

Lauren gave The Truth About Celia Frost 5 out of 5 and now plans to read Dark Woods.

Charlotte from Leeds East Academy

I was gripped as soon as I turned the first page. I simply couldn\'t put the book down! I felt as though I was really there, in the story. The story has a great twist which I really didn\'t expect. An amazing book!

Charlotte gave The Truth About Celia Frost 5 out of 5 and now plans to read Dark Woods.

Noah from Roundhay High

I found the book interesting. It was slow and spent lots time on little details so could of worked harder on developing the plot. The life was relativly boring and not something I really care about. Other than that, it was well written and could be good but I really isn't my type of book

Noah gave The Truth About Celia Frost 3 out of 5.

Nicol from Prince Henry's Grammar School,Otley

I would give this book 5 out of 5 because when I first started reading it I couldn't put the book down.I thought that the book was very good and it also gives you a very cold feeeling when you read it.I also liked Celia because of her disorder although it was really weird when she got the tiniest cut and she could of bleed to death.But I did not like Celia's mother because she sounded really mean and nasty espically whenever Celia got a cut.

Nicol gave The Truth About Celia Frost 5 out of 5 and now plans to read Sektion 20.

Amy from Boston Spa School

I really liked this book as I thought it was realistic and believable. I could connect with Celiaís feelings. Celia and her mother had a complicated relationship but by the end of the book I could understand what had happened.

Amy gave The Truth About Celia Frost 4 out of 5 and now plans to read My Sister Lives on the Mantelpiece.

Carmen from Boston Spa School

I donít normally read a family relationship book like this but I have given it a 3 because the story line was good. My favourite bit was when Celia was falling off the cliff because I was on the edge of my seat. I didnít like Celiaís mum because of the way she acted and how she spoke to Celia; I thought she was selfish and only cared about herself. I could imagine what Celia looked like but couldnít picture the other characters.

Carmen gave The Truth About Celia Frost 3 out of 5 and now plans to read Sektion 20.

katilyn from benton park

this was a good book about a girl who is diffrenet from us .i like it it but i did like that the chapter where all way changing to the guy who was trying to fing themm then to the celia but it was a very good book . that i injoy very much .

katilyn gave The Truth About Celia Frost 4 out of 5.

Elliot from Boston Spa School

This book was strange and I did not enjoy it at all. I found it very boring and not realy very intresting at all. I never actally got into this book and it seamed to drone on forever, there were no cliffhangers or a lot of action.

Elliot gave The Truth About Celia Frost 2 out of 5 and now plans to read Dark Woods.

Holly from Boston Spa School

Personally I loved this book it was so incredibly secretively which made you want to read on to find out the real truth. I think Celia has a terrible relationship with Janice, which I would find scary because there are so many lies and secrets kept from each other. Their relationship is very sad and I would hate it if mine and my mumís relationship was like that! In my mind I knew Celia and Janice as real people they actually feel real, which adds to the secrets to make you want to read on. I didnít think this situation would really happen but the effect of the writing makes you think it could be a real and believable situation. I could picture everything so clearly both the characters and settings seemed like real places. Overall this was an unbelievably amazing story.

Holly gave The Truth About Celia Frost 5 out of 5 and now plans to read Sektion 20.

Rebcca from Benton Park

This book took me a while to get into, although has a good storyline.I didn't perticually enjoy this book as I not into that type of genre although I could get a really clear image of Celia in the book and the atmosphere.

Rebcca gave The Truth About Celia Frost 3 out of 5 and now plans to read Fifty Fifty.

Alex from Boston Spa School

The genre of ďThe truth about Celia FrostĒ is an action packed book with a few moments of horror. This book has a brilliant storyline which keeps you on the end of your seat.
This book is one of those books which you canít put down; you might want to put it down but never can because it keeps you engaged in the storyline. Also when you are not reading it, it teases you because you want to read it so much.
I loved the ending; it was my favourite part in the whole book. This is partly because the ending has a nice little surprise and I wasnít expecting it. I would definitely recommend this for anyone, boy or girl, around the ages of 11 to 14.

Alex gave The Truth About Celia Frost 5 out of 5 and now plans to read My Sister Lives on the Mantelpiece.

Emily from Ossett Academy

I really, really enjoyed Celia Frost, because it was a book with a lot of twists and turns. The only criticism I have is that I want a sequel! I also really enjoyed the character Celia, as she seemed like a neat and quiet girl at the beginning; however she grows throughout the book. Of all the books I have read so far The Truth about Celia Frost is my favourite. I would highly recommend this book, as it kept me interested till the end.

Emily gave The Truth About Celia Frost 5 out of 5 and now plans to read Fifty Fifty.

Emily from Prince Henry's grammar school

I loved this book ! It is the best book I have ever read ! Every page brought me laughter , sadness and also happiness for the characters in this book. For the first time ever I just could not but this book down!
The base line was fab for all the book worms that love cliff hangs and death ! (mebay even a happy endings)

I would like to say that it is A girly book so I do not think that a lot of boys would like this book. But I might be wrong.

This book is 100 % worthy of 5 stars !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Emily gave The Truth About Celia Frost 5 out of 5 and now plans to read Fifty Fifty.

Sophie from Boston Spa School

I really enjoyed this book as it had lots of twists and turns. You never knew what was going to happen next. At first I thought the mother was an overprotective woman, then I hated her, then I realised that she did the right thing. I could identify with Celia.

Sophie gave The Truth About Celia Frost 5 out of 5 and now plans to read Sektion 20.

Elisha from Boston Spa

I enjoyed this book and I felt really sorry for Celia bacause of her condition and what she had to deal with, I could get a really clear image of Celia in the book and of the scene she was in. I rate this book 4 out of 5 because I enjoyed it but it wasn't the best book I have read.

Elisha gave The Truth About Celia Frost 4 out of 5.

Josie from Leeds West Academy

I havn't finished the book but think that it is a good book
would recomend it to any who likes to read
can't wait to read the rest

Josie gave The Truth About Celia Frost 5 out of 5 and now plans to read Dark Woods.

Sarah from Temple Moor High School

The truth about Celia frost was rather exciting, though rarely had me gripped. It was rather obvious what was going to happen from the start.
The ending was rather anti-climatic, however and it did not seem to fit with the rest of the book.

This book was slow for the first few chapters, but when it got going it was unbelieveable. Celia has always thought she had a blood clotting disorder... at least, thats what her mum bought her up to believe. But (ignore the cliche, because it's true) her whole life turns upside down when she cuts herself... and everything (literally) she's ever known is a lie.

Sarah gave The Truth About Celia Frost 2 out of 5 and now plans to read Dark Woods.

Sophie from Corpus Christi Catholic College

I found this book very exciting. It was gripping and you never new what was going to happen next. I did think the ending was a bit rushed, but overall this was one of the best books i have read.

Sophie gave The Truth About Celia Frost 4 out of 5.

Sam from roundhay high

The truth about Celia Frost is an interesting story which highlites the emotionless siide of science. I really loved the private dectetive character and always found myself waiting for his next appearances. All this aside I feel that it never really absorbed me as a reader

Sam gave The Truth About Celia Frost 3 out of 5 and now plans to read Dark Woods.

Natasha from Crawshaw School

An amazing book,so great i read it in 3 days!I couldn't put it down,its full of twists and turns,i thought that one thing would happen but it didnt something completely different happened!!!

Natasha gave The Truth About Celia Frost 5 out of 5 and now plans to read My Sister Lives on the Mantelpiece.

Ruth from Prince Henrys Grammar School

I really enjoyed reading this book! It was very gripping because the way it was written just kept you wanting to read more and more!
It is about a girl called Celia and her mother Janice. Celia has a blood clotting disease, so she could bleed to death, even from as a little cut.
Some chapters in this books were very exciting and action packed, but I thought that in some places it was a little bit boring, but the majority of the book was interesting.
Also, towards the end of the book, I found that some of the storyline was a bit unrealistic, but overall I would recommend this book to anyone who wants an exciting read. I'm going to give this book 3/5 stars.

Ruth gave The Truth About Celia Frost 3 out of 5 and now plans to read Rise of the Wolf.

Naila from Benton Park

Wow! This book was amazing!It was my favourite book out of all of the 11-14s. it's a truly gripping book that makes you surprised when you get closer and closer to what really is true. I read this book first and thought it was the greatest book of the year. 100% amazing, intresting and plain fantastic!

Naila gave The Truth About Celia Frost 5 out of 5.

Phillippa from Boston Spa School

The truth about Celia Frost is a truly gripping book; once you start reading it you canít help but read on. I donít know anybody like Celia but I can imagine her world and I can picture Celia in my mind. I think it takes a really good book to be able to do this. I absolutely loved it! 5 out of 5!

Phillippa gave The Truth About Celia Frost 5 out of 5 and now plans to read Dark Woods.

Eliza from Pusdey Grangefield

After being told all her life she had a life threatening illness, Celia's life is very dull. So when a trip to the hospital uncovers a strange secret and she and her mum are on the run, Celia has never known life so fun. But little do they know that someone is looking for them.....I really recomend this book to anyone who enjoys an exciting read.

Eliza gave The Truth About Celia Frost 5 out of 5.

Patience from Cprpus Christi Catholic College

Truthfully, I personaly wouldn't of chose this book but because I didn't judge it by the cover but I am really glad I chose it. The story was split into two parts, one about Celia and the other about Frank the detective. Definatly got me hooked on it and some suprises in there too. I wish there was a sequel.

Patience gave The Truth About Celia Frost 4 out of 5 and now plans to read Fifty Fifty.

Chloe from David Young Comnmunity Academy

This was a really gripping story.I enjoyed this because,even though it took me a month to read it,the storyline was amazing. It sounded like it was kind of like a real story. I liked what happened to Professor Hudson at the end, and I hope that the relationship between Sol and Celia develops because it would be really nice if Celia could have some real friends and not be treated as an outcast because of The Saviour Virus.

Chloe gave The Truth About Celia Frost 5 out of 5.

Nicky from Allerton Grange

The truth about Celia frost is an emotional story with many different characters who you get to know well.It is extremley
different to any other book I've ever read but is good all the same. I guessed a few things that would happen but I was suprised by the ending

Nicky gave The Truth About Celia Frost 4 out of 5 and now plans to read Rise of the Wolf.

Celyn from Prince Henry's Grammar School

I read "The Truth About Celia Frost" first so I couldn't compare it to the other books. But looking back I defently think it is the best! THe plot draws you in from page one as you want to know more about her rare blood clotting disorder and it is written in a way so you get to know all of the characters. I had a vague idea what would happern at the end- but I didn't expect what did happen!

Celyn gave The Truth About Celia Frost 4 out of 5.

Annalise from The Morley Academy

Over all I really enjoyed the book, it was easy to follow, and I think the story was very imagery. My best part was when Janice told Celia the real story, I couldn't stop reading it. My favourite character was Celia and Sol, I love how they have a girlfriend and boyfriend friendship and never told the reader that they really did like each other (but they do). So that's why I give it a 5/5 stars, for the story. Hope there is another one.

Annalise gave The Truth About Celia Frost 5 out of 5.

Andreia from David Young Community Acadamey

This story was amazing! It describes Celia, the main character, very well. It creates images in your head. It keeps you turning the pagesand makes you feel for the characters.It leaves you hanging at the edge of your seat, wanting to read more.It sucks you into the world of Celia, and it feels like you are taking part in the story. Definatley a new favourite book.

Andreia gave The Truth About Celia Frost 5 out of 5 and now plans to read My Sister Lives on the Mantelpiece.

Lauren from Roundhay High School

In my opinion I thought 'The Truth About Celia Frost' was a fantastic book. It was exciting and unpredictable. Also I really liked the main character and how she reacted to the dangerous situations. The book was very detailed and the settings were well described which made them easy to imagine. I really liked the book and want to read more books by the author if they are as good as this one was.

Lauren gave The Truth About Celia Frost 5 out of 5 and now plans to read Dark Woods.

Linda from David Young Community Academy

I looked at the cover and I (instictively) knew I wanted to read this book.I might have also known that this was the book I wanted to choose for the Awards although I had hardly started reading it.
The first paragraph in the story had me completely captivated that I just had to find out what happened on the next page, and the page after that.
The book was absolutely thrilling, full of hair-rising tension, adventure and emotion. that when i finished the story,I wished that the author had at least written a sequel.

Linda gave The Truth About Celia Frost 5 out of 5 and now plans to read My Sister Lives on the Mantelpiece.

Mia from Benton Park

I think this book is amazing but still has some drawbacks. the truth about celia frost captuers your exitment in the firt two chapters with a stabbing and then her family leaving to somewhere else. As i9 have only read six chapters i carnt really tell you much but some parts drag on and a bit of a bore and others are really captiveateing;leaving me with many questions.I think the book is amazing and the auther has done a great job at coneting with her charecters and readers.

Mia gave The Truth About Celia Frost 4 out of 5 and now plans to read My Sister Lives on the Mantelpiece.

Simran from Allerton High School

It was really fun but there were some bits that were boring ..............so that is why i rated the book 4 out of five.

Simran gave The Truth About Celia Frost 4 out of 5 and now plans to read My Sister Lives on the Mantelpiece.

Emily from Benton park

This story is very intriging and I think it is for readers that like a mystery and like working out what happens next.It brings alot tension the way the author wrote it and the fist thing you know the truth is something on the blurb but the next thing the truth was a lie and I strained my eyes because I couldn't put it down!

Emily gave The Truth About Celia Frost 4 out of 5 and now plans to read Dark Woods.

Shammah from David Young Community Academy

I think that this book is full of fantastic ideas.It brings tension and suspence to the reader.At first I slept at 12pm trying to finish the book because i couldn't take my eyes of the book.I would vote this the best british book for 11-14 years old.The best thing about it is when you are trying to look into the future of the book before you get there.This is the best book I ever read (out of 100)

Shammah gave The Truth About Celia Frost 5 out of 5 and now plans to read My Sister Lives on the Mantelpiece.

zulqarnain from Allerton grange high school

This is a very good book, because of the mystery. It's all about celia frost who has a rare blood group, which can stop cancer. But everything changes when the professor wants here back for something...

zulqarnain gave The Truth About Celia Frost 5 out of 5.

cameron from Allerton Grange

This book was really good. However i think it is more for girls who like a mystery. It`s all about Celia who has a rare blood condition. But everything changes when she gets asaulted. And now somebody wants her back...

cameron gave The Truth About Celia Frost 4 out of 5 and now plans to read Sektion 20.

Chloe from Pudsey Grangefield

I found this book heartbreaking and very hurtful.

Chloe gave The Truth About Celia Frost 4 out of 5.

Zehra from Allerton Grange High School.

I really enjoyed this book and from looking at the reviews I am sure that this book is mainly for girls, and for people who like a vary inbetween their book choices. As soon as I started this book I knew that I had to finish it ASAP and I finished this book in less than a week!!! It's a fab book and I recommend this book to anyone who likes action, adventure, murders and many more great features.

Zehra gave The Truth About Celia Frost 5 out of 5 and now plans to read My Sister Lives on the Mantelpiece.

Lily from Prince Henry's Grammar School

This was an amazing book that I just couldn't put down! It's about a girl called Celia Frost, who has a rare blood clotting disease, which means she could bleed to death at the slightest cut. Her mother, Janice is intent on keeping her safe, but now the truth is catching up on Celia, a truth that will put her in much more danger!
I couldn't put it down, because it's such an interesting, thrilling story. You never know how things are going to turn out, and it has you asking questions the whole way through. Paula Rawsthorne has used a very good style to create tense, action-packed scenes. I would recommend this to people who enjoy adventure stories.

Lily gave The Truth About Celia Frost 5 out of 5 and now plans to read Dark Woods.

Liam from Pudsey grangefield

I found 'The Truth About Celia Frost' exiting it took me a few chapters to get in then i couldn't put it down it gave me mixed emotions.i will look in to this writer and read her other books

Liam gave The Truth About Celia Frost 4 out of 5.

Rebekah from Benton Park

This book was so gripping! I couldn't put it down, and I read it in 2 days! It was one of the best books I have ever read and I wouldn't change a thing. I love all the lies Celia is told, and how she wants to work out the truth. She is convinced that Janice is so over protective, and doesn't want her to have any freedom. She wants to show Janice that she doesn't need rules, and she can have fun without her. I think it's great that with every page, Celia discovers more about herself, and with each chapter, she gets closer to the truth. She discovers a friend in Sol, and he is so supportive of Celia's choices, and he listens to her. The author has done an amazing job with this book. I thought the contrast between Celia's hunt for the truth, which was deep, meaningful, at times made me want to cry and sometimes I was scared that something awful was going to happen, and Frankie's hunt for Celia, which was suspicious, sly and made me feel angry with him for being so weak when it came to kidnapping Celia, was astounding. Even though Frankie and Celia were two completley different people, Paula managed to make the contrast in character seem effortless. The only thing that dissapointed me was Sol and Celia at the very end. This is one of my favourite books, and I will definitley be reading it again at some point!!

Rebekah gave The Truth About Celia Frost 5 out of 5 and now plans to read Fifty Fifty.

Jacob from Pudsey Grangefield Maths and Computing Collage

I didnt really like the book but the page where Max Jenkins threatend Celia with a knife is amazing! I like the fact that Celia has a life threatening condition where if she gets a cut she could die! This book isn't really my type of book.

Jacob gave The Truth About Celia Frost 2 out of 5 and now plans to read Fifty Fifty.

Bilal from Allerton Grange

I think the truth about Celia is an exceptional book! It really raises the suspense between each chapter, you just want to find out what happens next. It's about a girl who has blood clotting(which meanes if she gets a slight cut she could bleed to death). One day she makes fun of a boy who gets really angry and stabs her with a knife. When she goes to hospital the nurse said she is fine and she wants to do a blood test. When her mum finds out she takes her away to anothr city. I wuold recommend this book to everyone from 11+.

Bilal gave The Truth About Celia Frost 4 out of 5 and now plans to read Rise of the Wolf.

Amina from Allerton Grange High School

The book is one of the best books I have read it was amazing.The book is about a girl called Celia Frost and the fact that she has been told that she has a blood disorder by hert mum Janice Frost.Celia goes through very hard times in the book to find out the truth.I think that younger readers will love this book because it is intriguing.The other Paula Rawsthorne has realy shown how Celia must have been felling in the story and I am that other people will enjoy the story as much as me.

Amina gave The Truth About Celia Frost 5 out of 5 and now plans to read Rise of the Wolf.

Jacob from Pudsey Grangfield

I didnt really like this book, not really my type :(

Jacob gave The Truth About Celia Frost 2 out of 5 and now plans to read Fifty Fifty.

Leanne from co-oprative academy of leeds

This book i have only read a few pages but so far i think it is good for are age for eg. The swearing because we need to be tret like grown ups .

Leanne gave The Truth About Celia Frost 5 out of 5 and now plans to read My Sister Lives on the Mantelpiece.

Adam from Prince Henry's Grammar School

'The truth about Celia Frost takes you into the strange world of Celia Frost who has a rare blood clotting disorder, and one cut could kill her. When the school bully atacks her with a knife but she heels fine, she is torn between two worlds, that of her apparently caring mother, and having a friend and trying to find out if her mother is really all she seems to be... And will the mysterious Nemo find her?
Read the book to find out the answers to all these questions!! The truth about celia frost really gets you into the book and is a real page turner!

Adam gave The Truth About Celia Frost 5 out of 5 and now plans to read Fifty Fifty.

Emma from Benton park

At first, I couldn't really get inton the book and it was a bit dull but after a few chapters, it really got interesting and I couldn't wait to see what happened to celia! Her story made me want to laugh and cry at the same time! I love the way Paula rawsthorne writes and would definitely try ready her other books.

Emma gave The Truth About Celia Frost 4 out of 5 and now plans to read Rise of the Wolf.

Alice from Rooundhay High School

I found 'The Truth About Celia Frost' exiting and captivating, full of thrilling twists that kept me on edge. The story sweeps you into the world of Celia Frost, a girl with a deadly blood clotting disease, meaning that one cut could kill her, a girl with no friends or freedom, who is constantly moving from place to place. This all changes after the school bully attacks her with a knife and the cut heals fine. Suddenly celia is torn between suspicion of the lies that have stolen her childhood, pity of her mother, and the hope that in this brand new place, she has finally found a friend. This story is truly exiting, it leaves you wondering what will happen on next page, will Celia ever be able to enjoy her life and who is the mysterios Nemo who is searching for her and her mother. Paula Rawstone has done a fantastic job, I really reccomend it.

Alice gave The Truth About Celia Frost 5 out of 5 and now plans to read Fifty Fifty.

Alima from Allerton Grange

I thought the book was amazing. I couldn't stop reading it! I think that children around the world should read this book because it's simply amazing. Thank you

Alima gave The Truth About Celia Frost 5 out of 5 and now plans to read Dark Woods.

Mia F from Boston Spa School

The truth about Celia Frost - what can I say.....this book is amazing it pulls you in right from the first page, I felt like I was watching Celia all the way throughout the book. At points in the book I was hanging on the edge of my seat! Just from the slightest cut Celia could bleed to death but a twist in the story gives the book an unusual ending! With her rare blood disease Celia is trapped in a world of protection from any harm but when she discovers the truth Celia begins her own adventure! This is the best book I have read in a long time and I couldnít put it down, the plot is amazing and the way Paula Rawsthorne has written the book is fantastic.

Mia F gave The Truth About Celia Frost 5 out of 5 and now plans to read My Sister Lives on the Mantelpiece.

Megan from Boston Spa School

This book has made me literally speechless... This is one of the best books I have ever read because the use of vocabulary in it paints such a vivid picture in my head I feel as if I am following Celia around on her travels, wincing at her pain and laughing with her. Celia's always lived with the fatal blood disease which means she won't be able to stop bleeding if she cuts herself. Suddenly her life is turned upside down and Celia doesn't know who to trust anymore. This book made me laugh and made me cry. If you like adventure and romance this book is for you. I read it in one day! Paula Rawsthorne has done a VERY good job of writing this book. I would definately reccomend it!

Megan gave The Truth About Celia Frost 5 out of 5 and now plans to read Sektion 20.

Phoebe from Boston Spa School

I loved this book and the way it is written.For Celia life must be tough...with a serious illness,an over-protective mum and no social life at all it's no wonder she's finding things hard to cope with!If I had as many thoughts running through my head as Celia I'm sure I'd be as messed up as she is!From the first page it's all adventure stress and emotion as Celia is drawing further and further from the person she loves.I could'nt put this book down from the start,a great read!

Phoebe gave The Truth About Celia Frost 4 out of 5 and now plans to read Dark Woods.

Mia S from Boston Spa School

The Truth About Celia Frost. Celia Frost is known at school as Freaky Frost because she has a rare disorder that means if she gets the slightest cut she could bleed to death. When Celia gets back at a bully for making her only freedom a misery it all goes wrong when the bully attacks Celia with a knife. With a trip to the hospital there are strange results. So suddenly Celia's mum is on the run dragging Celia with her. But what Celia and her mum donít know is that someone out there is looking for them... A truly amazing book that is impossible to put down.

Mia S gave The Truth About Celia Frost 5 out of 5 and now plans to read Dark Woods.

Agata from Pudsey Grangefield Maths and Computing College

From the first page the book doesn't start off very well... But after the first one it only gets better and better. After that it's just kind of criminaly - romancy adventure which you just want to read. If I finished the book in two days you can do it too. If you want to read a good book , pick this one.

Agata gave The Truth About Celia Frost 4 out of 5 and now plans to read My Sister Lives on the Mantelpiece.

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