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Description I thought this film was a beautiful, bittersweet tale of a young boy who would do anything to have one friend like Abby, a girl who's 12 and has been for a very long time. The action is set in the rem... more

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Super

AdvantagesFascinating story well told.

DisadvantagesThe picture pages come loose during use.

...I'm reviewing Let This Be Our Secret, by Deric Henderson. ISBN-13: 978-0241957332 It is the slightly larger paperback format ,measuring 14cms x 22cms x just over 2cms It contains 304 pages and includes pictures . It is available on Amazon for around £5 new ....or 1p + £2.80 P&P used. I was glad to catch a copy of this book because it took...

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“Let this be out secret”

published 29/06/2013

AdvantagesGood read

DisadvantagesVery tough going in some places

...about all of those involved, and tells the story from the start of the Howell's marriage to present day. I knew Colin, but I didn't really know his family, so it was interesting to find out the back story of the families and to find out more about Lesley, who I had only ever heard talk about after the 'suicide'. As I said at the start of the book, it took me a year to read this book cover to cover...

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Super

“Never Let Me Go”

published 24/11/2010

AdvantagesGreat performances, a director who wisely chooses to focus on all the right themes, moving

DisadvantagesNot as in-depth or analytical as it could have been - perhaps a little too emotional/soapy(?)

...'re expecting some pulse-racing, futuristic sci-fi showdown, you can forget about it. Watch "The Island" instead. There are many hints throughout the film that Hailsham is no ordinary English boarding school and the full explanation of their purpose comes very early on in the film, in a depressing monologue delivered as warmly as possible by Miss Lucy (the always engaging Sally Hawkins). "Never Let Me Go" is...

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