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And if it appears like I am just some pro-censorship, “think of the children” sort of person, you have me wrong, but I know I am thinking of all the girls out there and if I am a bad guy, then it’s an honour, and a privilege and my duty Amen.
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Nov 02, Christine Bongers rated it really liked it Shelves: Share All I Ever Wanted via: And while I didn’t like what either of them did or how thoughtless cruel they could be to each other, I bought that there was a them.
See 2 questions about All I Ever Wanted…. She blogs at The Long Blinks. Description Mim knows what she wants, and where she wants to go – anywhere but home, stuck in the suburbs with her mother who won’t get off the couch, and two brothers in prison. Children’s General Story Books. Let’s move onto the drinking and tattoo things now Now Mim has to retrieve a lost package for her mother.
Mim thinks Jordan Mullen is her ticket out. Mim has her own set of rules that she hopes will lead her in a different direction from that kind of life. There is still more of the novel to go so I hope that the novel starts to get to the main point of the story line so I get gripped.
Fingers crossed it will make the cut into the short list: Old friendships will be lost, new friendships made, family history revealed, boys seduced, and people will turn out to be not who they initially seem to be. N Anywhere but here. Mim tries to fight him off and escapes only by a whisker when his sister opens his bedroom door. Can I say that there will be inevitable spoilers? However, the editors reserve the right to object to anything that feels gratuitous or irresponsible — we want authentic stories, but we also feel a duty of care to our teenage readers.
The sister of course, sees it as consensual and has feelings of shame over seeing her brother and friend like this. If her amazing debut is anything to go by, I look forward to reading more of Vikki Wakefield’s books – hopefully soon! And the plot keeps you trapped till the dangerous but hopeful end.
And at first that too, is most admirable. What makes this book memorable is the outstanding prose and the loveable, rough around the edges characters. Jun 09, Pam Saunders rated it it was amazing.
But in the end, she works out who her people are, and the same things look entirely different. And the plot keeps you trapped till the dangerous but hopeful end. Visit our Beautiful Books page and find lovely books for kids, photography lovers and more.
I want to spin my life like a bottle and see where I end up because any place would be better alo here. For my full review, please visit my blog: I began to hallucinate and have strange Heathers -esque fantasies where maybe at the showdown, Jordon comes back and he accidentally hangs himself.
She tells a story of poverty, and crime, and what society would see as the ugly of the world and she fills your heart with all the love instead. So danted lives by the rules, the rules she believes will get her out of the life she loathes. It’s Australian, it’s brilliant, and I can’t recommend it enough.
However, Wakefield dashes those assumptions early on and you begin to realise that this is something different. But, Mim’s story stuck to me, is sticking to me.
All I Ever Wanted by Vikki Wakefield ·
After the second rebuff he just walks off into the sunset and we never wantes from him again. C’mon Shirley, just get to it! Quotes from All I Ever Wanted. After reading the blurb I am also expecting to be able to connect to the character because in the blurb it states ”In nine days she’ll turn seventeen.
A quick wonderful read that will have you well and truly satisfied at the end.
Mim hardly dares to say her dreams out loud, but she fiercely clings to the idea of a better life.