Something More

Something More Just remember Isla when you re searching for happiness it knows all the best hiding places Gran McGonnigle Isla McBay is not delighted to have left Scotland for sunny Australia For starters she ca

  • Title: Something More
  • Author: Mo Johnson
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 370
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  • Just remember, Isla, when you re searching for happiness, it knows all the best hiding places Gran McGonnigle Isla McBay is not delighted to have left Scotland for sunny Australia For starters, she can t swim not great for pool parties She misses her gran and her friends, her dad s giving her unbelievably irritating driving lessons, and she s constantly fighting withJust remember, Isla, when you re searching for happiness, it knows all the best hiding places Gran McGonnigle Isla McBay is not delighted to have left Scotland for sunny Australia For starters, she can t swim not great for pool parties She misses her gran and her friends, her dad s giving her unbelievably irritating driving lessons, and she s constantly fighting with her younger sister, Terry, who always does everything first Even her photography class with dreamy Sam Doyle and annoying yet intriguing Jack Ferris can t cure Isla s homesicknessThen Terry comes to Isla with a serious problem, forcing Isla to make a choice will she be the better sister Terry needs her to be or will she close her eyes to what s really important

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    1 thought on “Something More”

    1. I just finished 'Something More' by Mo Johnson, it was a very gripping book about a teenage girl called Isla who moved to Australia from Scotland with her family. Throughout the book there are many challenges Isla has to face and it talks about how she overcomes these challenges.I decided to read this book because the blurb on the back cover really grabbed my attention and instantly got me interested in reading the book.This fantastic book fits in the category 'Your own choice'. I thoroughly enj [...]

    2. I quite enjoyed this book. The main character's voice was compelling and funny and the characters all felt like living, breathing people (except Sam, who wasn't very well fleshed out). I was a little disappointed when I discovered (view spoiler)[ that the main plot was teen pregnancy, because I feel like that plot is done to death. It bugs me that it's so common because it starts to feel like authors are punishing teenage girls for having sex. If teenage pregnancy was as common in real life as i [...]

    3. Love the advices of Isla's Gran.Good.Good.GOOD!"No point in losing your head, if people won't help you look for it.""If it looks like a horse and smells like a horse, it's probably a donkey.""Embarassment is a state of mind. Your state, lingering much longer than you'd like it to in other people's minds."

    4. I loved this look at the complex politics of friendships and sisterhood, never mind emigrating from the UK. Felt like letters from an old friend: an authentic and inclusive voice that managed (somehow) too keep me guessing about the twists, even though in first person.

    5. I really loved how it revolved around reality of so many contemporary teenagers rather than a fantastical happy ending.

    6. This book wasn't what I expected. I didn't really like the main character because she couldn't keep her mouth shut when it came to her sister's secret, even though it did help them in the end.

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