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Written on: 24/11/2012 by JDT20 (1 review written)
I really liked this book because it interested me and had me gripped to it from the first sentence. Wilson left me wanting to not do anything else and just finish My Sister Jodie. When I had to put it down, Jacqueline always left it at a cliffhanger. My favourite part was when Jodie fell out of the window. It did make me cry but Wilson always makes her books well-known. Jenny Taylor 11 years… Read Full Review
Written on: 14/11/2011
My Sister Jodie is a fandabbydosey. Its soo dramatic and imaginative. I would recommened this book to all my friends and family. I took this book on hoilday to Turkey,and it has got 407 pages in it and i,ended up finishing the whole entire book.I liked every single thing, i dont actually think their was a bit i hated i think Jacqueline Wilson has done a perfect job on this book. And if you are going to bu or borrow this book from a friend i garentee you will be thrilled and you will never want… Read Full Review
Written on: 22/02/2010
'My Sister Jodie' By Jacqueline Wilson is a book I enjoyed enormously. It tells a story of friendship and love, and also that a great loss means a new beginning. I cried at the end, I didn't expect it at all! It is such a good book, that I don't think I dislike any of it. The end was probably my favourite, because the wording just made you feel a part of it. I sneaked a peek at what happens to Jodie, but to be honest, I still cried so much when it actually got to it.
I've recommended it to a… Read Full Review
Written on: 16/01/2010 by JackieBooks12 (2 reviews written)
A brilliant story, a natural story-teller.
An inspiring yet complex plot and so fantastic its indescribable. It is true-to-life and sad in a good way.
Unfortunately, Some chapters are not needed but 5/5 for everything and the effort is AMAZING!… Read Full Review
Written on: 26/05/2009 by meggirlr (12 reviews written)
My Sister Jodie is a funny but very sad story by my favourite author, Jacqueline Wilson. Pearl and Jodie are sisters. Pearl is the shy, younger sister who loves reading and adores big sister Jodie. Jodie is bold and brash and bad. They move to a boarding school and things really start changing for them. Pearl starts making friends, Harriet and Harley and Mrs Wilberforce, the wife of the head. Pearl starts to realise maybe she doesn't need Jodie any more, but Jodie needs her. When a terrible… Read Full Review
Written on: 04/04/2009
i like the structure n story behind it , well it was kind of sad at the end but i dont think there were really ny bad points i really did like Jacqueline Wilson & Nick Sharratts My Sister Jodie, it was amazing… Read Full Review
Written on: 08/11/2008
I loved this book! Very emotional and inspiring! Such a complex plot, it was excellent. Jacqueline Wilson is great! I enjoyed this book so much, Jacqueline's best book by far. Really nice!… Read Full Review
Written on: 30/10/2008
I loved 'My Sister Jodie' because the sisters were totally different and i found this funny. I also liked this book because you were in suspense and their was loads of questions running through my head! There was no bad points about this book i absolutely love this book. Keep up the good work Jacqueline, try and write a different book similar to this book but not the same… Read Full Review
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