Bloom

by Kelly Ana Morey | Science Fiction & Fantasy |
ISBN: 0143018922 Global Overview for this book
Registered by rarsberry of Christchurch, Canterbury New Zealand on 1/10/2009
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7 journalers for this copy...
Journal Entry 1 by rarsberry from Christchurch, Canterbury New Zealand on Saturday, January 10, 2009
Got this from lusks at a meetup lunch yesterday.
Reserving it for the World Bookcrossing Convention in April.

Journal Entry 2 by rarsberry from Christchurch, Canterbury New Zealand on Monday, March 16, 2009
Not sure when I started this book but I finished it tonight.
I enjoyed reading of the history of the women in the family, through the generations.

Released 12 yrs ago (4/16/2009 UTC) at 2009 Bookcrossing Convention in Christchurch, Canterbury New Zealand

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To be put on the New Zealand books table.

Journal Entry 4 by Zuchini from Karori, Wellington Province New Zealand on Saturday, April 18, 2009
Picked up at the 2009 Christchurch Convention with the intention of releasing it in the wild as part of the Reverse Scavenger Hunt.

I released it by giving it to G Rodgers, a co-author of The Lost Book, representing 'to a celebrity' :o)

Journal Entry 5 by wingkiwiinenglandwing from Wellington City, Wellington Province New Zealand on Monday, April 20, 2009
I received this book due to the fame and recognition I have received for my participation in The Lost book. For further details please goto www(dot)thelostbook(dot)net.

It is always nice to bring joy to a fan, which the acknowlegement from me to a token of their appreciation can bring.

Thank you for the book. I won't forget the little people on my way to the top.

Journal Entry 6 by wingkiwiinenglandwing from Wellington City, Wellington Province New Zealand on Monday, December 21, 2009
Overall a good book, with my interest held most of the time. I enjoyed the way the main character Connie seemed to accept that things happened that she just wouldn't understand. The flashbacks to Mrs Sprys life and Rosie as a student were the most well written.

At times the authors hook of stating that all the women were murderers got a bit much, as was the authors idea of holding the readers attention by having characters running around saying - wow, I've just found out something that is really important, and then NEVER revealing it. By page 130 that just got boring and annoying (like a mosquito buzzing about or a small child demanding attention).

Journal Entry 7 by wingkiwiinenglandwing at Manchester, Greater Manchester United Kingdom on Wednesday, January 13, 2010

Released 12 yrs ago (1/16/2010 UTC) at Manchester, Greater Manchester United Kingdom

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I am sending this to Lady-Liberty, whom I meet at the Germany speaking meet up held in Vienna in 2009. I hope you enjoy this book by a New Zealand author.

Journal Entry 8 by lady-liberty from Coburg, Bayern Germany on Friday, January 29, 2010
Wow, this book had a long journey already!

Thank you so much for the opportunity to read a book of another author from New Zealand. They are very rare in Germany.

Hope to meet you again one day, KiwiinEngland! :-)

Journal Entry 9 by lady-liberty at Coburg, Bayern Germany on Sunday, December 12, 2010
I had to stay at hospital for a while and took some of the books with me, which waited for quite a long time on my shelf. Bloom was one of it and I really tried to continue reading again and again but in the end I failed. The story wasn't bad at all in the beginning, later on I couldn't keep my attention on the text and my thoughts drifted away and away...

I managed to read the first third of Bloom and then I lost the interest in the story - sorry to say so.

The book won't be released into the wild and I hope to find an interested reader at one of the oncoming meet-ups.

Journal Entry 10 by lady-liberty at Coburg, Bayern Germany on Saturday, April 2, 2011

Released 10 yrs ago (4/2/2011 UTC) at Coburg, Bayern Germany

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queball came by with Pitaks Multi-Kulti Box - this book is continuing its journey now.

Journal Entry 11 by wingchawosowing at Heusenstamm, Hessen Germany on Sunday, May 1, 2011
I found that book in "Pitaks Multi Kulti Box" and I think it will be interesting.

Oktober 2012:
I read, but it wasn`t my favorit.

Journal Entry 12 by wingchawosowing at Heusenstamm, Hessen Germany on Monday, November 19, 2012

Released 9 yrs ago (11/16/2012 UTC) at Heusenstamm, Hessen Germany

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On its way to Haugtussa, who had chosen it from the International Bookxerpting.
Sorry fot delay!
I hope you will like your choise.

Journal Entry 13 by wingHaugtussawing at Stavanger, Rogaland fylke Norway on Thursday, November 22, 2012
Got this well travelled book today. Looks interesting.

Journal Entry 14 by wingHaugtussawing at Stavanger, Rogaland fylke Norway on Saturday, April 27, 2013
It's always interesting the way I tend to pick up a random book from MtTBR. and it sort of fits in with the rest of my life. I had just finished teaching about New Zealand and Maoris when I started this book, so words like a full moko and kia ora were already part of my vocabulary.

I quite enjoyed the book, I liked the characters, and how they got on wiht life. I'm a bit unsure of where the auther actually wanted to go with this book? But do I care? Not really, as I enjoyed some hours on NZ.

The book will travel very soon, as it will be part of a project to try to make a bookcrosser.

Journal Entry 15 by wingHaugtussawing at Stavanger, Rogaland fylke Norway on Sunday, April 28, 2013

Released 8 yrs ago (4/28/2013 UTC) at Stavanger, Rogaland fylke Norway

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A little something to welcome you into the wonderful world of bookcrossing.



Journal Entry 16 by Telles at Sandnes, Rogaland fylke Norway on Thursday, May 2, 2013
Thanks for the book!

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