Being Emily

by Anne Donovan | Literature & Fiction |
ISBN: 9781847671257 Global Overview for this book
Registered by wingcanongatebookswing on 3/8/2009
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Journal Entry 1 by wingcanongatebookswing on Sunday, March 08, 2009

Journal Entry 2 by TheLostBook from Edinburgh, Scotland United Kingdom on Sunday, March 08, 2009
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Being Emily is the coming of age story of Fiona, one of four O'Connell children. The language, Fiona's native Glaswegian Scots, brings the characters vividly to life.

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Released 11 yrs ago (3/16/2009 UTC) at The Barony Bar, Broughton Street in Edinburgh, Scotland United Kingdom

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Left on the big table in the front window last night.

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Journal Entry 4 by Dilks on Tuesday, March 24, 2009
I was leaving the Barony Bar in Edinburgh when I spotted the book on a table next to the door. Having heard of book crossing I was excited to at last see one. The book was one that I was thinking of buying anyway so I enjoyed reading it very much. As I live in Spain I am not sure where to leave the book for someone else to read, but will give it some thought.

CAUGHT IN EDINBURGH MIDLOTHIAN SCOTLAND

Journal Entry 5 by Dilks on Thursday, April 30, 2009
Have now read this book which I thoroughly enjoyed. Have passed it on to my sister in Edinburgh who will leave it somewhere when she has read it.

Journal Entry 6 by Backhouse on Saturday, June 06, 2009
My sister lives in Spain and was staying with us in Edinburgh and passed it on to me. I'd read Anne Donovan's book Buddha Da and really enjoyed that once I'd got used to the Glaswegian dialogue. This is very similar and equally enjoyable.

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