The Revolving Door of Life

The Revolving Door of Life

Large Print - 2016
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"Excitement abounds when the revolving door of life brings fresh faces and hilarious new developments to the residents of Edinburgh's fictitious 44 Scotland Street"--
Published: Thorndike, Maine :, Center Point Large Print,, 2016.
Edition: Center Point Large Print edition.
ISBN: 9781683240204
1683240200
Branch Call Number: F MACC
Characteristics: 384 pages (large print) :billustrations ;,23 cm.
Additional Contributors: McIntosh, Iain - Illustrator

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1_Great_Book
Oct 31, 2016

I always enjoy rooting for Bertie. He was quite freed of his horrible mother in this one. The other characters kind of took a back seat this go-round.

PimaLib_MaryG Sep 11, 2016

Bertie is seven now and has a grandma. Matthew and Elspeth discover a secret room in their new house. Bruce continues to be Bruce. Silly and fun, with some good commentary about hand sanitizer.

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brigpa1
Aug 05, 2016

44 Scotland Street just keeps getting better and better. I love this series.

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brangwinn
May 16, 2016

When I read a book, I either want it to entertain me, or take me somewhere new. Fates and Furies seemed to sit like a rock on my Kindle. It didn’t entertain me and the place it took me was not a place I wanted to go. This was a book I trudged through because I saw it on a number of lists. Maybe it’s aimed not at some retired reader, but a younger person who is still creating their life. I kept wanting to say “GROW UP.” Enough with the sex and the non-responsibility. The book was character driven but I could not create empathy for any of the characters except Aunt Susie. She seemed real and grounded in this world of wealth.

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wac6
May 02, 2016

Made me laugh out loud! More entertaining than is decent!

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reedbe39
Apr 17, 2016

Amazing, complex characters. Love this series.

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reeread
Mar 28, 2016

What I enjoyed most about this instalment was Bertie finally having some of his dearest wishes granted and being free of his truly awful mother.

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