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I really like how Mouse is also in Dizzy. A good read.
7 March 2014
This book is wierd and unique in many different ways and also catches your attention once you start reading it. Like oth books its hard to put the book down and when you do you hink what will happen next.
4 March 2014
I enjoyed lucky star, it’s a sort of sequel to Dizzy
9 March 2013
i like cathy cassididy’s books
8 March 2013
This is my favourite Cathy Cassidy book EVER 10/10!!!!!
14 March 2012
I loved lucky star. i didn’t think for a second that i’d like it as much as I liked Dizzy because the characters are older and it’s written as if by a by, but it was amazing. I loved everything about it, including that it wasn’t set in some perfect place, and that it was really, real! :D loved it, 10/10 xox
7 March 2012
This is a good book, and is a kind of sequel to Dizzy another Cathy Cassidy book. It’s not one of my favorites but it’s still good. It explores social boundaries and how money is at the core of every argument. A good book, for ages 12+
3 March 2012
Lucky Star is a sequel to Cathy Cassidy’s book, Dizzy. It is a really dynamic book, and I urge anyone to read it. I feel really sorry for mouse, and this book is so hard to put down!!
2 March 2012
Mouse is always getting into serious trouble, and when he meets Cat, it goes the other way… Mouse is trying to get OUT of trouble. Cat’s trying her best to land herself IN it. But Mouse thinks Cat might not be telling him everything… This was my second Cathy Cassidy book and now I’ve read all of them! * * * * *!
1 March 2012
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