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  1. says:

    There are literally no redeeming ualities about this book The plot wasn't interesting I couldn't sympathise with the characters and it honestly felt like I was reading a first draft Also there seems to be a distinct aversion to commas what did the comma ever do to you?It also irritated me that the author name dropped so many places and streets around Sheffield ok I get it you went to Sheffield to do research well done now please stop showing off I don't need all this information and it's really distracting I don't think it adds to the book at all unless the reader is familiar with Sheffield I haven't had an excuse to dig out a 1 star rating in a while but this book left me with no other option


  2. says:

    All I can say is wowWowLiterally wowWhat an emotional story which generally made my heart break into two So why the three star rating I hear you ask? I'll explainAlthough I feel that the topic about teen pregnancy was covered well the overall feel of the story I found was uite depressing I have read emotional stories in my time but I read this story when I was having a really down day and it made my sadness increase further This story is about Helen and Chris a couple in love and trying to get out there in the world by going to UniversityCollege but that plan is thwarted somewhat when Helen finds out she is expecting a baby Helen writes down how she feels and addresses the unborn baby as Dear NobodyThe ending of the story did make me cry but without wanting to give things away again I could tell beforehand what was going to happen at the end and this time I was half right Maybe I was the wrong target audience for this story I really don't know Maybe I just read the story on the wrong day in the wrong frame of mind But it simply wasn't for me I found parts too upsetting to readI do recommend the story though to anyone who is interested in the teen pregnancy topic and the inner thoughts of a teen mother to be


  3. says:

    Chris and Helen are both studying on high school It is their last year and they both have plans for the future Chris wants to study English Helen music They have sex and after just only that one time everything chances Helen gets sick and after several pregnancy tests she learns that she is pregnantThe news of Helen's pregnancy are shock to everyone especially to Helen She feels like she cannot speak to anyone about the situation She starts to write letters to 'dear nobody' to her unborn baby By these letters the reader gets to know what Helen really feels and how her love towards her baby developsI decided to read this book as a part of the read a thon because it is pretty short I think the book is just a perfect lenght I am happy Doherty did not put too much stuff into it to make it longer Doherty tells a beautiful story about love and making choices Doherty uses beautiful language throughout the book to describe how the bond between Helen and her unborn baby is created A light and easy read with a deeper message


  4. says:

    This is a good story even if it doesn't have a fairytale ending


  5. says:

    Berlie Doherty skill lies in writing What always amazes me is how beautiful a book can be written – especially if it is short In this YA book which is about teenage pregnancy documented month by month I found the structure of this novel interesting as Chris was telling the story but it was interspersed with Helen’s ‘Dear Nobody’ letters I thought the two main characters were very well fleshed out As for the topic of teenage pregnancy I thought it was very well handled in this book However it did leave an unmistakable taste of Waterloo Road in my mouth That said I really did enjoy reading this The writing was so beautiful so I’ll leave with a uote ‘Late January The sort of day that never really starts when daylight hardly happens and night folds in by mid afternoon hushing everything back to sleep again’


  6. says:

    I thought this was a very realistic account of what might happen to a teenage couple when the girl gets pregnant At first I had trouble understanding why Helen did what she did but it was clear at the end it was the right thing My only issue with it would be that it is so negative I ended up feeling sorry for just about everybody in the story including the older generations and the baby It would probably succeed in making teenagers take to avoid pregnancy but it would be a depressing read for any teenager who was already pregnant


  7. says:

    Ugghhh I really didn't like this book at all


  8. says:

    Although a Puffin book because it is marketed as teenage fiction Dear Nobody is a lot grown up than much of the juvenile nonsense that passes for adult fiction these days The only reason I can see that it is pigeon holed as a teenage fiction is that the two main characters are 18 year olds — nothing else The story is beautifully told the characters well rounded and their emotional life made real It tells of family inheritance and growing up There is an attention to detail in the story telling that places you there as a reader like the description of the grandfather’s bonfire and the toad followed by the imagery of the bits of privet that her grandfather tidies up looking like a bridal bouuet I love the way the novel has aged — taking you back to a time when teenagers had to conduct romances in whispered voices from telephones in the hall or from public phone boxes None of you’re Skyping and instant messaging back then I thought there was a bit of a missed opportunity to really tied the book to Sheffield — particularly in the character of the grandfather who only lets slip and occasional “ay” and “reckon” and a single “nowt” It is a shame but perhaps it is not regarded as doing a book many favours in its marketability to tie it too closely to a region One small annoyance was the creeping in of errors in the Kindle version probably errors of setting up the e book file and not checking it properly Not what you expect from Penguin1 of 34 Sheffield novels reviewed at


  9. says:

    Read this book a couple of times as a teen I don't really remember the story besides the basic synopsis but I remember that it had made me cry and think about unusual topics for me like unwanted teen pregnancies and how one shouldcould react to it


  10. says:

    I had to read this for school and I think it is safe to say that otherwise I would've never even heard of and definitely never read this book Reading this was very frustrating to me because the book deals with a topic that is important and should be talked about and I agreed with that but I really didn't like the way it was done I disliked both main characters and I was pretty annoyed by the whole letter thing It was an okay read but I probably wouldn't have finished it if it hadn't been for school


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Hon gör slut Chris tar det mycket hårt och kan inte fatta att han plötsligt inte existerar för Helen längre och att hon tar alla beslut själ. Although a Puffin book because it is marketed as teenage fiction Dear Nobody is a lot grown up than much of the juvenile nonsense that passes for adult fiction these days The only reason I can see that it is pigeon holed as a teenage fiction is that the two main characters are 18 year olds — nothing else The story is beautifully told the characters well rounded and their emotional life made real It tells of family inheritance and growing up There is an attention to detail in the story telling that places you there as a reader like the description of the grandfather’s bonfire and the toad followed by the imagery of the bits of privet that her grandfather tidies up looking like a bridal bouuet I love the way the novel has aged — taking you back to a time when teenagers had to conduct romances in whispered voices from telephones in the hall or from public phone boxes None of you’re Skyping and instant messaging back then I thought there was a bit of a missed opportunity to really tied the book to Sheffield — particularly in the character of the grandfather who only lets slip and occasional “ay” and “reckon” and a single “nowt” It is a shame but perhaps it is not regarded as doing a book many favours in its marketability to tie it too closely to a region One small annoyance was the creeping in of errors in the Kindle version probably errors of setting up the e book file and not checking it properly Not what you expect from Penguin1 of 34 Sheffield novels reviewed at La Tragédie du capitaine Dreyfus och kan inte fatta att han plötsligt inte existerar för Helen längre Napoléon och att hon tar alla beslut själ. Although a Puffin book because it is marketed as teenage fiction Dear Nobody is a lot grown up than much La Restauration. Les idées et les hommes of the juvenile nonsense that passes for adult fiction these days The L'aveuglement de Napoléon only reason I can see that it is pigeon holed as a teenage fiction is that the two main characters are 18 year Mémorial de Sainte-Hélène (1) olds — nothing else The story is beautifully told the characters well rounded and their emotional life made real It tells La Commune et les Communards of family inheritance and growing up There is an attention to detail in the story telling that places you there as a reader like the description Les aides de camp de Napoléon et des maréchaux sous le Premier Empire (1804-1815) of the grandfather’s bonfire and the toad followed by the imagery Mémoires, Chaque pas doit être un but (Tome 1) of the bits Ecorces of privet that her grandfather tidies up looking like a bridal bouuet I love the way the novel has aged — taking you back to a time when teenagers had to conduct romances in whispered voices from telephones in the hall Lettres à Anne: (1962-1995) or from public phone boxes None Mélancolie française of you’re Skyping and instant messaging back then I thought there was a bit Opération bagration la revanche de Staline (été 1944) of a missed L'État contre les juifs: Vichy, les nazis et la persécution antisémite opportunity to really tied the book to Sheffield — particularly in the character Nouvelle histoire de la France contemporaine, Tome 8 : 1848 ou l'apprentissage de la République, 1848-1852 of the grandfather who Les soldats de la honte only lets slip and Le traité de Versailles et la fin de la Première Guerre mondiale: Chronique d’une paix manquée occasional “ay” and “reckon” and a single “nowt” It is a shame but perhaps it is not regarded as doing a book many favours in its marketability to tie it too closely to a region One small annoyance was the creeping in Le jour le plus long : 6 juin 1944 of errors in the Kindle version probably errors Itinéraire d'un triangle rose of setting up the e book file and not checking it properly Not what you expect from Penguin1 Noirs dans les camps nazis of 34 Sheffield novels reviewed at

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Det blir en chock för Helen när hon upptäcker att hon är med barn Vad ska hon göra Hon som just fått sitt efterlängtade stipendium till mus. All I can say is wowWowLiterally wowWhat an emotional story which generally made my heart break into two So why the three star rating I hear you ask I'll explainAlthough I feel that the topic about teen pregnancy was covered well the overall feel of the story I found was uite depressing I have read emotional stories in my time but I read this story when I was having a really down day and it made my sadness increase further This story is about Helen and Chris a couple in love and trying to get out there in the world by going to UniversityCollege but that plan is thwarted somewhat when Helen finds out she is expecting a baby Helen writes down how she feels and addresses the unborn baby as Dear NobodyThe ending of the story did make me cry but without wanting to give things away again I could tell beforehand what was going to happen at the end and this time I was half right Maybe I was the wrong target audience for this story I really don't know Maybe I just read the story on the wrong day in the wrong frame of mind But it simply wasn't for me I found parts too upsetting to readI do recommend the story though to anyone who is interested in the teen pregnancy topic and the inner thoughts of a teen mother to be Nouvelle Histoire de la France contemporaine, tome 10 : Les Débuts de la troisième République, 1871-1898 overall feel La France et les Français sous la IIIe République 1870-1940 of the story I found was uite depressing I have read emotional stories in my time but I read this story when I was having a really down day and it made my sadness increase further This story is about Helen and Chris a couple in love and trying to get Nouvelle Histoire de la France contemporaine, tome 9 : De la fête impériale au mur des fédérés, 1852-1871 out there in the world by going to UniversityCollege but that plan is thwarted somewhat when Helen finds Un souvenir de Solférino (Éd.1862) out she is expecting a baby Helen writes down how she feels and addresses the unborn baby as Dear NobodyThe ending Le champ de luzerne of the story did make me cry but without wanting to give things away again I could tell beforehand what was going to happen at the end and this time I was half right Maybe I was the wrong target audience for this story I really don't know Maybe I just read the story Le Triomphe de la République - 1871-1914 on the wrong day in the wrong frame La République radicale (1898-1914) of mind But it simply wasn't for me I found parts too upsetting to readI do recommend the story though to anyone who is interested in the teen pregnancy topic and the inner thoughts Caulaincourt : Diplomate de Napoléon of a teen mother to be

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Ikhögskolan Hon behöver vara ensam och reda ut sina motstridiga känslor Visst tycker hon om Chris men hon är inte redo för för alltid ännu. I thought this was a very realistic account of what might happen to a teenage couple when the girl gets pregnant At first I had trouble understanding why Helen did what she did but it was clear at the end it was the right thing My only issue with it would be that it is so negative I ended up feeling sorry for just about everybody in the story including the older generations and the baby It would probably succeed in making teenagers take to avoid pregnancy but it would be a depressing read for any teenager who was already pregnant