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A compelling debut novel about first love and an unlikely friendship set against the backdrop of the breathtaking Cumbrian landscapeGlenn Jackson is thirteen and has moved with his father from Burnley to Torbeck in the Lake District His Mum has not come with I picked up this book during a MPH sale near my office Oh my gosh I have such mix feeling about this bookI mean seriously where do I even beginThe book is named after the big uirky giant yet the story is 80% mostly about Glenn Not saying that that is a bad thing because Glenn is an interesting character There are many other interesting characters in this book that I will highlight as I go Glenn is a cool artistic kid with a big heart I like how he doesn’t judge people even though they are weird And also liked the fact that he fell for an odd ball girl rather than the popular bitch in school The thing about this book is that honestly the giant is not all that super interesting at first I mean yeah he was a page turner in the first chapter but then it fell back to Glenn and his life while Harleuin became an additional odd ball character that appears occasionally without much character development You will be very curious about this giant but the suspense was dragged a little too long that you eventually forget about Harleuin’s mystery I mean seriously even after you read 40 chapters there is little you know about Harleuin And way too many things happens in the book that Harleuin just falls back as an supplementary reminder of who the book was named after Beefwits is by far the worse villain ever OMG every time he does a bad boy scene in front of Glenn he makes a complete fool of himself So many of those scene made me laugh out loud in public that people in turn looked at me weird Laura and her sis they don’t really stand out much to me Their characters are just somewhat familiar like I’ve seen it all before Baz is a deaf nerd and the kind of friend that you can depend on is even though he is not much of a talker but you know he is faithful So why did I take so long to finish this book? Because I felt like the author was trying to sueeze in so much about Glenn and his life that it felt like I was living his life chapter by chapter It dragged on too much and like I said earlier he kinda overshadowed Harleuin I also don’t uite like the writing style it was rather confusing and the way the sentences were constructed made me confused a few time And that meant rereading certain text over and over again I also felt like the author tried to cram so many writing styles in this book I eventually gave up halfway and started to fast read usually means I read without really taking in the story up until I came towards the end of the book maybe about last 5 chapters and that’s when the story started to pick up speed Part 3 was better and that is when you really get to know what happened and who Harleuin is and the whole twist in the end was surprising After the climax I felt the author decided to cram even “character building” and it felt rushed and forced at least to me because the first half the book there was a steady slow pace of storytelling that don’t have much progress chapter by chapter Then towards the end everything was happening way too fast and strained I admit the book surprised me at the end Mixture of feeling impressed sorrow and content It has awesome story to tell but the story telling was not done properly and that may have put off a lot of readers So I’m still about 5050 about this book

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Imself behind clown’s make up and an old hat He hides in terror whenever the fighter jets have practice runs over Torbeck When Harleuin rescues Glenn the two form an unusual friendship and Glenn comes closer to discovering what Harleuin is running away fro very good book it had all emoyion and the basic essence of friewndship

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4 thoughts on “The Great Harleuin Grim Definitions

  1. says:

    I picked up this book during a MPH sale near my office Oh my gosh I have such mix feeling about this bookI mean seriously where do I even beginThe book is named after the big uirky giant yet the story is 80% mostly about Glenn Not saying that that is a bad thing because Glenn is an interesting character There are many other interesting characters in this book that I will highlight as I go Glenn is a cool artistic kid with a big heart I like how he doesn’t judge people even though they are weird And also liked the fact that he fell for an odd ball girl rather than the popular bitch in school The thing about this book is that honestly the giant is not all that super interesting at first I mean yeah he was a page turner in the first chapter but then it fell back to Glenn and his life while Harleuin became an additional odd ball character that appears occasionally without much character development You will be very curious about this giant but the suspense was dragged a little too long that you eventually forget about Harleuin’s mystery I mean seriously even after you read 40 chapters there is little you know about Harleuin And way too many things happens in the book that Harleuin just falls back as an supplementary reminder of who the book was named after Beefwits is by far the worse villain ever OMG every time he does a bad boy scene in front of Glenn he makes a complete fool of himself So many of those scene made me laugh out loud in public that people in turn looked at me weird Laura and her sis they don’t really stand out much to me Their characters are just somewhat familiar like I’ve seen it all before Baz is a deaf nerd and the kind of friend that you can depend on is even though he is not much of a talker but you know he is faithful So why did I take so long to finish this book? Because I felt like the author was trying to sueeze in so much about Glenn and his life that it felt like I was living his life chapter by chapter It dragged on too much and like I said earlier he kinda overshadowed Harleuin I also don’t uite like the writing style it was rather confusing and the way the sentences were constructed made me confused a few time And that meant rereading certain text over and over again I also felt like the author tried to cram so many writing styles in this book I eventually gave up halfway and started to fast read usually means I read without really taking in the story up until I came towards the end of the book maybe about last 5 chapters and that’s when the story started to pick up speed Part 3 was better and that is when you really get to know what happened and who Harleuin is and the whole twist in the end was surprising After the climax I felt the author decided to cram even “character building” and it felt rushed and forced at least to me because the first half the book there was a steady slow pace of storytelling that don’t have much progress chapter by chapter Then towards the end everything was happening way too fast and strained I admit the book surprised me at the end Mixture of feeling impressed sorrow and content It has awesome story to tell but the story telling was not done properly and that may have put off a lot of readers So I’m still about 5050 about this book


  2. says:

    You know how sometimes you pick up a book and you expect it to be something And then it defies your expectations beyond belief? This book was like that for me I found it dark and brilliant I couldn't predict the plot twists as they happened all I could be certain of is that something bad was going to happen I was so attatched to the characters that I almost cried reading it on the train Don't get me wrong it isn't perfect Its just really brilliant It didn't really capture the emotions of a teenager for me oO


  3. says:

    very good book it had all emoyion and the basic essence of friewndship


  4. says:

    Wasn't for me this book Confusing the way the book was written and the mystery wasn't complete


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