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The Private Blog of Joe Cowley

The Private Blog of Joe Cowley The brilliantly funny and cringe worthy secret blog of year old Joe Cowley wannabe comic artist and self confessed repeller of girls Sunday st January So here s the thing I ve decided to start wri

  • Title: The Private Blog of Joe Cowley
  • Author: BenDavis
  • ISBN: 9780192736758
  • Page: 397
  • Format: Paperback
  • The brilliantly funny and cringe worthy secret blog of 14 year old Joe Cowley wannabe comic artist and self confessed repeller of girls Sunday 1st January So here s the thing I ve decided to start writing a blog A private one The idea is that it ll help me sort my life out, because quite frankly, it can t get much worse I gained the nickname Puke Skywalker afThe brilliantly funny and cringe worthy secret blog of 14 year old Joe Cowley wannabe comic artist and self confessed repeller of girls Sunday 1st January So here s the thing I ve decided to start writing a blog A private one The idea is that it ll help me sort my life out, because quite frankly, it can t get much worse I gained the nickname Puke Skywalker after vomiting over Louise Bentley on the waltzer I am subjected to daily wedgies by my arch enemy Gav James My so called best mates are trying to get me killed in a bid to win 250 on You ve Been Framed This cannot go on I have to do something, or I ll end up like Mad Morris down the park who thinks he s Jesus By the end of next term, I m going to be a completely different person At least, that s the theory

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    1. Many thanks to the children’s publishers at Oxford University Press for giving me the opportunity to read this quirky and amusing young adult novel by Ben Davis. After reading it, I immediately thought that it was the Adrian Mole for the new generation and one of my favourite things about the book was the cute comic strip illustrations and photographic images that made Joe’s blog entries even more interesting and fun to read. Joe Cowley is your typical fourteen year old teenager. He loves St [...]


    2. This is brilliant. A new generation of the famous Adrian mole! If you have enjoyed this book (or the series) I strongly recommend the Adrian mole books. This is very comical ,a great laugh. BUT BEWARE these books will make you laugh cry and cringe (but probably not puke!) Hilariously funny and has a happy yet morally ending. Always be your self , never pretend to be someone you aren't to be liked as this has disastrous results as you'll find out in this amazing book!




    3. This book is funny and entertaining fiction and a great start to a series that really grips the reader. The genre is comedy and the way how joe and his friends try to scare away gav to Scotland. But at the end Joe regrets this desicion and wants gav to stay so not to jeopardise his relationship with his girlfriend Lisa. This relationship isn't a great choice though, joe finds this out at the end.


    4. It was VERY funny and entertaining. It has some very surprising twists with happy and sad moments and interesting characters


    5. Joe Cowley, a wannabe comic artist and self confessed girl repeller, who has an intense love for everything Star Trek and finally fulfilling his goal of kissing a girl for the very first time. So far so good, well not really. Joe is a 14 year old who decides to start a private blog in which he can talk about each day as they come and go, most of them though, are wonderfully disastrous, but that is what makes him an interesting character. He currently lives with his mother, who has decided her bo [...]


    6. At first I can't tell if the main character was a teen or a middle child, but as I go through the story, I understood he's a teen. I wasn't hooked at the first time but as the story goes on, it gets more interesting, specially the moment where Joe and Gav finds for the squeaky parrot pet. It was all an happy ever after, but I was kind of expecting more. Over all, I was about to rate this four but since it had drawings on it which makes it a lot more fun to read, I think it deserves a five!


    7. This book is very well written it hooks in the reader and keeps wanting them to read it to find out what happens. However this book is to hard to relate to when the reader is under 14 years old. This is because the main character(Joe Cowley) is doing things that most people under 14 would never think of doing. He is simply to hard to relate to.







    8. Joe er desperat etter å få sitt første kyss, men som erklært nerd er det ikke lett å få napp. Spesielt ikke når han sikter skyhøyt, på selveste Lisa Hall. Livet går fra passelig greit til riktig ille, når den bøllete sønnen til morens nye kjæreste også flytter inn, og må dele rom med stakkars Joe.Dette ER ganske morsomt, selv for en på 53. Åpenbart en bokserie "i tradisjon etter" (som man sier i folkemusikkmiljøet) Diary of a wimpy kid, men denne krever, og gir, litt mer.



    9. Raamatu sihtgrupina on määratletud teismelised poisid, kes "Äpardi päevaraamatu" lugemiseks ennast liiga vanaks peavad. Et mul teismeliseks koolipoisiks olemise kogemus puudub, on natuke keeruline miskit huvigrupist lähtuvalt arvata ja hinnata. Esimesed 40-50 lehekülge arvasin, et selles raamatus ei hakkagi mitte midagi toimuma ja lõpuni võib lugeda mitmekülgset valikut tegelaste omavahelistest vestlustest ning peategelase mõtetest, mille teemaks on peaasjalikult tüdrukud, musafestiva [...]


    10. Really good description but a bit weird. Otherwise it is excellent and I really would recommend this book for someone ages 9 and above. It is an older version of diary of a wimpy kid. For children a bit older than that.


    11. Recommend for 13-15 year olds looking for a funny story, not minding everyday rude jokes. Journal style as Wimpy Kid, but text-based, with drawings as extras. I wasn't sure during the first 20 pages, then eager to see how the story progressed, couldn't have predicted all the twist and turns.


    12. This was fine at the time. Don't plan to reread but I remember it being very easy and a bit fun so I'd say it was alright








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