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Ratings and Book Reviews (21 163 star ratings
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    A cracking read!

    I loved this tale with it's witty banter and compelling story. Brilliantly written, recommended read
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    Jasper Jones-you've got to read it!

    Absolutely loved it...had me from the first couple of pages, just couldn't put it down!
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    Wow so different

    I did not know what to expect but found this book to be so compelling it was hard to put down. A story. With so much to follow into a very complicated world of unusual people and places. I would recommend.
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    Greatcread

    Book has been likened to 'Australian version of to kill a mokingbird'. I feel that is a fair comment.
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    Jasper Jones

    The style is subtly different from most books I read. Believable characters and situations. Strong theme of scapegoating. A window into the minds and relationships of teens in a small town.
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