Siggy and Amber

Siggy and Amber I want to see what s behind the door Amber maybe we should leave We can t back out now There is something strange at Tallis Point Siggy knows because he s seen it And now the mysterious non blonde

  • Title: Siggy and Amber
  • Author: Doug MacLeod
  • ISBN: 9780143304388
  • Page: 111
  • Format: Paperback
  • I want to see what s behind the door Amber, maybe we should leave We can t back out now There is something strange at Tallis Point Siggy knows, because he s seen it And now the mysterious, non blonde Amber want to see it too.Should Siggy take Amber to Tallis Point On the good side, he might end up with a girlfriend On the bad side, he might explode It s a tough I want to see what s behind the door Amber, maybe we should leave We can t back out now There is something strange at Tallis Point Siggy knows, because he s seen it And now the mysterious, non blonde Amber want to see it too.Should Siggy take Amber to Tallis Point On the good side, he might end up with a girlfriend On the bad side, he might explode It s a tough decision.Funny, touching, and outrageous, Siggy and Amber is Doug MacLeod at his very best.

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    1 thought on “Siggy and Amber”

    1. This is truly a Doug MacLeod novel. With a writing style and story prose all his own, you can sniff a Doug MacLeod book off the shelf by simply reading the title. I mean, come on, Siggy and Amber? It reflex his writing to the dot. And I do love his writing. After chapter one, I could see similarities to Life of a Teenage Bodysnatcher. Maybe it’s the style. I wasn’t disappointed, but the voice of the novel is basically the same. I could have swapped Siggy (our narrator) for Thomas (the narrat [...]

    2. 'A boy. A girl. A ghostly puzzle'. 14 year olds Ziggy and Amber become boyfriend and girlfriend, mapping uncharted water together with unlikely help from Ziggy's older sister Helena and his best friend, Fergus, who is very Scottish. Wry and amusing, a gentle story that will suit preteens and young teens. Those who enjoy this might also enjoy 'The Khaki Kid' by Robert Newton; '6 impossible things' by Fiona Wood; and 'Looking for Alibrandi' by Melina Marchetta.

    3. Lots of fun to be had in this book. I had tears of laughter about a kitchen utensil and was oddly sad about finishing this book and saying good bye to the characters. The most enjoyable elements were the warm and very witty Siggy who has an admirable determination, the dynamics between different members of a family and the discussions around a dinner table .

    4. I thoroughly enjoyed the story, I fell in love with he characters and simply didn't want it to end. Siggy and Amber sees Doug Macleod in fine form, with entertaining, smart writing, engaging not just the younger readers, making us laugh, wince, think and ultimately feel good.

    5. I absolutely connect with DOug MacLeod's understated humour. I giggled and chuckled aloud all day. People stared at me. I did not care. I love this book.

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