Thanks to everyone who wrote reviews of my book for the Nottingham Brilliant Book Awards. Here are a few:-
I think this book was different and clever. I think at the end you sort of understand why it is called “never odd or even” The school bully Victor always called Eliot odd but in the end they were even for what they did!!!! I would recommend this book to anyone who wants to read something that makes you think or if you what to read something different.
Claire – Ockbrook School
I absolutely loved Never Odd or Even – the font was spacey and big, making it a quick and easy book to read. I really loved the story line, as it was really interesting and fantastic. Moreover, I loved the anagrams as they gave you a challenge whilst you were reading.
Corey – Chilwell School
I really liked this book, so much that I found that I was reading it all the time. I think this book will be good for people who like mysteries and working out words and maths. I really like it as at the end Eliot gets his revenge. When you read this book you will read every page of it over and over again! I really enjoyed this book and I recommend it to anyone else who wants to read it.
Erin – John Port School
A bully and a genius collide, and everyone knows what happens then. A fantastic novel that traps your mind within the story line and forces it to do its biding. And its biding is; tell everyone how amazing it is. If you can put this book down, then you are not reading it properly for I and all my friends couldn’t. Thank you John Townsend and never stop writing.
Keelan – Chilwell School
Wow! That’s all I can really say! The book is not very long, but every page makes more sense, trust me. The end is shocking. Pick it up, and don’t put it down until you’re finished!
Matthew – Bramcote Park Business & Enterprise School