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This review is from: Treasure This (Paperback)
Treasure This is a brilliant book with cliff-hanger all the way!
I could not put it down and was reading it when ever I could!
Kay has a brilliant style of writing and I hope she writes a sequel.
Definitely a must read!
(reprinted with permission)

A nice write-up from the Bath Chronicle’s Weekend magazine of 10th October 2013:

Bath Chronicle, Weekend Mag, 10th October 2013

Bath Chronicle, Weekend Mag, 10th October 2013




And my very first reader and reviewer is Sam Pettit, who’s 10 and  lives in Spain:

I really enjoyed the book the characters were great and she should really keep the Scotish words but there were some words i did not understand like it says in the book “she made a tsk sound” and i didn’t understand that part … but overall the book was amazing and it is great for my age group and when my mum said “sam take a little break” i just kept saying five more minutes i couldn’t stop reading it kept me going.and when i started the book i loved the part when she finds out theres not only 1 body in the ground theres 4.and i will definitely be telling people in my school about this book i know they will enjoy it as much as i did.   Sam Pettit

Thanks Sam, for being my first reader and for giving me such an honest and great review! I’m glad you liked it so much you couldn’t put it down. That’s always a good sign. Kay

4 Responses to NEWS and REVIEWS

  1. Di Tatlock says:

    I too have red this book, although I am nearer 100 than ten (70 to be precise!). I thoroughly enjoyed it. The characters were well drawn in the main, although there could have been a little more depth in the Goth sister of the heroine, Addy. It was good to have characters reflecting a cross section of contemporary family life from younger brother to Granny and Great Aunts.
    The story maintained a good pace with new and exciting action in each chapter, whilst overall a thrilling climax was reached. I particularly liked the open ending which would allow younger readers to remain involved and to reach their own conclusions about what had happened and what would happen in the future. Very enjoyable!

  2. kayrleitch says:

    Thank you very much for this, Di. I’m delighted you enjoyed the story (and the ending). I’m glad it appeals to all ages.

  3. jorgia maynard-pickett says:

    A fantastic read right to the last page cannot believe it’s your first book can’t wait for the next one. Jorgia

  4. kayrleitch says:

    Thank you, Jorgia! I’m so glad you enjoyed it. I’m working hard on the next one right now.

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