Victor Kelleher


Victor Kelleher is a person who intrigues the reader with ironic surprises

>>By rt   (Wednesday, 5 Feb 2003 08:37)

the book sounds good and i am reading taronga and it is about a guy who can talk to the animals.

>>By Wessley Brennan   (Wednesday, 5 Mar 2003 02:19)

I just read the novel 'Taronga' for English at my school and at first I was really negatice about it, as I thought it would be a little childish and the story uninteresting. However, it turned out to be pretty good read.

>>By Mightyoaknut   (Saturday, 8 Mar 2003 10:46)

I thought that the green piper was the most boring book i have ever read

>>By monica   (Friday, 4 Apr 2003 14:26)

We read dis book 4 english and thought it was the most pathetic book we eva read!
We had 2 read dis and we are in da top class 4 english!

>>By Mikica andJeCa   (Wednesday, 9 Apr 2003 04:57)

I read taronga , and i thought about it , and the more i thought about it , the more i relised i hated it .

>>By Lauren   (Tuesday, 13 May 2003 11:51)

I am reading where the whales sing, I like it, but i think it needs a revamp

>>By Caitlin   (Tuesday, 20 May 2003 04:00)

this book is boring i could read past the first sentece now i have to do 2 essays on it and don;t what it's about!

>>By cassie   (Tuesday, 10 Jun 2003 05:45)

I have to read 'The Makers', and it's so hard to understand it. And I have to do a book review about it when I hardly understand it.

>>By avis   (Sunday, 22 Jun 2003 09:00)

Kellehers books are among some of the greatest books ive ever read. If you manage to read past the first sentance you will see they have a deep meaning. Boring? Never! Try reading Slow Burn by Kelleher, that is among the most exciting books ive ever read

>>By Daniel   (Sunday, 13 Jul 2003 05:41)

I read Taronga in the holidays and when I came back to school, I had to read it again.
When I read it the second time, I picked up things I hadn't noticed before.
More good books of his I have read are:
The Ivory Trails
The Red King.
They're all excellent reads and make you think.

>>By just_slightly_insane   (Monday, 12 Apr 2004 08:30)

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