Lucky Star PDF/EPUB å Hardcover

Lucky Star PDF/EPUB å Hardcover


  • Hardcover
  • 243 pages
  • Lucky Star
  • Cathy Cassidy
  • English
  • 20 February 2019
  • 0141383267

10 thoughts on “Lucky Star

  1. Ali Ali says:

    This book is really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really real This book is really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really cute for me anyway


  2. Saniya Saniya says:

    I loved this book It was so cute and sweet and adventurous My friend suggested me to read this book from the library and honestly I adored this book Might contain spoilers Characters I loved Mouse He was a lonely emo sort of character who was poor, his dad ditched him when he was seven, his mom involved in drugs, living in a bad community and thought he could never date a rich girl On the other hand, Cat was rich and pretty but she lost her brother, no one pays attention to her, was left al I loved this book It was so cute and sweet and adventurous My friend suggested me to read this book from the library and honestly I adored this book Might contain spoilers Characters I loved Mouse He was a lonely emo sort of character who was poor, his dad ditched him when he was seven, his mom involved in drugs, living in a bad community and thought he could never date a rich girl On the other hand, Cat was rich and pretty but she lost her brother, no one pays attention to her, was left alone they were very likable characters I felt very angry at Cat in the end but I guess she was sort of confused and angry with her life I mean when I was 12, all I could do is play games and study to get good grades Last but not the leastLucky is Lucky lol xDPlot The Mystery in the end was really good I was so shocked when she was actually a 12 years old girl Lmao and she was Dave s daughter I am fourteen I was like Omg If I dated a 12 year old boy, I would be doomed for life but it was so sweet when he said that now he didn t care if she s twelve or fourteen and all that matters is she cares about him I loved it how the author tries to tell us that we should care about each other, shouldn t judge people by how rich they are nor where they live, don t be scared of bad people, stand up for your rights and how to support each otherI loved the ending tooSo sad but still a happy ending So I guess you can see how much I loved this book Its so sweet and short, you could just read this book if you are in a hurry or you need to read some short cute story book if you have got a lot of time, In my case, I read it because I had a Religion test the day after tomorrow and I needed a short book to read D I will give this book 4.5 5 stars D


  3. Sarah Kenchington Sarah Kenchington says:

    Considering how much I loved Dizzy , when I realised Lucky Star focussed on a now grown up character from that novel, I was immediately going to love this book Seeing Mouse indepth, and as a confused teenager was absolutely wonderful and when Dizzy and Finn returned I literally put the book down and began squealing This was a beautiful book, and a breath of fresh air amongst sequels which so often flop This one has the same spirit of Dizzy The characters feel the same They just Considering how much I loved Dizzy , when I realised Lucky Star focussed on a now grown up character from that novel, I was immediately going to love this book Seeing Mouse indepth, and as a confused teenager was absolutely wonderful and when Dizzy and Finn returned I literally put the book down and began squealing This was a beautiful book, and a breath of fresh air amongst sequels which so often flop This one has the same spirit of Dizzy The characters feel the same They just feel older


  4. Sophie & Sophie & says:

    This is a childhood favourite of mine, and I must have read this dozens of times Every time it makes me smile with its cute, loveable characters I especially love Mouse as he is cheeky, damaged, na ve and utterly likeable This book is an easy and happy read but then it is for children after all I loved the fact that Cathy Cassidy wrote this from a boys perspective, a nice change from her other books, which I found a little girly even as a little girl myself at the time.


  5. Maia Maia says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here This is one of the few Cathy Cassidy books that I haven t ever actually read before And I really felt as if I ought to, because my friends have all said it s good, and it sounded pretty interesting, and also, it s told from a boy s perspective which is unusual in a Cathy Cassidy book , and also, that boy happens to be Mouse, who is my favourite character in my favourite Cathy Cassidy book that book being Dizzy So I picked Lucky Star up, and read it in two days, and I wasn t actually dis This is one of the few Cathy Cassidy books that I haven t ever actually read before And I really felt as if I ought to, because my friends have all said it s good, and it sounded pretty interesting, and also, it s told from a boy s perspective which is unusual in a Cathy Cassidy book , and also, that boy happens to be Mouse, who is my favourite character in my favourite Cathy Cassidy book that book being Dizzy So I picked Lucky Star up, and read it in two days, and I wasn t actually disappointed.So, it s seven years after the events of Dizzy took place, and Mouse is no longer the small, timid seven year old he once was, but is a slightly rebellious boy at the ripe old age of fourteen, living on the notorious Eden Estate with his mum, an ex drug addict Mouse gets into trouble a lot mostly because what he considers to be artwork , other people see as vandalism , his teachers hate him, and school is an utter bore But Mouse s life is about to change.Cue Cat, the crazy, quirky, beautiful girl who has just come crashing into Mouse s world, dragging a whole lot of trouble behind her What starts off as a fun friendship quickly becomes something , and it is not long before Mouse finds himself living for the time he spends with Cat Insane, wonderful things happen when they re together, but everyone has secrets, and soon Mouse realises that there can only be one winner in a game of cat and mouse.I d like to start off by saying that there was so much about this book that I liked Firstly, the age thing Can we just appreciate that Mouse is fourteen, not twelve, the age that Cathy Cassidy is so fond of And Cat she s fourteen too I relished that fact, until of course, I reached the end, where it was revealed that she was twelve after all I ll admit, I almost threw my book across the room in frustration at that point, because of Cathy Cassidy s terrible age misjudgement making an unexpected cameo appearance Well, I mean, fourteen is still a little young to be doing the sort of thing that Mouse does, but at least he has gotten past the whole tween stage Also, because he was pretty close in age to me, I felt like I identified with him a lotIn fact, I really did empathise with Mouse, which I wasn t expecting at all You know, because he s a boy, which I m not, and he has a messed up background, which I don t.I really loved Mouse as a character he s really developed since Dizzy , and has acquired a personality all of his own The way he described certain situations put a whole new slant of the various issues that having a troubled past can bring, such as drugs, and how they hurt people, which was quite eye opening And also, Cat She just made the story, really She was so crazy and cool, and I loved hearing about her insane escapades She was atypical of a Cathy Cassidy love interest Firstly, because she was a girl most of Cathy s other books are told from the perspective of girls, therefore, the love interests are usually guys Secondly, she had flaws Although she was beautiful, and had that funny, sassy streak, she was far from perfect, which made her a lotbelievable Now you re probably wondering If I liked the book all that much, why did I give it such an average rating Well, I ll tell you It was a brilliant book.by Cathy Cassidy s standards In comparison to other books, not written by Cathy, well, it was average See, I rate books based on my enjoyment of them, and how well written they were intricate plotlines, with shock twists, complex language, etc , and based on that scale, Lucky Star didn t score very high I mean, it was aimed at younger readers, younger than myself, and the writing and plot just don t compare to a lot of the books I ve read, that have been amazing, and have been awarded a 4 or 5 star rating from me So, overall, it was worth only 3 stars, because it pales into insignificance besides, for example, The Hunger Games or Harry Potter I d rate this book6 out of 10 stars I can t tell her that, in my sky, she s the brightest star Mouse


  6. Kathleen Kathleen says:

    This is a really easy read, I d read the book when I was a few years younger and found it in my bookshelves last week and felt the urge to re read it as I d loved it the first time The story is simple but at the same time beautiful Mouse is a character you can t help but love despite his initial reckless behavior His past is heartbreaking and yet he still manages to open up to someone after a bit of a confidence boost Cat is the real troublemaker in this book She s playing the biggest game This is a really easy read, I d read the book when I was a few years younger and found it in my bookshelves last week and felt the urge to re read it as I d loved it the first time The story is simple but at the same time beautiful Mouse is a character you can t help but love despite his initial reckless behavior His past is heartbreaking and yet he still manages to open up to someone after a bit of a confidence boost Cat is the real troublemaker in this book She s playing the biggest game of all and in the ends gets caught up in her lies because of her own insane idea The writing is simple and sweet We re reading from a 14 year old boy s perspective so the writing style is perfectly adapted It s a lovely story with what seems for the first time in Mouse s life to be a happy ending I enjoyed re reading this book and re living a story I loved as a pre teen


  7. Alsie Alsie says:

    Man, this is got to be one of the best Cathy Cassidy books Its very well written, sweet, with a little hint of romance, and the characters were protraying perfectly Chapter 18 is so sad, I cried seriously, the first time ive cried over a book D Its filled with sadness, happy moments, excitement almost everything I like in a book Mouse, the main character seemed so realistic, like a real person His emotions were described so well I could understand how he felt.


  8. Amishka Amishka says:

    Lucky Star is a brilliant book such a great realationship with Cat and Mouse there is nothing I could that would be negative, would ve been amazing if there was ever a sequel to Lucky Star, Cathy Cassidy is an amazing author and is continuing to do brilliant books.Ps Loving the new face covers


  9. India India says:

    I received this book as present from my grandparents in 2008 and never read it Whilst searching through my bookshelves, I rediscovered it and felt I should probably read it I finished it in less than four hours and enjoyed it, however I know I would have appreciated it waywhen I was younger rather than as a 20 year old.


  10. Savannah Harriott Savannah Harriott says:

    This confirms the truth of the saying don t judge a book by its cover i picked this book up expecting a girly story with not much substance but has muchreality than i first expected fun to read and fast paced.


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Lucky Star[Reading] ➷ Lucky Star Author Cathy Cassidy – Larringtonlifecoaching.co.uk Mouse is doing his best to stay out of trouble Cat is doing her best to land herself in it They ve both had it pretty tough so when they meet by chance they thank their lucky stars Weird and wonderful Mouse is doing his best to stay out of trouble Cat is doing her best to land herself in it They ve both had it pretty tough so when they meet by chance they thank their Lucky Stars Weird and wonderful things happen when they re together but how long can it last Because everyone has their secrets and there can be only one winner in a game of cat and mouse Can t there.


About the Author: Cathy Cassidy

I was born in in Coventry scarily ancient, I know I wrote my first picture book for my little brother when I was eight or nine I loved making comics, too pages and pages of picture stories, features and competitionsI went to Art College in Liverpool, then got a job as fiction editor on the fab and legendary Jackie magazineI have worked as agony aunt on Shout magazine and also as an art teacher in the local primary secondary schools, as well as as a freelance illustrator These days, I am a full time authorI love my family, I love living in the middle of nowhere and I love my work Of all my jobs, writing has to be the best it s the perfect excuse to daydream, after all.