Jackdaw and the Randoms

Jackdaw and the Randoms Most people call me The Jackdaw If they don t I tell them they probably should Meet fifteen year old Jack Jackdaw Dawson a young man with a serious plan Daydreaming in class one day Jack is hit ove

  • Title: Jackdaw and the Randoms
  • Author: Stuart David
  • ISBN: 9781471404696
  • Page: 252
  • Format: Paperback
  • Most people call me The Jackdaw If they don t, I tell them they probably should Meet fifteen year old Jack Jackdaw Dawson, a young man with a serious plan Daydreaming in class one day, Jack is hit over the head with an idea so blinding, so extraordinarily visionary and so downright fantastic he knows it can t fail It s his ticket out of school an app that will stopMost people call me The Jackdaw If they don t, I tell them they probably should Meet fifteen year old Jack Jackdaw Dawson, a young man with a serious plan Daydreaming in class one day, Jack is hit over the head with an idea so blinding, so extraordinarily visionary and so downright fantastic he knows it can t fail It s his ticket out of school an app that will stop you from getting into trouble for daydreaming in class ahem Fame, glory and tons of money seem just around the corner but then Jack runs into a few problems First of all, his warring parents are determined to push him into a career of their choosing mum says office, dad says factory without much thought as to what Jack might actually want Secondly and quite importantly Jack doesn t know the first thing about making apps, and the only person who does wants nothing at all to do with Jack That is, unless he does her a favour which leads to someone else needing another favour, then another and another until Jack finds himself sat upon a very precarious pile of promises to a whole bunch of random people Can the Jackdaw complete his scheme, or is this too much for even his superior brain to cope with

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    1. Full review is hereI can't believe that I've actually managed to reach the end of this book. At about 50%, I was seriously considering DNFing.First off, Jack (The Jackdaw) is not a mastermind: he is an idiot. He manipulates his way into disaster and fails to recognise that it is him who is the problem, not 'randoms.' And Jack (The Jackdaw) isn't the only character I have a problem with - why would a person like Elsie: a distant, poetic, dreaming historyphile, know about the code for creating an [...]

    2. Istyria book blog ~ B's world of enchanted books 4.5 starsOh my god this was such a nice surprise! I honestly didn’t know what to expect when I started this book. I requested it because it sounded good and I liked the cover. I really never expected to enjoy this as much as I did. This book was so much fun!Jackdaw and the Randoms is about Jack Dawson, also called Jackdaw, because he looks like a jackdaw with his grey eyes and black hair. One day Jack has an idea in class. A great, brilliant ide [...]

    3. Jack Dawson gets sent out of Baldy Baines Science class. Most people call Jack Dawson Jackdaw. While Jackdaw is staring across the corridor at this poster about not getting pregnant, he suddenly has the brainwave for an idea for an app. The idea is so brilliant Jackdaw thinks it's guaranteed to make him a millionaire or a billionaire. Can Jackdaw complete his scheme, or is this too much for even his superior brain to cope with?

    4. Most people call me The Jackdaw. If they don't, I tell them they probably should. Meet fifteen-year-old Jack 'Jackdaw' Dawson, a young man with a serious plan. Daydreaming in class one day, Jack is hit over the head with an idea so blinding, so extraordinarily visionary and so downright fantastic he knows it can't fail. It's his ticket out of school - an app that will stop you from getting into trouble for daydreaming in class (ahem) Fame, glory and tons of money seem just around the corner - bu [...]

    5. For full review please go to: 5girlsbookreviews, Twitter @camartinez and Facebook "5 Girls Book Reviews"REVIEW BY: Arianna, age 12 years, 10 monthsMAY CONTAIN SPOILER:This was a wonderfully funny book! My favorite character is Jack because he is so mischievous and loves to scheme. My favorite scene is when Jack is able to get Cyrus to the dance because it is sweet and hilarious.

    6. 3.5 stars. Entertaining and a few lol moments. Great idea, love how it ends. Can't wait to read the next book.

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