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Darren Simpson

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4 out 5

Landfill has lived his whole life as a scavenger, running with wooflers, swimming with turtles and feasting on fresh gull. Old Babagoo has always looked after him, on one condition - follow his rules. NEVER COME LOOKING OUTSIDE. NEVER RISE ABOVE THE WALL. But despite the dangers, Landfill longs to see Outside. And some rules are made to be broken.


It was a good book. It was a fiction.The character that I liked best was Landfill. I strongly recommend it to others.

Esquire Pudsey Bouncy-castle 09.11.2019

This book is filled with unexpected discoveries and twist. Many names used in this book left me in a confused and annoyed state. But when I realised that all these names belong to authors who the best of their times , it impressed me. Land fill lived his whole life as a scavenger and Babagoo has always been there to Gaurd him . Land fill longs to venture outside the walls and to discover things beyond Hinderland.

Anonymous 02.11.2019

The book is about a boy called Landfill who's lived his whole life as a scavenger. He was found as a baby and raised by an old man, Babagoo. The story follows Landfill as he makes a friend with an 'outsider'. Landfill is very unsure of this friendship as he has never experienced anything like it. Wow! What a massive emotional rollercoaster ride of a book. I think I pretty much cried for the last 2 chapters of the book. I think the last 4 chapters changed everything for me. There are so many twists and turns, and each one is brilliant. This is ridiculously well written book and I loved reading every minute of it. I found myself frustrated, sad, angry, happy and sometimes all within a short space of time. I think the character I most relate to is Dawn because she constantly wants to help Landfill, she's very caring and adventurous. It completely peaked my curiosity and I couldn't put it down. I'd reread it in a heart beat but I just need a minute to process everything before I dive back in! That ending, was beautiful and sad. The blurb does not do this book justice.

Mademoiselle Kiki Legend 22.07.2019

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