Unlimited [Psychology Book] ✓ Climbing a Monkey Puzzle Tree - by Karen Wallace ↠

By Karen Wallace | Comments: ( 882 ) | Date: ( Jul 18, 2019 )

Nancy Cameron is a new arrival, not just to Woodmaston House for Girls, but to England She s rolled up from the backwoods of Canada, eager for a new life brimming with adventure But boarding school isn t the fantasy that Nancy had imagined It is an austere, loveless world where budding relationships are soon put to the test Nancy wins friends and finds solace by tellinNancy Cameron is a new arrival, not just to Woodmaston House for Girls, but to England She s rolled up from the backwoods of Canada, eager for a new life brimming with adventure But boarding school isn t the fantasy that Nancy had imagined It is an austere, loveless world where budding relationships are soon put to the test Nancy wins friends and finds solace by telling stories, but still feels horribly alone inside And when she leads her dorm in a special fund raising event that goes tragically wrong, things go from bad to worse Nancy longs to meet the glamorous brother of her friend, Caroline, and as her troubles build it s an encounter that can t come soon enough until a shocking revelation comes to light.


  • Title: Climbing a Monkey Puzzle Tree
  • Author: Karen Wallace
  • ISBN: 9780689837630
  • Page: 292
  • Format: Paperback

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Comments Climbing a Monkey Puzzle Tree

  • LH Johnson

    The trope of a new girl experiencing her first term at school is not a new trope. It is a conceit that pretty much forms the backbone of the school story genre. Climbing A Monkey Puzzle Tree by Karen Wallace has something I can't quite put my finger on. It's a strange, near-shapeless, story upon story set in the 1960s and told by Canadian Nancy Cameron, new girl to the terribly British and austere Woodmaston House For Girls. Nancy's first term does not go simply. There's a lot of darkness in thi [...]


  • Ali Chambers

    This is such an intriguing book, and I feel like I can't quite get my head around it at the moment. I still feel like I don't really understand the true depths of this story, and it's made me feel elated and confused at the same time All in all though, it was a good book and definitely worth the read.


  • Hally

    This was the biggest plot-twist of my childhood.Really enjoyed re-reading it as an adult too and took away different things from it this time. Can't beat a boarding school book!(My edition has a lovely cover but loads of typos inside-annoying)


  • Liz Yardley

    Well-written. The story was good although it did get a little predictable. Also, because of the period, the plot tended to play towards a parent's mores, but on the whole, well-written and enjoyable.


  • Noor

    This book had me glued to my seat until the very last page! In the beginning I was unsure if I should continue reading or just ditch it Though I wish it was longer. A must read!


  • Caitriona

    Weirdly disturbing for a book that looks so whimsical and whatnot.


  • Elaine

    This was a great readright up until the end. It fell apart and was very confusing,mainly because you couldn't tell what was real and what she was imagining. It was also a little depressing.


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