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I have read this book a few times and each time i found it hard to put down because of its utter brilliance!! How disappointed I was when i excitedly sat down to watch it on t.v. I have never seen such a load of rubbish. The acting in it was just terrible, card board cut outs could have done a better job, the characters were all wrong and the story line was completely different to the actual book. What a terrible, terrible mistake they made, sticking to the actual story would have done them the world of good although still the acting would have been poor. What a waste of time watching that was and i strongly advise that if you have read the book DO NOT WATCH THE TV MOVIE!!!!!
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