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|Title||:||Little Miss Lucky And The Naughty Pixies|
|Number of Pages||:||583 Pages|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
|Last checked||:||21 Minutes ago!|
Little Miss Lucky And The Naughty Pixies Reviews
Slightly lacklustre story, although the naughty pixies caught my children's imagination: mainly as possible scapegoats for minor misdemenaours I think!A story of paranoia overcoming basic instinct (luck) but with a big dollop of reason liberally applied to resolve the crisis.The doubts about her luck changing are tenuous at best: things affecting Dr Makeyouwell relate more to him directly, than Miss Lucky as one of his (presumably) many patients.I'm nitpicking, but it wasn't the most enthralling story, and I think it will be a while before the kids ask for a repeat performance of this one.
The title says it all.