Right from the start of Rebecca Mason's second term at Trebizon School, Tish Anderson behaves most oddly. Why is she suddenly so keen for Sue Murdoch to compete for the Music Scholarship? Then When Sue's secret ambition to become captain of the hockey team looks close to being fulfilled, Tish adamantly opposes her. With her two best friends at loggerheads, Rebecca is caughRight from the start of Rebecca Mason's second term at Trebizon School, Tish Anderson behaves most oddly. Why is she suddenly so keen for Sue Murdoch to compete for the Music Scholarship? Then When Sue's secret ambition to become captain of the hockey team looks close to being fulfilled, Tish adamantly opposes her. With her two best friends at loggerheads, Rebecca is caught in a real dilemma....
|Title||:||Second Term at Trebizon|
|Number of Pages||:||128 Pages|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
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Second Term at Trebizon Reviews
Another gentle, sweet delight of a school story.
More nostalgia. Very amusing to re-read as a grown up. I knew someone went bankrupt but couldn't remember who. Thank goodness for scholarships. Where would fictional boarding schools be without them?
This series is simply delightful and I'm so glad it's being rejacketed! I like how it focuses on the strong (and very important) friendships the girls develop at Trebizon, while adding a touch of mystery.
Reread December 2015: As wonderful as usual!Terrific story once again. I'm so happy I found this series of books, they're so good. I can understand how a lot of people would get fed up with Tish's antics in the books, she does go to great lengths to make her best friend happy even at the expense of losing everyone's sympathy, including the reader's. The story is surprisingly fleshed out in so few pages and I was pleasantly surprised to see the switch in point of view when the story called for it. Very very nice and I look forward to reading the rest.
Excellent story - we only find out at the end exactly why Tish has been behaving the way she has, but at that point, suddenly it all makes sense. It's all very real - friends fall out and make up, and there are unexpected highs and lows. Perhaps because of the fall-outs and the lows, it's not my favourite, but it's still good.
This one was brilliant! I never saw the twist coming! One thing I've noticed, the Trebizon books are a little more mature and a little more down to earth than other similar series I've read and, considering that I'm reading them as an adult, that's a good thing.
Once again, just as impossible to get as the first book, and just as good when I finally got a copy of it.
I never liked Tish that much, maybe partly to do with the name "Tish". But she was a bit much here - it's Sue's life, not hers, after all!
Great seriesThe 2nd book in series and only gets better like a mystery we uncover secrets but also the friendship strengthen
reading with my daughter