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Review: The Perilous Sea, Sherry Thomas

Review: The Perilous Sea, Sherry Thomas

A story of love, destiny and loyalty set in a magical society hidden at Eton College. Sound interesting? I loved the first book in this series, The Burning Sky, when I read it a year ago and this second instalment was even better than I hoped. The story picks up after the summer… Read more »

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Bookshelf Organisation: The Results

Bookshelf Organisation: The Results

The results are in! A couple of weeks ago I asked you how you organise your bookshelves, to give me some ideas as to how to organise mine when I unpacked my boxes of books. The results look kind of like this: I personally have always organised by keeping series… Read more »

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Wonderfully Wicked Read-a-thon 2014 – Goals

Wonderfully Wicked Read-a-thon 2014 – Goals

Welcome to Tea in the Treetops, and Angelya’s goals list for this year’s Wonderfully Wicked Read-a-thon! This event is hosted by My Shelf Confessions and runs from October 17-27. Here’s a bit of informaton about the read-a-thon: The  Wonderfully Wicked Read-A-Thon is a time when we all get together to dedicate the… Read more »

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Doctor Who: Beautiful Chaos, Gary Russell

Doctor Who: Beautiful Chaos, Gary Russell

I’m a big fan of the Tenth Doctor, and when I saw that this story not only also features my favourite companion, Donna Noble, but that it was also flagged as a “favourite” and picked to be part of the 50th anniversary re-releases, I had to grab a copy. Almost… Read more »

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Bookshelf Organisation

Bookshelf Organisation

How do you sort your shelves? Hi everyone, Angelya here. We don’t usually do many personal posts around here but that’s something we should probably change, don’t you think? If you’ve been listening to our podcast at all you might have heard me mention that I’ve been moving house. We’re… Read more »

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Review: Endgame: The Calling, James Frey

Review: Endgame: The Calling, James Frey

This is more than just a story – codes throughout the book combine to point to a real-world location, where a real cash prize is hidden. Who will be the first to solve the code and discover the treasure? Endgame has arrived in the form of twelve meteors falling to different… Read more »

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Review: The House of Puzzles, Richard Newsome

Review: The House of Puzzles, Richard Newsome

Gerald Wilkins is thirteen, and a billionaire. He inherited the money from his Great Aunt and moved from his home in Sydney to a life of luxury in England. I’m afraid I can’t tell you any more about the earlier events of this series because this, the fifth book, is… Read more »

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Review: The Bone Whistle, KB Hoyle

Review: The Bone Whistle, KB Hoyle

Welcome to Tea in the Treetops’ stop on The Bone Whistle blog tour! You can find other reviews and lots of other things about the book at the other blogs in the tour, listed on the official tour page at The Writer’s Coffee Shop. I’ve been looking forward to reading… Read more »

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Review: Half a King, Joe Abercrombie

Review: Half a King, Joe Abercrombie

Prince Yarvi suddenly finds himself King when his father and brother are slain. He immediately questions whether someone born with a withered hand would be able to lead his people. After a betrayal and attempted murder, Yarvi is forced into a journey far from home, during which he must find… Read more »

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Review: Dreamwalker, JD Oswald

Review: Dreamwalker, JD Oswald

There are two intertwining stories in Dreamwalker. Benfro the dragon kitling and Errol, a young human, don’t actually meet each other in this book, but their stories are quite similar as they grow up in their separate little worlds. Each of them learns to use the Grym, the magic that connects… Read more »

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