Genre: Horror

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Review: The Murder Complex, Lindsay Cummings

Review: The Murder Complex, Lindsay Cummings

The Murder Complex is set in the future like most dystopians and boy is this one creepy screwed up world! In fact I don’t think a world has disturbed me quite so much since reading Neal Shusterman’s Unwind and that is saying something.  This story is centred around 2 characters… Read more »

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Review: The Girl with All the Gifts, MJ Carey

Review: The Girl with All the Gifts, MJ Carey

Melanie is a ten-year-old girl being kept in a secure facility somewhere north of London. Each day, she and several other children are taken to a classroom strapped into their wheelchairs, and all precautions are taken to keep them away from each other and the adults on the base. Britain… Read more »

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Review: Gretel and the Dark, Eliza Granville

Review: Gretel and the Dark, Eliza Granville

“Yes, life is hard,” whispers Erika, “but knowing about other people, other civilisations, other ways of living, other places – that’s your escape route, a magical journey. Once you know about these things, no matter what happens, your mind can create stories to take you anywhere you want to go.”… Read more »

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Review: Happy Hour in Hell, Tad Williams

Review: Happy Hour in Hell, Tad Williams

Please note: This review is for the second book in the Bobby Dollar series and so contains spoilers for the first, The Dirty Streets of Heaven. You might prefer to read my review of that book instead! Hell is a pretty horrible place, designed to be eternal punishment. Somewhere you’d ideally avoid,… Read more »

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Review: Night Beach, Kirsty Eagar

Review: Night Beach, Kirsty Eagar

I don’t want romance and stolen kisses and sweetness and hand holding. I want something so big it’s like two planets colliding, with an aftershock that I feel for the rest of my life. Where to start with this book.  This is not a run of the mill Young Adult… Read more »

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