Genre: Humour

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Review: Stinky Street and other books for kids

Review: Stinky Street and other books for kids

Are you looking for a last-minute present for the young reader in your family? Look no further – Macmillan has several hilarious reads that my young reader and I have been enjoying throughout this year. The first is Stinky Street Stories, a collection of four pongy stories, written by Alex… Read more »

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Review: A Toaster on Mars, Darrell Pitt

Review: A Toaster on Mars, Darrell Pitt

As a long-time fan of both Terry Pratchett and Douglas Adams, I felt that this book had some big boots to fill. While it did have some of the slapstick humour of the Discworld and wacky aliens and robots of The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy, sadly I didn’t think A Toaster on… Read more »

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Review: Vader’s Little Princess, Jeffrey Brown

Review: Vader’s Little Princess, Jeffrey Brown

This book is just adorable. It’s hard to run a galactic Empire when you’re a single Dad to twins. He has a lot on his plate, poor chap. This little book contains a series of comic strips dealing with Leia’s childhood years, through to learning to drive the tie-fighter and dating… Read more »

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Review: The Rosie Effect, Graeme Simsion

Review: The Rosie Effect, Graeme Simsion

If you read The Rosie Project, odds are you fell in love with Don and Rosie. This mismatched and unlikely couple made me laugh and warmed the cockles of my heart. So I was extremely excited to get an ARC of Graeme Simsion’s latest instalment – The Rosie Effect. Don… Read more »

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