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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: Prince of Fools, Mark Lawrence

Review: Prince of Fools, Mark Lawrence

– A quest across an almost-familiar Europe to break a curse and rescue a Viking’s family. Some grisly battle scenes but the characters are just awesome! “I’m a liar and a cheat and a coward, but I will never, ever, let a friend down. Unless of course not letting them… Read more »

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Review: The Infinite Sea, Rick Yancey

Review: The Infinite Sea, Rick Yancey

– An exciting and heart-breaking continuation of the alien invasion story started in The 5th Wave. The Others launched their attack on Earth, wiping out most of the human population in just a few days. Now, the survivors are scattered and in hiding, except for a few military locations. Cassie,… Read more »

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Review: The Cracks in the Kingdom, Jaclyn Moriarty

Review: The Cracks in the Kingdom, Jaclyn Moriarty

– A quirky but brilliant roller-coaster ride of magic, science and friendship. I love this series! Please note: This is my review for the second book in the Colours of Madeleine series and so contains spoilers for the first. You might like to read my review for the first book,… Read more »

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Review: Pennyroyal Academy, MA Larson

Review: Pennyroyal Academy, MA Larson

A young girl is lost in an enchanted forest, her only idea of where to go a flyer depicting a princess of the Pennyroyal Academy. The academy is taking in all sorts of boys and girls and training them to be princesses and knights, just like the famous Princess Cinderella and… Read more »

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Review: Doctor Who: Revolutions of Terror

Review: Doctor Who: Revolutions of Terror

Please note: The purchase links above will not work, but you can order a copy of this collected hardback of issues 1-5 from Forbidden Planet. I’m not usually a big reader of comic books but I saw this one at the library and thought I’d give it a go. How… Read more »

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Review: Rivers of London, Ben Aaronovich

Review: Rivers of London, Ben Aaronovich

Peter Grant is a new constable in the Metropolitan Police, hoping to be assigned a decent posting. Instead, he takes a witness account from a ghost who saw a man have his head knocked off. This lands Peter a position working with Chief Inspector Thomas Nightingale, a paranormal investigator and wizard…. Read more »

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Review: The Low Road, Daniel Kirk

Review: The Low Road, Daniel Kirk

“You take the high road, and I’ll take the low road…” I happened to be in the Junior section of my local library when I spied this enormous book with an elfin face peeking out along the spine. The Low Road is the first in a middle-grade series about Matt… Read more »

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