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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: All the Birds, Singing by Evie Wyld

Review: All the Birds, Singing by Evie Wyld

Winner of the 2014 Miles Franklin Literary Award This is a mystery, but not that fast-paced, edge-of-your-seat thriller type. All the birds, singing is more a gradual revelation, but leaves you just as hungry for answers as the classic ‘who-dunnits”. I don’t really believe in re-writing the entire synopsis of… Read more »

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Review: Stillpoint, Katie Kacvinsky

Review: Stillpoint, Katie Kacvinsky

This series has to be one of the most underrated YA trilogies I can think of.  I picked up Awaken on a whim when going through my dystopian phase back in 2011 and simply adored it.  I felt that it was such a believable scenario considering how humanity is with its… Read more »

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Review: The 100, Kass Morgan

Review: The 100, Kass Morgan

I was super excited to get this book, I haven’t seen the TV show but keep waiting for it to start showing here in Australia on free to air TV (apparently channel GO acquired the rights).  So I started to read this with great anticipation and I think I must… Read more »

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Review: Heir of Fire, Sarah J Maas

Review: Heir of Fire, Sarah J Maas

This joint audio review is an extract from Episode 12 of Tea in the Treetops podcast. It was recorded on August 19, 2014. You can find links to all our podcast episodes on the main podcast page. We’ve avoided spoilers for this particular book, but we do mention things that… 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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Review: Ghost House, Alexandra Adornetto

Review: Ghost House, Alexandra Adornetto

I’ve not read anything else by Alexandra Adornetto but considering she’s 21 and this is her 7th published novel I was willing to give it a shot. Besides it’s been awhile since I’ve read a good creepy ghost story so I was excited to sink my teeth into this one…. Read more »

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Review: Fool’s Assassin, Robin Hobb

Review: Fool’s Assassin, Robin Hobb

Robin Hobb is one of the authors that properly got me into epic fantasy. Right from the mid-nineties with Assassin’s Apprentice, she’s been one of my favourite authors and I have a rather large portion of shelf space devoted to her books. It’s been quite a long time since I… Read more »

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Review: Masquerade, Kylie Fornasier

Review: Masquerade, Kylie Fornasier

This is Philippa and Angelya’s joint audio review of Masquerade. It’s an excerpt from Episode 11 of the Tea in the Treetops podcast, recorded on August 5, 2014. To listen to the full episode, click here. If you are reading in a feed reader and cannot see the player below,… Read more »

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Review: Masquerade, Kylie Fornasier

Review: Masquerade, Kylie Fornasier

It’s just a mini review today as I promised Angelya we would do a proper review/discussion of this one in our podcast next week as she’s still reading it. Anyone who listens to our podcast will most likely know that ever since attending PTA Live Brisbane earlier in the year… Read more »

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