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Review: Chasing Stars, Helen Douglas

Review: Chasing Stars, Helen Douglas

I am so glad I picked up Chasing Stars I really enjoyed this one!  The first book was a bit average, there was instalove and it was very much a younger teen novel, I also felt that the ending was rushed and it was a bit unsatisfactory.  While book 2 suffered from… Read more »

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Review: Dollhouse, Anya Allyn

Review: Dollhouse, Anya Allyn

When I first saw the cover of Dollhouse on Netgalley I was instantly attracted to it – it was so different to many YA covers out there.  I then realised that the book was by an Australian author and my mind was made up I wanted to read this book! … Read more »

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Review: Sand, Hugh Howey

Review: Sand, Hugh Howey

Hugh Howey has done it again! He has created another desolate dystopian world and sucked me right into it. I have made no secret of the fact that I loved the Silo Trilogy, so it was with much trepidation that I started to read Sand. I was concerned that Mr…. Read more »

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Review: Eeny Meeny by M.J. Arlidge

Review: Eeny Meeny by M.J. Arlidge

I hadn’t read a crime novel in quite some time. When I was a teenager I gorged myself on James Patterson and it seemed to sate my ‘who-dunnit’ appetite for quite a long time. However, the plot of M.J. Arlidge’s Eeny Meeny seized my attention, and I found myself once… Read more »

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Review: Immortal Crown, Richelle Mead

Review: Immortal Crown, Richelle Mead

Please note, this is the second book in the Age of X series, so this review contains spoilers for the earlier books. You may prefer to check out my review of Gameboard of the Gods on this blog. I am just going to gush because  I totally love this book,… Read more »

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Review: A Creature of Moonlight, Rebecca Hahn

Review: A Creature of Moonlight, Rebecca Hahn

Marni is the Dragon’s daughter, born after her mother ran away to the woods and was one of the only women ever to make it out again alive. For carrying a half-human monster, her mother was killed by her own brother, the prince. The infant Marni was spared and sent… Read more »

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Review: The Forever Song, Julie Kagawa

Review: The Forever Song, Julie Kagawa

The nail-biting conclusion to the Blood of Eden trilogy that started with The Immortal Rules. This story has vampires, zombies, deadly viruses and humans struggling to survive. Please note, this is the third book in the Blood of Eden trilogy, so this review contains spoilers for the earlier books. You… Read more »

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