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Review: We Three Heroes, Lynette Noni

Review: We Three Heroes, Lynette Noni

We Three Heroes is a collection of three novellas from the world of Lynette Noni’s Medoran Chronicles. Each novella shows events that have already happened, but from the point of view of each of Alex’s best friends—D.C., Jordan, and Bear. I’ve followed Lynette’s stories for a few years now, and… Read more »

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Review: Scythe, Neal Shusterman

Review: Scythe, Neal Shusterman

In 2042, humans stopped counting the years, because once you can live forever, the passage of years becomes less important. Computational power became infinite, and the Thunderhead (a new, improved cloud) took over all aspects of human knowledge. Suddenly, death had been conquered, but to ensure the population could never… Read more »

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Review: Reign the Earth, AC Gaughen

Review: Reign the Earth, AC Gaughen

Shalia, a proud daughter of the desert, marries King Calix in order to buy her people protection. In the kingdom of the Bonelands, the elemental mages, called Elementae, have been hunted down over the years, and when Shalia starts to display powers of her own, she is terrified for her… Read more »

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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: This Mortal Coil, Emily Suvada

Review: This Mortal Coil, Emily Suvada

Emily Suvada’s debut novel, This Mortal Coil, is set in a terrifying future where a destructive plague threatens the human race. In this future, cybertechnology has progressed so far that everyone is implanted with a bud in their arm at birth, which grows into a neural network controlled with a… Read more »

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Review: Godsgrave, Jay Kristoff

Review: Godsgrave, Jay Kristoff

Godsgrave is the much-anticipated sequel to Jay Kristoff’s Nevernight – one of my favourite books of 2016. I had loved the brutal world of the Red Church and of the wider world of Itreya, the twists, the lies and the deceit. I looked forward to getting back into it all…. Read more »

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Review: Assassin’s Fate, Robin Hobb

Review: Assassin’s Fate, Robin Hobb

How do I even begin to review an 850-page trilogy-ender with fifteen books worth of story behind it? Robin Hobb is the master of not only building a beautiful, detailed world, but also layered and relatable characters for her readers to laugh and cry with. In the case of this… Read more »

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