Tag: parallel worlds

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: Bitroux: The Metalsmith, Jordan Harcourt-Hughes

Review: Bitroux: The Metalsmith, Jordan Harcourt-Hughes

Merouac is overseeing the construction of one of the railway lines being built across the continent, and building metal trinkets in his time off. He has just started looking after his young niece, Evra, after her mother died. Merouac thinks he might be losing it when he begins to see… Read more »

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Review: Akarnae, Lynette Noni

Review: Akarnae, Lynette Noni

Alex turns up to start the year at her new boarding school, only to step through a doorway into the Akarnae Academy – a school in the world of Medora. It’s not long before there’s a strange threat to the school and Alex must use her knowledge of the ancient and enigmatic… Read more »

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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: Thief’s Magic, Trudi Canavan

Review: Thief’s Magic, Trudi Canavan

I was very excited to read this first book in a brand new series from an Aussie author I have heard so many great things about. While I was very impressed with the world-building, the stories themselves left me a little disappointed. This is a totally new world – no… Read more »

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Review: The Burning Sky, Sherry Thomas

Review: The Burning Sky, Sherry Thomas

The Burning Sky is a story about Elemental Mages set partially in Victorian England. I couldn’t wait to get stuck into this one after hearing about it! I was even more delighted to discover that the English setting is none other than Eton College, just up the road from where I… Read more »

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