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Review: Stolen Songbird, Danielle L Jensen

Review: Stolen Songbird, Danielle L Jensen

Cécile is a young girl in a society much like a French aristocracy, about to follow her mother to the big city to become a professional singer. As she travels home one evening she is kidnapped and sold to the kingdom of trolls. Trolls are confined to their city of… Read more »

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Review: A Feast For Crows, George RR Martin

Review: A Feast For Crows, George RR Martin

Please note: This is my review for book four in the A Song of Ice and Fire series and so may contain spoilers for the previous books, and also for the upcoming TV series (series four). I’ve tried to hide any spoilers behind tags but please read on at your… Read more »

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Review: Into the Still Blue, Veronica Rossi

Review: Into the Still Blue, Veronica Rossi

Please note: This review is for the third book in the Under the Never Sky trilogy, and so contains spoilers for the first two books. You may wish to read my reviews for Under the Never Sky or Through the Ever Night on The Oaken Bookcase, or Leila’s Under the… Read more »

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Review and Giveaway: The Time Tutor, Bee Ridgway

Review and Giveaway: The Time Tutor, Bee Ridgway

Bee Ridgway’s The River of No Return was one of my favourite reads of last year –  a story of time travel and romance set both in Regency times and modern London. To celebrate the paperback release, Penguin have published this special prequel novella to the series – The Time Tutor. The Time… Read more »

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Review: Cress, Marissa Meyer

Review: Cress, Marissa Meyer

Please note, this is a review for the third book in this series, and so contains spoilers for earlier books. You may wish to read my review of Cinder or Scarlet first, both on The Oaken Bookcase, or Philippa’s review of Cinder instead! Cinder, Scarlet, Thorne and Wolf are on… Read more »

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Review: The Queen’s Choice, Cayla Kluver

Review: The Queen’s Choice, Cayla Kluver

Anya is a member of the Faerie royal family of Chrior, a kingdom cut off from the human world. After being named as the heir to the kingdom, Anya decides to leave behind her safe haven and travel into the human lands to find her cousins, both of whom have… Read more »

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Lucky No 14 Reading Challenge

Lucky No 14 Reading Challenge

Hi everyone! Happy 2014 (it’s still January so I’m totally still allowed to say that)! Before we get too far into the year, it’s about time we signed up for some goals for the year. Hannah spied this great reading challenge over at Curiosity Killed the Bookworm, so we’ve decided… Read more »

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Review: Prince of Shadows, Rachel Caine

Review: Prince of Shadows, Rachel Caine

Romeo and Juliet is one of Shakespeare’s most well-known plays, especially with it being on the high school English curriculum in many schools and since the release of the film starring Leonardo DiCaprio and Clare Danes in 1996. The tragic tale involves two wealthy families in renaissance Verona, Italy, and the long-standing… Read more »

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