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Review: Soundless, Richelle Mead

Review: Soundless, Richelle Mead

A stand-alone story involving an isolated Chinese village, written by a well-established YA author: Sounds amazing, right? Well, in a lot of ways, it was. The book is only short and the pace is relentless, at least once Fei leaves the village. I loved the idea of a village perched… Read more »

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Review: Avery, Charlotte McConaghy

Review: Avery, Charlotte McConaghy

Click here to purchase this book from Bookworld. Ava’s bondmate Avery was brutally killed in a failed attack on the barbaric Pirenti Queen, but unlike other Kayans, Ava didn’t perish along with her mate. Because of this, she was cast out of her home. As a half-walker – someone with… Read more »

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Review: Waiting For Doggo, Mark Mills

Review: Waiting For Doggo, Mark Mills

Dan’s girlfriend Clara actually did him a favour by taking off overseas without telling him, leaving him with their rescue dog in their inner-city London flat. In a short time after that, he not only lands an awesome job at an advertising agency, but he is also introduced to his… Read more »

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Review: The Walled City, Ryan Graudin

Review: The Walled City, Ryan Graudin

The Walled City is billed as YA but is full of brutal and heart-breaking issues. The Walled City itself is a kingdom of thieves, prostitutes and drug lords. Three teenagers live there – Mei Yee, who was taken from her family as a young girl and forced to be a prostitute for the drug… Read more »

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Review: Us, David Nicholls

Review: Us, David Nicholls

If one of us had to go first, I had hoped in all sincerity that it would be me. I’m aware that this sounds morbid, but it seemed to be the right way round, the sensible way, because, well, my wife had brought me everything I had ever wanted, everything… Read more »

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Review: Endgame: The Calling, James Frey

Review: Endgame: The Calling, James Frey

This is more than just a story – codes throughout the book combine to point to a real-world location, where a real cash prize is hidden. Who will be the first to solve the code and discover the treasure? Endgame has arrived in the form of twelve meteors falling to different… Read more »

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Review: Big Little Lies, Liane Moriarty

Review: Big Little Lies, Liane Moriarty

Oh what a decadent and dangerously addictive book this is! It is your every guilty pleasure between two covers. I warn you, you will not be able to put it down. Thanks to Liane Moriarty I lost hours of much needed sleep and woke up cranky but still wanting more… 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 Girl with All the Gifts, MJ Carey

Review: The Girl with All the Gifts, MJ Carey

Melanie is a ten-year-old girl being kept in a secure facility somewhere north of London. Each day, she and several other children are taken to a classroom strapped into their wheelchairs, and all precautions are taken to keep them away from each other and the adults on the base. Britain… Read more »

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