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Review: After the End, Amy Plum

Review: After the End, Amy Plum

Hmmmm I don’t quite know where to start with this review.  There were parts during this book that I was eye rolling in disbelief and then there were parts where I couldn’t put the book down.  My rating for this one changed continuously while reading it and even now I… Read more »

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Review: Panic, Lauren Oliver

Review: Panic, Lauren Oliver

She thought all you needed to do – all any of them needed – was to get out. But maybe you carried your demons with you everywhere, the way you carried your shadow. This was such an enjoyable and engrossing contemporary novel.  I absolutely loved the Delirium series and while Panic… Read more »

May 1, 2014 Uncategorized 0 ★★★★½

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Review: Luminous Chaos, Jean-Christophe Valtat

Review: Luminous Chaos, Jean-Christophe Valtat

A year has passed in the polar city of New Venice, and recent elections mean that Brentford Orsini is no longer the Regent Doge. His successor decides to remove him and several of his supporters from the picture by sending him to set up a diplomatic mission in Paris. Psychomotive… Read more »

January 20, 2014 Uncategorized 3 ★★★★½

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Review: The Deepest Night, Shana Abe

Review: The Deepest Night, Shana Abe

Like the first book in this series, The Sweetest Dark, I found this novel intriguing but where book 1 fell a bit flat for me, The Deepest Night was interesting and engaging. The Deepest Night starts off after Jesse’s death and Lora is mourning and at a loss where she… Read more »

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Review: Across a Star-Swept Sea, Diana Peterfreund

Review: Across a Star-Swept Sea, Diana Peterfreund

“We can only be responsible for what we ourselves do.”   Such a lovely novel that managed to uniquely blend a futuristic dystopian setting with a sense of old fashioned proprietary.  This is a companion novel to Peterfreund’s For Darkness Shows the Stars and I loved how the 2 interlocked though… Read more »

November 4, 2013 Uncategorized 0 ★★★★

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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 »

October 10, 2013 Uncategorized 0 ★★★★

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