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Review: Mug Cakes, Mima Sinclair

Review: Mug Cakes, Mima Sinclair

This is Philippa and Angelya’s joint audio review for Mug Cakes. The review is an extract from episode 15 of Tea in the Treetops Podcast, originally recorded on October 29, 2014. You can find links to all our podcast episodes on the main podcast page. Quotes from the review: “We… Read more »

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Review: The Rosie Effect, Graeme Simsion

Review: The Rosie Effect, Graeme Simsion

If you read The Rosie Project, odds are you fell in love with Don and Rosie. This mismatched and unlikely couple made me laugh and warmed the cockles of my heart. So I was extremely excited to get an ARC of Graeme Simsion’s latest instalment – The Rosie Effect. Don… Read more »

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Review: The House of Puzzles, Richard Newsome

Review: The House of Puzzles, Richard Newsome

Gerald Wilkins is thirteen, and a billionaire. He inherited the money from his Great Aunt and moved from his home in Sydney to a life of luxury in England. I’m afraid I can’t tell you any more about the earlier events of this series because this, the fifth book, is… Read more »

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Review: Heir of Fire, Sarah J Maas

Review: Heir of Fire, Sarah J Maas

This joint audio review is an extract from Episode 12 of Tea in the Treetops podcast. It was recorded on August 19, 2014. You can find links to all our podcast episodes on the main podcast page. We’ve avoided spoilers for this particular book, but we do mention things that… Read more »

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Review: Shimmer, Paula Weston

Review: Shimmer, Paula Weston

I love this series. How to write a review without gushing like a fangirl? Please note: This is my review of the third book in the Rephaim series. I’ve marked spoilers for the first two books – Shadows and Haze, but If you’d like to remain spoiler-free, go check out my… Read more »

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Review: You Are the Music, Victoria Williamson

Review: You Are the Music, Victoria Williamson

Have you ever wondered how we get earworms? Or whether unborn babies really hear the Mozart played to them? If you’re curious about how music affects us throughout our lives, you might find You Are the Music an interesting read. It’s been a while since I’ve read a non-fiction book… Read more »

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Review: North Star Guide Me Home, Jo Spurrier

Review: North Star Guide Me Home, Jo Spurrier

Please note: this is my review of the third book in the Children of the Black Sun trilogy and so contains spoilers for books one and two. You may prefer to read my reviews for Winter Be My Shield and Black Sun Light My Way instead. After the defeat of… Read more »

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Review: The Emperor’s Knife, Mazarkis Williams

Review: The Emperor’s Knife, Mazarkis Williams

Please bear with me as this is my first written book review in months. Exciting! But also a little scary. I have on the other hand continued blogging in some form or another so I hope that my writerly-side is still intact. Right, so, The Emperor’s Knife. I’m calling it… 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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