Review: The Quiet At The End Of The World by Lauren James

A short but clever sci-fi novel with lovable characters and twists you won’t see coming. The Quiet at the End of the World Summary How far would you go to save those you love? Lowrie and Shen are the youngest people on the planet after a virus caused global infertility.…

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Review: A Good Girl’s Guide To Murder by Holly Jackson

An addictive YA crime thriller with endless twists and turns. A Good Girl’s Guide To Murder Summary The case is closed. Five years ago, a schoolgirl Andie Bell was murdered by Sal Singh. The police know he did it. Everyone in town knows he did it. But having grown up…

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Review: Scythe by Neal Shusterman

A dystopian with a fantasy twist that questions what the world would become if humans conquered death. Scythe Summary Thou shalt kill. A world with no hunger, no disease, no war, no misery. Humanity has conquered all those things, and has even conquered death. Now scythes are the only ones…

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New Obsession: Paige Toon

I had been hearing about Paige Toon for years, but until recently I never got round to picking up any of her books. When she released a YA contemporary in 2014 called The Accidental Life of Jessie Jefferson, I still wasn’t convinced she’d be my kind of author, because the…

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Review: Saint Anything by Sarah Dessen

My favourite Sarah Dessen yet. I devoured it.  Saint Anything Summary Peyton, Sydney’s charismatic older brother, has always been the star of the family, receiving the lion’s share of their parents’ attention and – lately -concern. When Peyton’s increasingly reckless behavior culminates in an accident, a drunk driving conviction, and…

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