Ashleigh Elsewhere – Following McFly

Over the past couple of months, I’ve been on a few adventures, and three of those adventures involved a certain manband called McFly. If you’ve never heard of McFly, they’re a four-piece band made up of Danny Jones, Tom Fletcher, Dougie Poynter and Harry Judd. They’re extremely talented musicians, they…

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Billy and Me by Giovanna Fletcher Review

Billy and Me – Giovanna Fletcher Billy and Me is the lovely Giovanna Fletcher’s debut novel, and it’s a gem. Blurb  Sophie May has a secret. One that she’s successfully kept for years. It’s meant that she’s had to give up her dreams of going to university and travelling the…

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Crossed (#2 in Matched Trilogy) by Ally Condie Review

Crossed – Ally Condie Crossed is the sequel to Matched, a dystopian tale set in a future that’s ruled by The Society, the organisation that chooses who you marry, when you die, where you work and more. I really enjoyed Matched – it has a solid structure, an interesting storyline…

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Looking For Alaska by John Green Review

Looking For Alaska – John Green Blurb “In the dark beside me, she smelled of sweat and sunshine and vanilla, and on that thin-mooned night I could see little more than her silhouette, but even in the sark, I could see her eyes – fierce emeralds. And not just beautiful,…

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Paper Towns by John Green Review

Paper Towns – John Green  Paper Towns is the first John Green novel I’ve ever read. I’ve heard lots of people talking about his books, so I thought I’d give Paper Towns a shot. Blurb Who is the real Margo? Quentin Jacobson has spent a lifetime loving the magnificent, adventurous…

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