Review: Second Lives by Scott K. Andrews

The second book in one of the most underrated trilogies I’ve ever read.  Second Lives Summary The adventure continues: time is in flux, only Jana, Dora and Kaz can fix it. But can they trust each other? It began when three people from three different moments in history discovered that…

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Review: Noughts & Crosses by Malorie Blackman

One of the best YA dystopian novels I’ve ever read.  Noughts and Crosses Summary Sephy is a Cross – a member of the dark-skinned ruling class. Callum is a Nought – a “colourless” member of the underclass who were once slaves to the Crosses. The two have been friends since…

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Review: Release by Patrick Ness

An incredible day-in-the-life of Adam Thorn, as told by my all-time favourite author. Release summary Inspired by Mrs Dalloway and Judy Blume’s Forever, Release is one day in the life of Adam Thorn, 17. It’s a big day. Things go wrong. It’s intense, and all the while, weirdness approaches… Adam Thorn…

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Review: The Night That Changed Everything by Laura Tait and Jimmy Rice

I want to be friends with the incredible characters in this funny and emotional read.  The Night That Changed Everything Summary Rebecca is the only girl she knows who didn’t cry at the end of Titanic. Ben is the only man he knows who did. Rebecca’s untidy but Ben doesn’t…

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Review: Monster by C.J. Skuse

Monster is a frightening thriller that’ll scare you silly, but it’s not without flaws.  Monster summary At sixteen Nash thought that the fight to become Head Girl of a prestigious boarding school Bathory would be the biggest battle she’d face. Until her brother’s disappearance leads to Nash being trapped at…

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