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: Jessie Jefferson Trilogy by Paige Toon

As a kid and teenager I was obsessed with Meg Cabot. Every time she released a new book, I’d have my hands on it within days, sometimes even hours. I’m fairly sure I’ve read almost all of them apart from The Princess Diaries which I realise is crazy as they’re…

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Review: Ink by Alice Broadway

A great start to a new YA fantasy trilogy with an intriguing concept.  Ink Summary Every action, every deed, every significant moment is tattooed on your skin for ever. When Leora’s father dies, she is determined to see her father remembered forever. She knows he deserves to have all his…

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Songs About A Girl Trilogy by Chris Russell Review

Somehow, I’ve managed to read and absolutely love all three books in the Songs About A Girl trilogy without publishing a review of any of them, so after finishing the final instalment this morning I thought I’d do things a little differently and review the whole trilogy at once. Songs…

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Review: Unconventional by Maggie Harcourt

Funny, feel-good novel for convention goers, fandom members and book lovers. Unconventional Summary Lexi Angelo has grown up helping her dad with his events business. She likes to stay behind the scenes, planning and organising… until author Aidan Green – messy haired and annoyingly arrogant – arrives unannounced at the…

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