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: We All Looked Up by Tommy Wallach

Inspiring and thought-provoking, this book will remind you that time is a luxury that’s not to be taken for granted.  We All Looked Up Summary Before the asteroid we let ourselves be defined by labels: The athlete, the outcast, the slacker, the overachiever.  But then we all looked up and everything…

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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: Follow Me Back by Nicci Cloke

An entertaining thriller that you’ll race through, but you might not be entirely satisfied by its ending.  Follow Me Back Summary There was no sign of a struggle. She took her phone but left her laptop behind. Apparently, she’d met someone online. Did she leave? Or was she taken? The…

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Cover Reveal: The Glow of Fallen Stars by Kate Ling (Ventura Saga Book 2)

My number one book of 2016 was Kate Ling’s incredible debut The Loneliness of Distant Beings, which is why I am so, so excited to be bringing you the cover reveal of its sequel today. When I read The Loneliness of Distant Beings last year, it didn’t take me long to realise that…

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