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Big Foot and Little Foot

Big Foot And Little Foot – Review

This is the story of Hugo and Boone, a story of friendship and adventure. Hugo is a Sasquatch and Boone is a Human and the two were never meant to meet, fear of discovery keeping Sasquatch society hidden as they think that humans will either want to capture or kill them. Hugo wants adventure and […]

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The Boy Who Grew Dragons

The Boy Who Grew Dragons – Review

This had (shamefully) been on my TBR list for a long time, I initially got it to join in with #PrimarySchoolBookClub but in the end didn’t have the time to join in. From the start of this wonderful book I was gripped and really wanted to know what happened and was disappointed that it was […]

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Bridge Bookshop

Bridge Bookshop – Day 17 of the Advent

Welcome to Bridge Bookshop, who can be found on the Isle of Man. https://www.bridge-bookshop.com https://www.facebook.com/BridgeBookshop @BookshopIOM Our family run business is 46 years old this year, we have 2 shops at both ends of our island in the middle of the Irish Sea. We are the partner bookseller for our local literary festival @manxlitfest and […]

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Outside

Outside – Review

Ele lives Inside with The Others and is visited by Him, but dreams of The Outside which she only knows from a few books that are in The Tower with them. A tale of abuse, horror, fear, and redemption. Sarah Ann Juckes takes this tale into dark places that made it very difficult to read […]

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