Category: Book Review


Scythe – Review

Scythe is set not far into our(?) future where death has been conquered. Want to look and feel 21? Get

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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 friendhip and adventure. Hugo is a Sasquatch and Boone

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The Sacrifice Box

The Sacrifice Box – Review

I have had this moving up my TBR pile over the last month or so, but it was immediately catapulted

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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

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Swimmer Among the Stars

Swimmer Among the Stars – Review

If you follow me on Twitter you may have already realised that I love the short story format as a

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Who Let the Gods Out

Who Let the Gods Out? – Review

In this debut novel by Maz Evans we find Elliot caring for his mum who has an undisclosed mental health

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Outside – Review

Ele lives Inside with The Others and is visited by Him, but dreams of The Outside which she only knows

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Beetle Boy

Beetle Boy – Review

Follow the adventures of Darkus and his friends, Virginia and Bertolt, as they search for his dad who has gone

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Amelia Fang and the Unicorn Lords

Amelia Fang And The Unicorn Lords – Review

The second in Laura Ellen Anderson’s Amelia Fang series finds Amelia and friends travelling to the Kingdom of the Light

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Boy Underwater

Boy Underwater – Review

This is the story of Cymbeline and his family, Cymbeline is nine-years old and his mother has avoided to teach

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Begone the Raggedy Witches

Begone The Raggedy Witches – Review

This is going to be a hard one to beat as my favourite book of the year, and it’s not

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Burial Rites

Burial Rites – Review

My manager had been pressing me to widen my reading material and when she found I had never read any

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Mortal Engines

Mortal Engines – Review

From the moment you start reading Mortal Engines it pulls you along at a furious pace through a thrilling adventure

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