The House with Chicken Legs

The House With Chicken Legs – Review

The Baba Yaga was always one of my favourite myths and she is part of the world-wide myth cycles of the wise, old woman. The woman who prepares the dead for the afterlife, the ones close to death themselves who have given life and are completing the cycle. Marinka is a young girl who lives […]

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Amelia Fang and the Memory Thief

Amelia Fang And The Memory Thief – Review

Another adventure for Amelia and her fangtastic friends, this time we may get to the root of the problems between Nocturnia and the Kingdom of Light. Just as we thought everything was going to be fine between the two kingdoms after Tangine found his mum and Amelia brought down the nefarious Unicorn Lords, things seem […]

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Tilly and the Bookwanderers

Tilly And The Bookwanderers – Review

I’ve got to be absolutely honest and say I really wanted this book as it looked so nice, and it is a beautiful book with a stunning red finish. Pure avarice aside though, this is a book lovers dream, the first couple of chapters were spent describing every booksellers dream bookshop, all higgledy with nooks […]

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American Gods

American Gods – Review

An American road trip with a difference, new gods meet old gods to fight it out for supremacy and Shadow is at the centre of it all. From the first chapter I was entranced at Neil Gaiman’s imagination and writing. Together they developed a story that was at the same time both real and mythical, […]

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