Sam Wu Is Not Afraid Of Sharks

Sam Wu Is Not Afraid Of Sharks – Review

Another great read from the team that wrote and illustrated Sam Wu Is Not Afraid of Ghosts. The writing is clear and funny, with really energetic illustrations to accompany and flesh-out the story. A fun adventure that explores ideas of bravery and friendship. Sam, Zoe and Bernard, along with other family members and pets get […]

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The End We Start From

The End We Start From – Review

This is the first time I’ve come across the term cli-fi when describing a genre of fiction, I’ve usually classified books I’ve read about climate change disaster as speculative fiction, but cli-fi is much better. This story follows the female protagonist through a sudden climate incident which sees London, and by inference, much of the […]

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The Hobbit

Reviews vs. Ratings

There’s been a lot of discussion on Twitter lately on a lot of different things re. ARCs, positive reviews, book bloggers, and their intentions when picking up books to review so I thought I would add my tuppence to it. I, like most of the bloggers I chat with and follow, buy most of the […]

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Bookworm

Bookworm – Review

What a wonderful read. I remember that feeling of cracking into a new book with utter pleasure and drifting away for hours into the world of imagination that the author had gifted you. Also, after reading this I realise that I have gained the knowledge of so many children’s classics by osmosis rather than actually […]

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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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