Tag: Young Adult

Thunderhead

Thunderhead – Review

Now, it’s not unknown but it’s rare, very rare that I rate a sequel higher than the first book in

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To Kill a Kingdom

To Kill a Kingdom – Review

Follow Lira and Elian in a adventure through Alexandra Christo’s fully-developed fantasy world which is based on a lot of

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Ghost Boys

Ghost Boys – Review

Another book I read a while back and am just getting around to reviewing. Jerome is 12, Jerome is black,

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Three Dark Crowns

Three Dark Crowns – Review

Three Dark Crowns is the start of a Y.A. fantasy series by Kendare Blake, and a good start at that,

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Sonny and Me book cover

Sonny and Me – Review

I was given this copy from a friend at Cranachan Publishing as part of the blog tour, the first YA

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The Hate U Give

The Hate U Give – Review

What can you say about a book that has won so many awards, been featured in so many blogs, has

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The Bone Sparrow

The Bone Sparrow – Review

The story of Subhi, a Rohingya boy born in an Australian immigration detention centre, Subhi knows no other life apart

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The Smoke Thieves

The Smoke Thieves – Review

The Smoke Thieves is the first in a new series by Sally Green, the tone is quite low-fantasy throughout, more

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Children of Blood and Bone

Children Of Blood And Bone – Review

There has been so much hype about this book that I was a bit leery about starting it just in

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VOX

VOX – Review

I was so late to the VOX party amongst my colleagues, and I have no idea why? It hits all

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The Power

The Power – Review

Naomi Alderman’s novel ‘The Power’ is a well-deserved winner of the Bailey’s Women’s Prize for Fiction 2017. Naomi takes the

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The Price Guide to the Occult

The Price Guide To The Occult – Review

I am just so shallow, again it was the cover that sold this book to me. But it was worth

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Two Can Keep a Secret

Two Can Keep a Secret – Review

I’m not a big reader of mysteries or thrillers, the ones I’ve read in the past have seemed to rely

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Scythe

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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