One of Us is Lying | Karen M. McManus

Before I get into this review, I just want to apologise for my lack of posting (I’m rubbish I know). It has been a manic few months with my family, with a lot of lows etc. But now I think I am good to go! and will be back posting regular! I’ve missed blogging! So […]

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Before She Ignites | Jodi Meadows

“I wanted freedom in the same way I wanted my next breath: an unspoken but constant desire.” – Jodi Meadows Mira Minkoba is the Hopebearer. She has been told she is special and important ever since she was born. She is also known around the land for the Mira Treaty, a peace agreement that was named […]

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Ready Player One | Ernest Cline

“Going outside is highly overrated.” – Ernest Cline It’s year 2044 and the world is falling apart. Wade Watts only feels truly happy and alive when he is inside the OASIS, a virtual utopia. He had devoted his whole life to studying the creator’s obsessions and hobbies about pop culture throughout the ages. This continues […]

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THUG – The Hate U Give Review | Angie Thomas

           “Be roses that grow in the concrete.” – Angie Thomas Starr Carter life moves around between two completely different worlds. A poor neighborhood where she lives and a fancy prep school which she attends. However one her childhood friend Khalil is involved in a fatal shooting with a police officer […]

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A Gentleman’s Guide to Vice and Virtue Review | Mackenzi Lee

“God bless the book people for their boundless knowledge absorbed from having words instead of friends.” – Mackenzi Lee Colouring Pages – from epicreads.com Henry “Monty” Montague was intended to be a gentleman, however he knows in his mind he wants to pursue gambling, drinking and spending some good quality time with men and women. […]

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ACOWAR | A Court of Wings and Ruin Review!

“When you erupt, girl, make sure it is felt across worlds.”  – Sarah J Maas Feyre has returned to the Spring Court, determined to gather information on Tamlin’s plans and the invading king threatening to destroy Prythian. But to do so she must play a deadly game of deceit—and one slip may spell doom not […]

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Book Judging Time | ACOMAF

After reading ACOTAR I decided straight away to start this, I finished it about a week ago  and needless to say I did not move much from my seat as I was clearly too busy flicking through the pages of this book. WHOOPS. Interpretation of the Story As Feyre survived the evil cows Amarantha’s games […]

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