Category Archives: Review

How I Live Now – Meg Rosoff

I don’t know what I was expecting from this book but this certainly wasn’t it. It is a whole different kind of dystopia, a whole different kind of romance, and a whole different kind of survival story than I am used … Continue reading

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Paper Aeroplanes – Dawn O’Porter

I have JUST THIS SECOND finished reading Paper Aeroplanes. I’ve been sitting in a car in the most uncomfortable position in the world, at first stopping every few seconds to adjust the small cushion protecting my back from the sticky-out … Continue reading

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Trouble – Non Pratt

I have been looking forward to reading this book for so long, but I just can’t justify buying books in either bookshelf space or money at the moment. Luckily, I work as a secondary school librarian, and this book is … Continue reading

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Starring Kitty – Keris Stainton

My mum reviews books for Letterbox Library and reads a LOT of children’s and ‘middle grade’ books. It’s not often that she is seriously impressed by something, so when she said she had been sent something I absolutely had to … Continue reading

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Attachments – Rainbow Rowell

Having listed Fangirl as one of my favourite books of 2014, and enjoying Eleanor and Park, I decided to read Attachments by Rainbow Rowell. I got it out of the library because I am s-k-i-n-t this month (don’t authors get … Continue reading

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We Were Liars by E. Lockhart

Wow. Wow. Okay, backing up a bit here. I have never read anything by E. Lockhart. I was convinced into reading this by countless, countless recommendations on Twitter, and also the amazing price of 99p on Kindle. I blasted through … Continue reading

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