Books in Review: July

I am so bad at this. In July I finally caught up on the prompts and was ready on time with a draft post and then »

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Review: The Slightly Alarming Tale of The Whispering Wars

The Slightly Alarming Tale of the Whispering Wars is a wonderful companion to The Extremely Inconvenient Adventures of Bronte Mettlestone that readers of all levels will adore. I really hope there will be adventures and tales from more kingdoms and empires in the future. »

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Review: I Had Such Friends - Meg Gatland-Veness

Overall, I Had Such Friends is an emotional and gripping story about self-discovery and grief that is worth reading. »

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Books in Review: June

June prompts for the AusYaBloggers Reading Challenge. Simon vs the Homo Sapien Agenda, Children of Blood and Bone, Strange the Dreamer and Take Three Girls. »

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Books in Review: May

May prompts for The AusYABloggers Reading Challenge. Chasing Odysseus, Gemina, The Burning Maze and Grace Beside Me »

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Books in Review: April

Here's the April prompts for The AusYABloggers Reading Challenge. The Astonishing Colour of After - Emily X.R. Pan read for the prompt Biracial protagonist The »

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Books in Review - March

There will be a few of these posts this month as I'm almost caught up on the past three months. Here's the March prompts for The AusYABloggers Reading Challenge. »

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Review: Starry Eyes by Jenn Bennett

I knew I would enjoy reading *Starry Eyes*. A contemporary YA that’s part Romeo and Juliet, part friends-to-enemies (and enemies-to-lovers), plus teenagers stuck in the wilderness with no choice but to stick together. What’s not to love? »

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Books in Review: February

I didn't get much reading done in February I read most of the February prompts for The AusYABloggers Reading Challenge in March. Tempests and Slaughter - »

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Small Spaces by Sarah Epstein

Small Spaces is the remarkable debut novel of Australian author Sarah Epstein. It is incredibly well written, fast-paced and just the right amount of creepy. »

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