Review: Footprints on the Moon by Lorraine Marwood

Footprints on the Moon is a verse novel for late primary/early high school readers set in Australia in 1969. »

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Review: Before The Beginning by Anna Morgan

Before the Beginning by Anna Morgan is a contemporary coming-of-age story with a subtle thread of mystery and maybe a touch of mythology. »

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Review: The F Team by Rawah Arja

The F Team by Rawah Arja is an incredible Australian contempory young adult book. »

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Review: Riven by Bronwyn Eley

Riven is the second installement of Bronwyn Eley's dark young adult fantasy series The Relic Trilogy »

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Review: Relic by Bronwyn Eley

Relic is Bronwyn Eley’s debut novel, and the first instalment of The Relic Trilogy, an Australian YA fantasy series published by Talem Press. »

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Review: Deep Water by Sarah Epstein

Deep Water is an Australian young adult mystery thriller. »

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Review: Taking Down Evelyn Tait By Poppy Nwosu

Taking Down Evelyn Tait is well-written, immersive, with characters that grab you and a meaningful story full of heart. »

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Review: The Girl with the Gold Bikini by Lisa Walker

Review of Australian YA detective novel The Girl with the Gold Bikini by Lisa Walker. »

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Review: The Man In The Water by David Burton

The Man in the Water is an enjoyable, fast-paced read that follows the story of sixteen-year-old Shaun who lives in a remote mining town in Queensland, Australia. While skipping school, he discovers a dead body. Recommended for teenagers who like mysteries or any readers of young adult books. »

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Review: The Surprising Power of a Good Dumpling by Wai Chim

Wai Chim’s stunning new novel, The Surprising Power of a Good Dumpling, is an engaging and totally immersive read - from which you will emerge heart-wrung and hungry. »

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