Mar 11
Books to Look Out For: March 2015

Books to Look Out For: March 2015

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Here are my picks for what you must read in March 2015:

1. Every Move (Every #3) by Ellie Marney - March 1st 2015 by Allen & Unwin

After the dramatic events of London, a road trip back to her old home in Five Mile sounds good (in theory) to Rachel Watts, with her brother Mike in the driving seat. But when Mike picks up his old buddy – the wildly unreliable Harris Derwent – things start to go south. Back in Melbourne, Rachel’s ‘partner in crime’, James Mycroft, clashes with Harris, and then a series of murders suggest...

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Mar 08
An Update on What’s Been Happening

An Update on What’s Been Happening

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Hello! You may have noticed that posts on this website haven’t been as regular as they used to be. I thought I’d update my lovely friends and readers about what’s been happening. I got sick Firstly, I got super sick. Without going into details, it was probably the worst I’ve…

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Feb 18
Fairest by Marissa Meyer

Fairest by Marissa Meyer

Reviews 0 ★★★★½

I never thought I’d sympathise with Levana. She’s been this amorphous blob of evil in The Lunar Chronicles for three books, and although I never doubted that her past would make an interesting story, I certainly didn’t think it would make me understand her.

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Jan 24
Stocktake Saturday 3 (2015)

Stocktake Saturday 3 (2015)

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Welcome to Stocktake Saturday! This feature is where I share some bookish news with you and then show you all the bookish goodies I got over the week. The cover reveals from the last week – (links to Goodreads pages) Knight’s Shadow (Greatcoats #2) by Sebastien de Castell Hidden Huntress…

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Jan 20
The Fell Sword by Miles Cameron

The Fell Sword by Miles Cameron

Reviews 0 ★★★★

The Fell Sword is a great sequel to Cameron’s fantasy début The Red Knight, expanding the world and delving deeper into its history, introducing us to new characters and giving us the tools to understand our favourites better, farewelling a few characters, and most importantly, giving a glimpse into the grand scale of the five book Traitor Son cycle.

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