Publisher: Pan Macmillan AU

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Aug 12
Covens Rising: Episode 4 by Adina West

Covens Rising: Episode 4 by Adina West

Reviews 0 ★★★★

Episode 4 is my favourite instalment of Covens Rising so far. After my extreme frustration with Kat in the last episode, it was nice to see her acting in ways that made sense to me.

The effects of the blood-high are gone and Kat understands a lot more about her life than she did before, so now she's spending time recovering and processing all the changes in her life. I like that she's honest with herself - she recognises there are just things she can't handle now.

One of my favourite things about this book is that the situation with...

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Aug 01
Come Back to Me by Mila Gray

Come Back to Me by Mila Gray

Reviews 0 ★★★★½

Come Back to Me is my favourite kind of NA story. It’s about more than just a hot romance. It’s about family and friends and dreams and love in all its incarnations. I think it’s a beautiful story and have really enjoyed reading it!

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Jul 29
The Awakening by Adina West

The Awakening by Adina West

Reviews 0 ★★★½

The Awakening is an enjoyable read, but honestly nothing like I’d expected it to be! It is, however, essential reading if you’re thinking of picking up Coven’s Rising, and I think fans of paranormal stories will like it.

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Jun 09
The Caller by Juliet Marillier

The Caller by Juliet Marillier

Reviews 0 ★★★★½

The Caller is a hard book to review. When I turned the last page of this book, I couldn’t help but be sad. I’ve grown to love the characters in the Shadowfell series and the world they live in, and I’ve found it hard to say goodbye.

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Apr 07
The Glass Republic by Tom Pollock

The Glass Republic by Tom Pollock

Reviews 1 ★★★★★

Tom Pollock writes a mind-blowing sequel with The Glass Republic, adding spice to the story he began in The City’s Son by switching protagonists and introducing a previously unexplored aspect of his alternate-world London.

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Mar 12
Traitor’s Blade by Sebastien de Castell

Traitor’s Blade by Sebastien de Castell

Reviews 5 ★★★★½

I haven’t loved a book this much in ages! Reminiscent of The Three Musketeers, humour, swordplay, intrigue and a hint of magic are carefully balanced in this fun and exciting début. The book is highly entertaining, full of adventure and lots of laughs.

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Mar 06
The City’s Son by Tom Pollock

The City’s Son by Tom Pollock

Reviews 0 ★★★★★

I loved The City’s Son so much, I worried that I won’t have the words to describe how I feel. It turns out that I have a lot of words for how amazing this book is. You see, this city is built on a lot of things: brick and stone…

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