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Jan 09
Butler to the Dark Lord by Sam Bowring

Butler to the Dark Lord by Sam Bowring

Reviews 1 ★★★★½

Remember the Goosebumps Choose-Your-Own-Adventure books? You'd read them and at the end of every chapter you had to make choices: to go inside the creepy dark tunnel or not, to investigate the noise coming from downstairs or not, to split up from your best-friend to cover more ground at the haunted carnival or not. Each choice changed the story slightly and there were two or three different endings to the book, depending on the choices you made.

Sam Bowring has written a book in a similar format for ADULTS, and I think it's superb!

Butler to the Dark Lord is...

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Aug 26
Out of Control by Sarah Alderson

Out of Control by Sarah Alderson

Reviews 0 ★★★★½

Out of Control is a heart-stopping adventure that will have you on the edge of your seat from the first chapter. It includes Alderson’s trademark action and amazing characters and takes on an issue rarely seen in YA fiction.

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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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Dec 06
The Oathbreaker’s Shadow by Amy McCulloch

The Oathbreaker’s Shadow by Amy McCulloch

Reviews 0

The Oathbreaker’s Shadow is what I expect from a quality YA fantasy novel – a complex world, riveting plot and developed characters woven together with skill. There are some things that could be improved upon, but overall, I enjoyed this novel a lot more than I’d expected. For me, most…

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Mar 26
Keir by Pippa Jay

Keir by Pippa Jay

Reviews 1

Keir is Pippa Jay’s first published novel, and I am hoping she’s got more in store for us because I really liked it! Spunky and fun, the book follows Keir and Quin on an exciting planet-hopping adventure as they hunt down Quin’s ancient enemies and investigate Keir’s mysterious past. Keir…

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Dec 05
And All the Stars by Andrea K. Höst

And All the Stars by Andrea K. Höst

Reviews 3 ★★★★★

Madeline Cost wakes up buried under concrete after the collapse of a train station (St. James for those who know). Mysterious spires have risen up out of the earth in 150 of the world’s largest cities, spewing out a purplish-white dust that changes those who come into contact with it….

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