Genre: Thriller/Mystery

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The One Impossible Labyrinth by Matthew Reilly

The One Impossible Labyrinth by Matthew Reilly

October 16, 2021 Reviews 0 ★★★

Fun, action-packed and imaginative, The One Impossible Labyrinth completes the journey that began with The Seven Ancient Wonders.

The book is predictable at times, and a little heavy-handed on the Heroism and Selflessness that Jack West Jr embodies, but gives a sense of closure to fans who've been with Jack for sixteen years. I've returned to these books often, the magic of the first three never seems to fade!

Jack West Jr has only days to complete the Supreme Labyrinth and save the universe from The Great Crunch. I think that Reilly pushes the action too far in his pursuit for ever-higher stakes, more destruction and heightened...

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Every Move by Ellie Marney

Every Move by Ellie Marney

April 15, 2015 Reviews 1 ★★★★

The last instalment of Ellie Marney’s Every series has left me conflicted and sad. Although it’s hard to say good-bye to Mycroft and Watts, it’s probably for the best because I didn’t really like the way this book turned out.

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Every Word by Ellie Marney

Every Word by Ellie Marney

October 30, 2014 Reviews 2 ★★★★★

We take up with Mycroft and Watts some eight weeks after Every Breath, when news from London sets a new sleuthing adventure in motion for the troubled duo. Every Word is a gripping crime-thiller that builds on the foundations laid down in Every Breath, and is every bit as exciting and engaging as its predecessor.

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Panic by Lauren Oliver

Panic by Lauren Oliver

April 22, 2014 Reviews 1 ★★★★

I didn’t really know what I was getting into when I started to read Panic, but only one chapter in I knew the book had its hooks in me. The narration is brilliant, the premise is thrilling and haunting at the same time, and the characters are real in a way rarely seen in books.

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All the Truth That’s in Me by Julie Berry

All the Truth That’s in Me by Julie Berry

April 4, 2014 Reviews 1 ★★★★

This is a brilliant, brilliant book, and I am extremely annoyed I held myself back with it. It’s a raw, emotive narrative about Judith, who went missing with her best friend two years ago. Judith returned, Lottie didn’t.

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Paper Valentine by Brenna Yovanoff

Paper Valentine by Brenna Yovanoff

March 4, 2014 Reviews 1 ★★★★½

It’s no secret that I have loved Brenna’s previous books, and it’s taken me ages, but I’ve finally read Paper Valentine. This is a gorgeous, haunting novel about a series of murders that occur in a small town, where young girls are suddenly cooped up inside their houses and everyone…

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Giveaway: Pawn by Aimée Carter

Giveaway: Pawn by Aimée Carter

November 18, 2013 Giveaways 8

Good news everyone! (Futurama reference) The wonderful folk at HarlequinTeen Australia have offered up two copies of Pawn by Aimée Carter for an Australia wide giveaway! Pawn is the first book in The Blackcoat Rebellion series: Some pertinent information about the giveaway: You do NOT need to follow Speculating on SpecFic…

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