Seanan Maguire – Every Heart A Doorway

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I’ve always had a fascination with portals to magical worlds. There’s a proliferation of children’s stories with children getting whisked away to fairy tale locales – Narnia, The Far-away Tree, Wonderland, Oz, Never-Never Land. In Every Heart A Doorway, Seanan Maguire asks the question – what happens to the children who come back?   Eleanor West’s Home for […]

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Benjamin Warner – Thirst

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Note: This book was provided to me free of charge by the publisher in exchange for an honest review PopSugar Reading Challenge: A Book That Takes Place During Summer I’m on a bit of an apocalypse/dystopian kick at the moment aren’t I? It seems to be a really popular genre this year so there’s heaps […]

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Duncan Lay – The Poisoned Quarrel

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Note: This book was provided to me by the publisher free of charge in exchange for an honest review. PopSugar Reading Challenge Prompt: A Book Published in 2016 Fantasy goes through phases. When the Lord of the Rings trilogy was released, everything went sort of Tokien-esque. Everything was beautiful elves imparting wisdom to fragile humans […]

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PopSugar Reading Challenge: A Book And Its Prequel

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Note: I received this book free from the publisher in exchange for an honest review If there’s one thing I love more than an apocalyptic superflu dystopia, it’s anything Arthurian. The King Arthur legends were something I read and re-read as a child and even as an adult, I’ll read or watch anything that even […]

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PopSugar Reading Challenge: A Sci-Fi Novel

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Note: I received this book free from the publisher in exchange for an honest review The concept of projecting one’s consciousness into an artificial body is not a new one in science fiction (and apparently closer  in the real world than you might think), but Emma Geen has chosen to focus it on animals, which I can’t […]

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