Date Night Review: Doctor Strange

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It comes as no secret that we are a bit of a geeky family, but we take it to new heights when it comes to anything Marvel Comics. I’m fairly certain my son’s act of teenage rebellion will probably be dressing up as Superman for Comic Con. Despite this  obsession, neither myself or my husband […]

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Mums Night Out: Bad Moms

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Oh man have I been looking forward to this movie. From the first trailer, I was hooked by the premise, and add in Kristen Bell (who is totally my spirit animal) and I could not freakin wait.  My mother’s group and I organised a rare night out to hang out with the Bad Moms.   […]

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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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