Teen rating: A marvellous creation and a light read, perfect for those who don’t have much time on their hands. 3.5/5 13+ Continue reading Tsubasa Omnibus 4
TEEN RATING: The Loneliest Girl in The Universe starts of as a promising novel but slowly fades into an uneasy story. Although a Sci-Fi book, the ending seems improbable and far-fetched. Although quite good at points, I definitely won’t be re-reading this anytime soon. 2.7/5 13+ Continue reading The Loneliest Girl in The Universe
Teen Rating: Words are simply not enough to describe how good The Stromlight Archive is in my opinion but, I’ll give it a go. I’ve been waiting eagerly, counting down the days to Oathbringer’s release and now that I’ve finally read it, it’s an understatement to say it blew my expectations way, despite the fact they steadily grew higher and higher with each passing day until it’s release. If you’re a book lover or if you simply like all things fantasy related and you haven’t read the Stromlight Archives yet, you might want to give it some thought because these are possibly the best series of books I think I’ve ever come across. 5/5 14+ Continue reading Oathbringer
1. Nyxia by Scott Rientgen.
2. Murder on The Orient Express by Agatha Christie.
3. The Last Magician by Lisa Maxwell. Continue reading Our Top Three Books To Read This New Year (2017/2018)
Teen Rating: A witty, action packed adventure, which doesn’t allow you even a single second to put the book down. All in all a magical read (please excuse the pun). 4.8/5 13+ Continue reading The Last Magician
TEEN RATING: If I had to describe this book in one word, it would be ‘diverse’. One of the most outstanding books that I’ve ever read, Nyxia is a must read for fans of The Maze Runner and Ender’s Game. Nyxia’s characters are diverse and feel real, I felt joy and sadness for Emmett and the rest of the recruits. Tense, exciting and immersive, Nyxia is definitely one of my favourite science fiction books. Continue reading Nyxia
1: Skulduggery Pleasant – Playing with Fire by Derek Landy:
2: Spellslinger by Sebastien De Castell:
3: We See Everything by William Sutcliffe:
4.4/5 15+ Continue reading Our Top Three Books To Read This Christmas 2017