Teen Rating: A perfect book to start off on if you want a taste of horror but, nothing too daunting to keep you up at night. 13+ 4/5 Continue reading The Call
Teen Rating: All I can say is this book came extremely close to entirely engulfing me into it’s own twisted world, with it’s significantly blurred lines of good and evil and never letting me out again. I think I might have already mentioned that this book is maybe just a little bit dark, but if you haven’t noticed yet, let me say it again, this is a pretty dark book. Especially considering the fact that we almost all know the happy fairly tale like story of Robin Hood and his merry men ect. and have a good picture of what we take to be his story. But for Hall to come along and completely and utterly rip it to shreds and replace it with a much shadier version, and still be able to present to us the same Robin, all-be-it a fair bit darker, but the same one we’ve always known and loved, it’s simply breathtaking to witness. 4/5 14+ Continue reading Shadow Of The Wolf
Teen Rating: A fabulous reminder of how simply awesome these books are! 4.9/5 12+ Continue reading Skulduggery Pleasant-Resurrection
Teen Rating: In a battle of God’s and ‘men’… who am I kidding, ‘kids’, fight for their very survival, even in a living hell. But what can they do, but watch, when forces they can not fight literally eat them alive. 4/5 14+ Continue reading Plague
Teen Rating: An amazing follow-up to one of the greatest fantasy series’ ever written. 4.5/5 12+ Continue reading Harry Potter and the cursed child by Jack Thorne
American Monsters by Derek Landy. Amber being the Shining Demon’s lap dog, isn’t really presenting many open opportunities to strike. Actually now that I think about it, I don’t think it’s presented any openings, weakness or opportunities,to strike back at Astaroth. But it has shown Amber scenes she, definitely would opt out on given the … Continue reading American Monsters
Lockwood and Co. The Hallow Boy by Jonathan Stroud. Lockwood and Co. are back with new renewed vigour.London is crumbling to … Continue reading Lockwood and Co. The Hallow Boy by Jonathan Stroud.