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Zenn Scarlett by Christian Schoon ~ A Review


Zenn Scarlett by Christian Schoon Published: May 7th 2013, Strange Chemistry (Angry Robot Books) Length: 304 pages Genre: Science Fiction, YA, Mystery Where Did I Get It? eARC received from NetGalley for review Summary (from NetGalley): Zenn Scarlett is a bright, determined, occasionally a-little-too-smart-for-her-own-good 17-year-old girl training hard to become an exoveterinarian. That means she’s…… Continue reading Zenn Scarlett by Christian Schoon ~ A Review

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Revenge Of A Band Geek Gone Bad by Naomi Rabinowitz – A Review


Revenge Of A Band Geek Gone Bad by Naomi Rabinowitz  Published: Naomi Rabinowitz, 8th October 2012 Length: 278 pages (Kindle edition) Where Did I Get It?: Purchased on Amazon for 77p Summary (from Goodreads): Shy, overweight Melinda Rhodes’ sophomore year of high school isn’t going so well. Her own mother mocks her weight. Her pants split in…… Continue reading Revenge Of A Band Geek Gone Bad by Naomi Rabinowitz – A Review

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Back To Blackbrick by Sarah Moore Fitzgerald – A Review


Back To Blackbrick by Sarah Moore Fitzgerald Published: Orion Children’s Books, 7 February 2013 Length: 228 pages (paperback) Where Did I Get It?: Borrowed Liberty’s ARC for review, pre-publication Summary (from Goodreads): Cosmo’s brother Brian died when he was ten years old. His mum hides her grief by working all the hours God sends and…… Continue reading Back To Blackbrick by Sarah Moore Fitzgerald – A Review

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Review: Fire by Kristin Cashore


Published: 2009, Gollancz Summary: Fire is set some thirty years before the events of Cashore’s previous book Graceling and occurs over the mountains in a land called the Dells. The Dells are inhabited by beautiful monster creatures, identical to the normal wildlife but all the colours under the sun – turquoise, ruby, gold, crimson -…… Continue reading Review: Fire by Kristin Cashore