Nevermoor – by Jessica Townsend I normally avoid reading books that are arrive with a lot of hype and fanfare. But once in a while that hype is more than justified, and that is truely the case with Nevermoor by
The Fever Code by James Dashner Reviewer Sam recently had a birthday and was fortunate enough to receive a lot of books. He loved all of them, but he has chosen his favourite to review for you today. This is
Funny Kid for President by Matt Stanton Reviewer Sam loved Did you take the B from my _ook?, so when I had an opportunity to read funny kid for president also by Matt Stanton I jumped at it, even though
Fever Crumb by Philip Reeves and Third Witch by Jackie French It’s an all girl cast this weekend in two books that twist our realities into new stories for us to get lost in. Fever Crumb After the downsizing that
Maya’s Notebook by Isabelle Allende I call them the ‘there but for the grace of God’ books, and I loved them as a teenager. I loved a voyeur’s view into the world of drug and alcohol addition, a little
York – The Shadow Cipher #1 by Laura Ruby A steampunk world grown up to present day, a cipher to be solved and three children to solve it! The cover of York is a beautiful piece of artwork, and I
Escape with The Demi-Gods – Percy Jackson and the Lightening Thief by Rick Riordan and Reawakened by Colleen Houck When I was a child I used to love reading stories of the Greek, Egyptian and Roman Gods, nowadays children love
Throne of Glass by Sarah J. Maas I cannot tell you how many timesI have picked up The Throne of Glass, read the back of the book and then put the book back because the cover really put me off.
The Extraordinary Cases of Sherlock Holmes by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle I love reading crime novels. I love watching Sherlock Holmes movies and TV series. But I had never read even one of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s Sherlock Holmes stories.
Summoner Book Three The Battlemage by Taren Matharu In this weeks review reviewer Sam looks at the final book in one of his favourite series – The Summoner Series by Taren Matharu. In books one and two Fletcher leant he was