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The Owner and Founder of The Olly Book Blog
The Owner and Founder of The Olly Book Blog

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The Periodic Table: A Field Guide to the Elements - Paul Parsons and Gail Dixon
  The periodic table was originally thought in the early 1860's, as a way of organising new elements found by scientists, the table was redesigned a number of times by different scientists to sort elements in different ways. Eventually, they came up with th...
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Tales from a Young Vet - Jo Hardy
  To begin with, this book is a work of non-fiction, this means that for any aspiring vets- or any animal lovers for that matter- this makes for a really engaging and interesting read. The book recounts stories from Hardy's career so far, much like many oth...
Tales from a Young Vet - Jo Hardy
Tales from a Young Vet - Jo Hardy
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Fever Crumb - Philip Reeve
Fever Crumb - Philip Reeve
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Fever Crumb - Philip Reeve
  Philip Reeve is highly acclaimed for his book, Mortal Engines which is a futuristic steam-punk book with moving cities and flying airships. This book is much the same however it takes place on the ground which is obviously less exciting, it also takes pla...
Fever Crumb - Philip Reeve
Fever Crumb - Philip Reeve
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Sophie Someone - Hayley Long
  This book is very unique and is written in an unusual but fun way. It follows the story of a girl called Sophie who really wants to know what her true identity is and what her story began like. The book is written from Sophie's perspective, however, the b...
Sophie Someone - Hayley Long
Sophie Someone - Hayley Long
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Rat Runners - Oisin McGann
Rat Runners - Oisin McGann
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Rat Runners - Oisin McGann
  I read this novel quite a while ago but I've came back to it now so that I can review it here for you. The book is set in a dystopian future and is very, very similar to the novel and play 1984. However this book is for children rather than adults or olde...
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Rat Runners - Oisin McGann
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Magisterium: The Iron Trial - Holly Black and Cassandra Clare
  This book is the first in a new series and it is a really good introduction to what could become a truly great series of books. I enjoyed Holly Black's Spiderwick Chronicles and also Cassandra Clare's Clockwork Angels trilogy so it was also going to be pr...
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The Mermaid's Sister - Carrie Anne Noble
  This book is quite surreal at times and is overall very good. Sometimes it is difficult to work out some things in the story but everything does become clear at the end of the novel. The book is set in Victorian times but it seems to be mostly timeless an...
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Demon Road - Derek Landy
  Landy is back and Landy is good. He gets the story rolling quick off the mark begins to enthrall us in his new series. It's set away from Skulduggery Pleasant (Which did end quite 'unusually' remember?) and into the world of demons! (Hence the name)   Pos...
Demon Road - Derek Landy
Demon Road - Derek Landy
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