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Aisha Ali
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Bright Blaze of Magic by Jennifer Estep Book Review
Bright Blaze of Magic by Jennifer Estep In
general the book is a good ending to the trilogy and wrapped up things in a way
which had the right amount of closure and wanting for another book. Firstly
there was a ton of action in the book which isn’t surprisi...

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Why I Went Back by James Clammer Book Review
Why I Went Back by James Clammer “People hear
messages from other places. Voices. They might not want anything to do with
them, but that doesn’t stop the messages coming. " Why
I Went Back is written in a certain style but the novel has this element of
magi...

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Don’t Get Caught by Kurt Dinan Book Review
Don’t Get Caught by Kurt Dinan “Everyone thinks
they know how everyone else is, but they’re usually wrong. People see what they
want to see. It makes everything easier.” Don’t
Get Caught is a fun novel with the entire aspect of pulling pranks and I really
l...

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Absence From Blogging II
Absence
From Blogging II I
made a post a while back explaining why I wasn’t blogging because I was busy
and how I was determined to start blogging again. That was an epic fail!
However now I’m done with a majority of my exams and have some time off school,
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Walk the Edge by Katie McGarry Book Review
Walk the Edge by Katie McGarry “The
boy everyone sees, but nobody knows is with the girl who everybody knows, but nobody
sees.”   If
you’re into MC romance or just a general bad boy and good girl romance this
book is probably for you. Breanna and Razor are ...

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Nora and Kettle by Lauren Nicolle Taylor Book Review
Nora and Kettle by Lauren Nicolle Taylor “We
stay in this never land between our two beds.    I
think the synopsis of the novel is a bit misleading. I was hoping to do a bit
of reading...just until the 2 characters officially meet but here’s the thing,
they...

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Wolf by Wolf by Ryan Graudin Book Review
Wolf by Wolf by Ryan Graudin “Because
she was the predator this time. Not the prey. Never again. Wolf
by Wolf follows Yael as she impersonates Adele Wolfe to enter a tournament.
Adele is the past winner of the tournament – a motorcycle tour from Berlin to T...

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Me and Earl and the Dying Girl by Jesse Andrews Book Review
Me and Earl and the Dying Girl by Jesse Andrews “Of
course it’s girly…My room doesn’t have no James Bond in no…thong” Greg
is just a normal teenager who spends his time making films with his friend and
trying to blend in at high school. That is until his ol...

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Rebel of the Sands by Alwyn Hamilton Book Review
Rebel of the Sands by Alwyn Hamilton “So
this really was where the stories came to life. Heroes and monsters come to
fight and die for the Rebel Prince” The novel
starts off with Amani joining a shooting contest in order to win money so she
can leave her de...

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The Dead House by Dawn Kurtagich Book Review
The Dead House by Dawn Kurtagich “But
when no one will believe you, you become the liar they think you are.” The
Dead House has an interesting concept with the different presentation of
narratives and the plot being based around events from the past and tol...
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