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The Last

The Last - Hanna Jameson An apocalyptic end of the world story with an additional murder mystery wrapped up in it? Well, colour me interested. This reminded me of The Shining crossed with High Rise crossed with Station Eleven and And Then there were None. It makes for an interesting post-apocalyptic end of the world… Continue reading The Last

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The sisters of the Winterwood

The Sisters of the Winterwood - Rena Rossner Firstly, this cover is gorgeous, who wouldn't be interested in this book? Secondly, I have a great love of books set in eastern Europe, thirdly, anything involving Jewish fairytales is a winner in my book and I had heard that this was partly inspired by real life… Continue reading The sisters of the Winterwood

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Jack of Hearts and other parts

Jack of Hearts and other parts - Lev A. C. Rosen I feel cheated. Why did I miss out on having Jack Rothman as being my sex education teacher? This is exactly the kind of book that we need - one that doesn't shy away from sex, drugs and alcohol among teenagers. That being said...… Continue reading Jack of Hearts and other parts

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Vox

Vox - Christina Dalcher Did you enjoy Power or The Handmaid's Tale? Do you like your dystopia to be politically edged and scarily true to life? Well, you're going to love this! Set in an America where half the population has been silenced, VOX is the harrowing, unforgettable story of what one woman will do to protect… Continue reading Vox

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WAR: Wizards and Robots

WAR: Wizards and Robots - Will I Am Embarrassingly, I have had this book sitting on my kindle for the longest time -  I was sent an eGalley for review a couple of millennia ago - so apologies. When a young man breaks into her home claiming her life is in danger, Ada Luring's world… Continue reading WAR: Wizards and Robots

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Mirror Mirror

Mirror Mirror - Cara Delevingne (and Rowan Coleman) She's a model, an actor, a singer, she has the most impressive eyebrows in the western hemisphere and now she's a novelist, is there a pie Cara Delevinge doesn't have her fingers in? Friend. Lover. Victim. Traitor. When you look in the mirror, what do you see?… Continue reading Mirror Mirror