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Heart Shaped Bruise

Heart Shaped Bruise - Tanya Byrne Wow, what an amazing piece of YA literature, I find that British YA gets kind of overshadowed by the American greats like John Green and co, but if this is the standard of novel that the uk is churning out for the young adult market then I am going… Continue reading Heart Shaped Bruise

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A Moveable Feast

A Moveable Feast - Ernest Hemingway. This book made me hungry for the smell of French pastry, the sound of Cole Porter and the sights of Parisian skylines. I’ve only ever visited Paris once and that was a fateful trip to Disneyland in my formative years which resulted in my family being stuck on the… Continue reading A Moveable Feast

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Journey into mystery: Fear Itself

Journey into Mystery: Fear Itself - Keiron Gillen and Doug Braithwaite. I don't think I've reviewed a graphic novel/ comic book on here before. But as I'm doing the six week challenge at the moment, I guess that's about to change. I'm reviewing everything I read between November 1st and December 13th, so lucky you,… Continue reading Journey into mystery: Fear Itself

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This is what happy looks like

This is what happy looks like - Jennifer E. Smith Well, good gosh this was all kinds of adorable. I read the Statistical Probability of Love at First Sight a few months ago, and although it was cute, it was also a bit predictable and down right irritating at times. This though, this was as… Continue reading This is what happy looks like

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I am the messenger

I am the messenger - Markus Zusak Within the first few pages of reading this, I had two reactions. The first was akin to this: The other was to remember this quote from The Fault in Our Stars: "Sometimes, you read a book and it fills you with this weird evangelical zeal, and you become… Continue reading I am the messenger