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    Book Review: Enola Holmes-The Case of the Missing Marquess

    Meet Sherlock Holmes’ little sister

    Growing up as a girl isn’t easy. Even if you made it to womanhood it doesn’t get any easier. This understanding hits Enola on the morning of her 16th birthday. She wakes up and is ready to celebrate her birthday with her mother. Although Enola receives birthday presents, her mother is not there. She disappeared […] More

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    Book Review: A Sweet Mess by Jayci Lee

    One of the sweetest reads

    A Sweet Mess by Jayci Lee is one of the sweetest books you will read this summer. Is it time to bake a chance on love? Aubrey Choi has been content running her highly successful bakery Comfort Zone, with dating the least of her priorities. Then a one-night-stand with gorgeous Korean hunk Landon Kim makes […] More

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    Book Review: Janet Devlin Releases Autobiography “My Confessional”

    This week saw Janet Devlin release her autobiography, titled My Confessional, alongside the release of her second studio album, titled Confessional. It’s a very personal book delving deep into her thoughts, emotions, and feelings from her life as she has battled with many inner demons and struggled with her mental health. This well-written autobiography contains […] More

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    Book Review: ‘Gloves Off’ by Louisa Reid

    Lily is sixteen and feels utterly trapped. Bullied at school, she doesn’t want to lay her unhappiness at her parents’ door – they have problems of their own. When the kids at school finally go too far, Lily and her family must face reality and decide if she’s going to fight back or remain a […] More

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    Book Review: Sea Witch Rising by Sarah Henning

    “The Sea Witch Rising” is the long-awaited sequel to Sarah Henning’s “Sea Witch”. To give a review on this amazing re-telling isn’t easy without giving too much away. But, we’ll try our best. The Sea Witch Rising by Henning is the kind of book you will read with two urges to fight at once.You want […] More

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    Book Review: Navigating our oxymoronic lives with Balzac’s “The Atheist’s Mass”

    “The Atheist’s Mass”, a short story by Honore de Balzac was published in the year 1836. Centuries later, this short story finds its relevance today as we observe our lives entangled with the paradox of information and misinformation, belief and disbelief, structures and disruption. But unlike the assumption, this paradox is not dichotomous. If we […] More

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    Book Review: “One Of Us Is Lying” by Karen McManus

    Bronwyn, Addy, Cooper, and Nate. The nerd, the prom-princess, the baseball-champ, and the bad boy, the kind of characters you won’t ever see together anywhere at any time, right? Yes, but they all end up in detention. Amidst the bizarre set up is Simon Kelleher, the founder of the school-gossip app ‘About That.’ Everyone’s aware […] More

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    Book review: American Royals, Katherine McGee

    The Washington Family have ruled America for almost 250 years…..

    American Royals by Katherine McGee centres around the premise of what it would be like if the USA had a royal family? When America won the Revolutionary War, its people offered General George Washington a crown. Two and a half centuries later, the House of Washington still sits on the throne. As Princess Beatrice gets […] More

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    Mrs Hinch : The Activity Journal – Book Review

    Grab your crystal pen.

      Mrs Hinch had a number one best seller with her 1st book (review here) and now she’s only gone and released a follow up to it, her Activity Journal. Fans of clean queen Sophie Hinchcliffe were eagerly awaiting the release of her second installment, a book dedicated to decluttering the mind and destressing. We […] More

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