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Tales of the Peculiar by Ransom Riggs Review

You are probably reading this review as you are a fan of the Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children series of books (there are...

The Island by C.L. Taylor Review

I have read a few of C.L. Taylor’s psychological thrillers in the past, and for the most part really enjoyed them. But as well...

Witches Protection Program by Michael Okon Review

Witches Protection Program, originally written under the name Michael Phillip Cash but now republished under the name Michael Okon, is an exciting novel for...

Are YA Fiction Titles Just for Young Adults?

Reading is a wonderful and enjoyable experience and can be enjoyed by any age group. If you say you don’t like reading, you probably...

Daughter of the Sun by Zoe Kalo Review

The school holidays are in progress, the sun is shining (at the minute for most anyway) and for the kids it is time to...

Hollow City by Ransom Riggs Review

From a collection of old found photographs, Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children was turned into a fantastic fantasy adventure novel for young adults...

Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children by Ransom Riggs Review

There are plenty of children’s books available, especially for toddlers up to pre-teens, and now the young adult genre (for ages 12 to 18...

Crusher by Niall Leonard Review

Crusher is the first novel in the Crusher series and the debut novel by Niall Leonard. It is a gritty crime-thriller for the young...

Theodore Boone: The Fugitive by John Grisham Review

John Grisham is an excellent writer of legal thrillers, selling millions of books throughout the world. Nine of his books his books have even...

Monsterland Reanimated by Michael Okon Review

Monsterland Reanimated, written by Michael Okon, is the second book in the Monsterland series. The worldwide Monsterland theme parks have been destroyed. The werewolves, vampires...