Review: The Last, by Hanna Jameson

What would you do if the world were ending? I mean, I would probably arm myself with a giant bar of chocolate and some brandy before settling down with a book, but that's beside the point. The Last asks a far more intriguing question: what would happen if you survived the apocalypse... and then had to solve …

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Top posts I’ve enjoyed this January

It's the end of the first month of 2019! And it's gone so quickly, not least because of the excellent blog posts that you guys have been publishing in the past thirty days. There have been New Year's Resolutions, posts about what people are looking forward to reading during the month and even a few …

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‘Yer a wizard, Harry.’ Why the magic of the extended series is wearing off

This may be a rather clickbaity title, and for that, I apologise. But let me explain. When I was younger, Harry Potter was, quite possibly, my FAVOURITE THING IN THE WORLD. This was no exaggeration (as I imagine it was for many of you). I lived and breathed Harry Potter; when I wasn't reading the …

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Blog tour: Dark Forge, by Miles Cameron

Is there anything better than escaping the cold London winter by escaping to a fantastic land where magic rules and evil stalks the earth? I thought not. And this is why Dark Forge by Miles Cameron- the second in what I imagine is a trilogy- is so great. It's the perfect slice of escapism, albeit one that …

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The ‘Would You Rather?’ challenge (but with BOOKS)

Who doesn't love a good tag challenge to brighten up the most miserable week of the year? I certainly do, and I'm very excited to be getting started on this one: a would-you-rather-challenge, for which I was nominated by the lovely Angela at Hiding Behind Books Blog. Thank you: you rock! I'm notoriously indecisive, so …

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