Foray with Freeks: A Review

Foray with Freeks: A Review

Please be aware that this review contains some mild spoilers. Do not continue reading unless you are fine with being spoiled. 

When Pan Macmillan first contacted me about a review copy of Freeks, I had no idea who Amanda Hocking was, or that she had sold millions of books. I just said yes because the book sounded cool.

I’ve always been fascinated by carnivals  and circuses, and this book drops you right in the middle of the action, with one small difference: some of the members of the travelling show really do have supernatural powers.

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Finding Wonders in Verse: A Review

Finding Wonders in Verse: A Review

This review does not contain spoilers.

I received Finding Wonders: Three Girls Who Changed Science in the December box from The YA Chronicles. The first thing that caught my attention was the ridiculously beautiful cover design.

I knew that the book of the month was going to be written in verse and that made me a bit nervous because, as far as I can remember, I’ve never read a book entirely in verse before. I didn’t even know what to expect.

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A Quiet Kind of Thunder: A Review

A Quiet Kind of Thunder: A Review

Please be aware that this review contains some spoilers. Do not continue reading unless you are fine with being spoiled. 

I was both excited and nervous about reading A Quiet Kind of Thunder. Mostly because The Things I Didn’t Say by Kylie Fornasier was one of my favourite reads of 2016 and this sounded pretty darn similar. Basic story: a girl with selective mutism engages in a new romance and slowly starts to take control of her anxiety.

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Join me for my February book photo challenge!

Join me for my February book photo challenge!

Join me on Instagram for a fun month of book photography, or play along here on WordPress or on Tumblr or Bloglovin’! Just let me know which platform you’re on so I can come and stalk your pictures 🙂

Want to know more about the prompts? Everything is explained here. Just remember, these explanations are for inspiration or guidance. You can interpret any of the prompts however you choose.

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