Last minute gift with feeling? try Wonderbly Books

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So yesterday may have caught some UK based people out who are now thinking eeep I need something for... If a magazine subscription is not quite your ideal and you want something a bit different may I suggest a book from Wonderbly especially if you order by midnight tonight (20th December!) These books are an … Continue reading Last minute gift with feeling? try Wonderbly Books

Dark Whispers: A Brightstorm Adventure- Vashti Hardy

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In Dark Whispers the Brightstorms’ journey is growing hotter with the weather & secret plans.  Vashti Hardy has this time chartered a thrilling journey to tropical climes with a thrilling adventure filled with secrets, lies and the edge of the world. The return to the world of the Brightstorm twins feels deeper and darker this … Continue reading Dark Whispers: A Brightstorm Adventure- Vashti Hardy

Winterborne Home for Vengeance and Valour – Ally Carter

This book where Little Orphan Annie meets the Superhero universe is a book that makes me feel like a little kid again. I've always enjoyed superhero films and this is the perfect middle grade novel that draws on both that genre and Ally Carter's experience writing the YA Gallagher Girls spycraft and teenagers series. Imagine … Continue reading Winterborne Home for Vengeance and Valour – Ally Carter

Believathon Seasonal Read: The Eye of the North- Sinéad O’Hart

I absolutely adored Sinead’s The Star Spun Web earlier this year for its alternate reality- parallel worlds theme and the way she explored real events and places within a fictional alternative setting that made it both a safe space and yet closer to home through investment in the characters. So when Believathon popped up I … Continue reading Believathon Seasonal Read: The Eye of the North- Sinéad O’Hart

Believathon: Reread a Childhood Favourite – Hacker by Malorie Blackman

For my childhood favourite Believathon reread there was strong competition from the fantasy and Blyton ranks but Littlefae picked this from the selection and I’m so pleased she did as it was a wonderful read. I loved this book as a child, I totally credit Malorie Blackman and this book with beginning my love of … Continue reading Believathon: Reread a Childhood Favourite – Hacker by Malorie Blackman