Release Date: October 1st 2016. Publisher: Walker Books Australia. Source: From publisher in exchange for an honest review. Synopsis from Goodreads: The third book in Amy Ewing’s New York Times bestselling Lone City trilogy, The Black Key is perfect for fans of The Selection and Red Queen. Violet and the Society of the Black Key are preparing … More Review: The Black Key By Amy Ewing.
Welcome to my stop on The Tribe Trilogy Tour, in celebration of the release of the final book in the trilogy, The Foretelling Of Georgie Spider. I am reviewing the book, plus I have a special guest post from Ambelin and a massive giveaway for Australian residents. I have TWO sets of the entire trilogy … More Blog Tour: The Tribe Trilogy By Ambelin Kwaymullina + Giveaway! #aww2015 #LoveOzYa
Release Date: 25th February 2015 Australian Publisher: Text Publishing. Source: From publisher in exchange for an honest review. Synopsis: From the author of the Text Prize-winning The Bridge. The ceasefire is barely holding. Southside waits, with a kind of hope that feels like defeat. Then Cityside blows up the bridge. And amid the chaos and … More Review: Havoc By Jane Higgins.
I just finished reading Red Queen a few days ago and I can’t get it out of my head, so I thought I’d start a discussion on my blog about it. NOTE: this is a DISCUSSION NOT A REVIEW. There will be lots and lots of SPOILERS. If you have not read Red Queen, stop … More Red Queen Discussion:We Need To Talk About Maven.
Release date: January 27th 2013. Publisher: Allen and Unwin. Source: Purchased. Synopsis from Goodreads: The last thing Tegan remembers is the crack as the gun went off, intense pain, and everything fading to black. One hundred years later, she wakes up. A fast-paced near-future romance. Sixteen-year-old Tegan is just like every other girl living in … More Review: When We Wake By Karen Healey.
I am the most simplest person to buy gifts for – all I ever want is books! And I have a huge list of books I want, so there is plenty of choice. Almost all the things on my Christmas list were books and I was lucky enough to get 13 books for Christmas this … More Books I got for Christmas.
Today I am reviewing The Disappearance Of Ember Crow, book two in The Tribe series by Ambelin Kwaymullina. I’m also happy to say I am part of the blog tour for this book so make sure you come back on December 14th and check out my interview with Ambelin. I am announcing some very exciting … More Review: The Disappearance Of Ember Crow by Ambelin Kwaymullina.
Hi, and welcome to this week’s Fiction Friday. Today I am reviewing the YA dystopian, ‘Until We End’ by Frankie Brown, one of the first ebooks to be released from Bloomsbury Spark. I would like to thank Bloomsbury for sending me an eARC in exchange for an honest review. Synopsis from Goodreads: It’s been nine … More Fiction Friday: ‘Review’ Until We End by Frankie Brown.
No review for this week’s Fiction Friday sorry, I’ve been writing like crazy and it hasn’t left me much time to read, so I thought I’d do something fun and tell you all some of the new release/ to be released books I want for my birthday which is later this month. 1. Empower, the … More Fiction Friday: Books I want for my birthday.
Welcome to this week’s Fiction Friday, today I am reviewing the YA dystopian ‘Breathe’ By Sarah Crossan. Synopsis from Goodreads: When oxygen levels plunge in a treeless world, a state lottery decides which lucky few will live inside the Pod. Everyone else will slowly suffocate. Years after the Switch, life inside the Pod has moved … More Fiction Friday: Review ‘Breathe’ by Sarah Crossan.