Spine-Tingling Thriller: Ballad For A Mad Girl By Vikki Wakefield #aww2017

Release Date: 29th May 2017. Publisher: Text Publishing Australia. Source: From publisher in exchange for a honest review.  Cover Rating: Has me intrigued.    Synopsis from Goodreads: EVERYONE knows seventeen-year-old Grace Foley is a bit mad. She’s a prankster and a risk-taker, and she’s not afraid of anything—except losing. As part of the long-running feud between two local schools … More Spine-Tingling Thriller: Ballad For A Mad Girl By Vikki Wakefield #aww2017

List Review #2: Night Swimming By Steph Bowe #aww2017

Release Date: April 2017 Publisher: Text Publishing Australia. Source: From publisher in exchange for an honest review. Cover Rating: Adorable.   Synopsis from Goodreads:  Steph Bowe is back. Night Swimming is a love story with a twist, and a whole lot of heart. Imagine being the only two seventeen-year-olds in a small town. That’s life for … More List Review #2: Night Swimming By Steph Bowe #aww2017

When Friendship Followed Me Home (And Tore Out My Heart!) By Paul Griffin.

Release Date: 27th June 2016 Publisher: Text Publishing (Australia.) Source: From publisher in exchange for an honest review.    Synopsis: A boy’s chance encounter with a scruffy dog leads to an unforgettable friendship in this deeply moving story about life, loss and the meaning of family. Ben Coffin has never felt like he fits in. A former foster … More When Friendship Followed Me Home (And Tore Out My Heart!) By Paul Griffin.

An Incredible Read: The Road To Winter By Mark Smith.

Release Date: June 27th 2016. Publisher:Text Publishing Australia.  Source: From publisher in exchange for an honest review.    Synopsis from Goodreads: Pitched as Tomorrow When the War Began for a new generation. The Road To Winter tells the story of Finn Morrison, a sixteen year old boy surviving – with only his dog, Rowdy, for company – … More An Incredible Read: The Road To Winter By Mark Smith.

Review: We Are The Rebels By Clare Wright #aww2015

Publisher: Text Pulishing Release Date: 19th August 2015. Source: from publisher in exchange for honest review. Synopsis: The Forgotten Rebels of Eureka is the most talked-about work of Australian history in recent years. Now here is Clare Wright’s groundbreaking, award-winning study of the women who made the rebellion in an abridged edition for teenage readers. … More Review: We Are The Rebels By Clare Wright #aww2015

Review: Burn By Paula Weston (The awesomeness comes to an end) #aww2015

Release Date: 24th June 2014 Publisher: Text Publishing Australia. Source: From publisher in exchange for an honest review. Synopsis from Goodreads: The final book in The Rephaim series. Gaby remembers everything. For a year she believed she was a backpacker chilling out in Pandanus Beach. Working at the library. Getting over the accident that killed … More Review: Burn By Paula Weston (The awesomeness comes to an end) #aww2015

Review: The House of Puzzles By Richard Newsome.

Release Date: August 27th 2014. Publisher: Text Publishing (Australia) Source: From publisher in exchange for an honest review. Synopsis from Goodreads: A mysterious coded message. A search for a fabled perpetual motion machine. A terrifying horse ride. And a night in the exclusive Billionaires’ Club House of Puzzles. If Gerald thought his term in a … More Review: The House of Puzzles By Richard Newsome.

Review: The Crystal Code by Richard Newsome.

Publisher: Text Publishing. Release Date: September 2012. Source: From publisher in exchange for an honest review. Synopsis from Goodreads: It’s nearly Christmas. Gerald, Ruby and Sam are meeting up with Alisha and Gerald’s Australian school friend Ox for two weeks of snowboarding in the mountains of California. It’s a dream vacation for the world’s youngest … More Review: The Crystal Code by Richard Newsome.

Review: The Emerald Casket by Richard Newsome.

Release Date: 28th June 2010. Publisher: Text Publishing Australia. Source: Purchased. Synopsis from Text Publishing website: What do you do when you’re a billionaire, you’re thirteen and you’ve just discovered your family tree goes back a thousand years to a pact made by three brothers to carry three caskets to three secret locations and to … More Review: The Emerald Casket by Richard Newsome.