Book Review: Ascenders: High School for the Recently Departed by C.L. Gaber

Despite my earlier reservations about reading a YA novel, Ascenders sucked me in from the very beginning.

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Book Review: Cristina by Jake Parent

I am a sucker for a good thriller. So, when Jake Parent contacted me wondering if I would review his latest work, Cristina, I just couldn’t resist. Cristina Rodriguez is a single mother trying to escape a drug-fuelled past and an abusive ex-husband. After buying the house of her dreams in the seaside town of […]

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Book Review: Interview with the Vampire by Anne Rice

Once upon a time I was a massive vampire lover, from Buffy to Nosferatu back to Bram Stoker’s Dracula. Then I fell massively in love with Twilight. Once I regained my senses and got over the shame of idolizing such a vampire, I decided to redeem myself with Anne Rice’s Interview with the Vampire. I am sure […]

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Book Review: The Rosie Project by Graeme Simsion

Even though it has been available for three years now, I still see plenty of recommendations online for The Rosie Project by Graeme Simsion. Not wanting to be one to miss out on anything, I, of course, nabbed myself a copy. Don Tillman is not your ordinary guy. An extremely intelligent professor of genetics, he […]

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Book Review: How to Fall in Love by Cecelia Ahern

I have a love/hate relationship with Cecelia Ahern. Like most females, I shed a thousand tears at Ps. I Love You (book, for sure. Film, not so much). With one book, she had me absolutely hooked! Then Ahern went down some sort of fantasy path and, while it was very sweet, it really wasn’t what […]

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Book Review: Paper Towns by John Green

After reading The Fault in Our Stars, I was totally convinced that John Green was the best author ever to set foot on this planet. Determined to read everything he has ever written, I started with a copy of Paper Towns. Then, my love for him started to fade. Paper Towns is the story of […]

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