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#23 “Goose” by Dawn O’Porter

Goose – Dawn O’Porter Murder in Mississippi – John Safran Elianne – Judy Nunn Divergent – Veronica Roth Insurgent – Veronica Roth Allegiant – Veronica Roth The Messenger – Markus Zusak Fragile Things – Neil Gaiman The Mammoth Book of Angels and Demons NOS4R2 – Joe Hill Hades – Candice … Continue reading

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My Darling Escape: Part Two

My second day in Sydney started more abruptly than I was really prepared for. After getting to sleep at about 3.30AM, I woke up at about 9.30AM to the question “So, Bec, did you want to go to Bondi today? … Continue reading

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You’ve Got a Friend in Me

Have you ever stopped to think about how you met all of the friends in your life? People who you talk to everyday; have you ever stopped to remember how you got to know them in the first place? It’s … Continue reading

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“The Fault In Our Stars” by John Green

I am so suspicious of new authors. I mean, all authors are new until you try them, but I got burnt not too long ago, so it’s taken me a while to try some new writers. Lauren Oliver promised me … Continue reading

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“Teeth” by Hannah Moskowitz

I am writing this as I wait for a 9.15 bus to get me to town at 10.25 for my 12 o’clock shift. For those of you living in cities and complaining about public transport…just don’t, OK? OK. The fact … Continue reading

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“A Study in Scarlet” by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle

 The very first Sherlock Holmes story. Our first glimpse into the great detective, his best friend Dr. John Watson, and their unbelievable antics. How do you even begin to talk about it? If not for this book, we would never … Continue reading

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The S.S. Johnlock

Of the many, many ships docked at the BBC marina, the S.S. Johnlock is by far the most complicated. Well in my mind, anyway. Maybe that’s why I end up sitting by myself in the corner, alone, while everyone else … Continue reading

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Leaving home…

WARNING: SAPPY AND SENTIMENTAL I left home three years ago. “Refreshed” after twelve months free of school or study (I worked full-time), I jettisoned off to Brisbane after a phone call from a friend offering me a job. I had … Continue reading

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