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“Magnus Chase and the Sword of Summer” by Rick Riordan

I’m going to be completely honest. If I hadn’t won this book at a Penguin YA event that I attended at the Brisbane City Library late last year, I would never have picked it up. I don’t know why. For … Continue reading

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“Simon Vs The Homo Sapiens Agenda” by Becky Albertalli

This is officially the seventh book that I have read this year. Which also makes it the seventh book I’ve read this month. Not bad for a girl who can usually only manage one book per week. I think I … Continue reading

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“Welcome to Night Vale” by Joseph Fink and Jeffrey Cranor

Honest to God, I don’t think I have ever read a book that is weirder than this one. And I have read Kurt Vonnegut. As well as a book called The Thirteen and A Half Lives of Captain Bluebear which had … Continue reading

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“Doughnut” by Tom Holt

As a rule, the books I read aren’t funny. They have funny moments, but I wouldn’t describe any of them as comedic. This isn’t by design, the plots of the books I tend to choose just don’t lend themselves to … Continue reading

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