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BOOK REVIEW: The Glow of Fallen Stars by Kate Ling

ON 10.11.2017

  Published by Hachette Out Now Review by Anna King Today’s young adult fiction relies heavily on the creation and explanation of worlds completely alien to our own. While Kate Ling’s first novel, The Loneliness of Distant Beings, was no exception – introducing readers to the nightmarishly controlled ship Ventura – her follow-up, The Glow of… View Article

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POETRY REVIEW: Now You Can Look by Julia Bird

ON 24.10.2017

    Out Now Published by The Emma Press Review by Amelia Davis   I was so excited when I tore open the parcel and the thin square of glossy paper with the yellow kimono on the front slid out. I headed straight for the blurb and was immediately hooked: “Third time reading, find the point… View Article

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BOOK REVIEW: The Glow of Fallen Stars by Kate Ling

POETRY REVIEW: Now You Can Look by Julia Bird

BOOK REVIEW: The Secret Cooking Club: Confetti and Cake by Laurel Remington

BOOK REVIEW: Bring Me the Head of Ivy Pocket by Caleb Krisp

BOOK REVIEW: Witch Born by Nicholas Bowling

BOOK REVIEW: The Starman and Me by Sharon Cohen

BOOK REVIEW: Songs About Us by Chris Russell

BOOK REVIEW: Running on the Roof of the World by Jess Butterworth

BOOK REVIEW: Tender Earth by Sita Brahmachari

BOOK REVIEW: Indigo Donut by Patrice Lawrence

BOOK REVIEW: Freshers by Tom Ellen and Lucy Ivison


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