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BOOK REVIEW: The Song from Somewhere Else by A. F. Harrold

ON 31.01.2018

Out now Review by Sophia Ayub  A tale of the unlikely bonds of friendship set in an eerie, mystical world beyond ours, The Songs from Somewhere Else is a heartfelt and adventurous read. Fran is an ordinary young girl, facing the same struggle many young people face during the summer holidays: the battle against boredom. With… View Article

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BOOK REVIEW: The Secret Box by Daina Tabuna

ON 25.01.2018

Out now Review by Marie Humble   There are many reasons we choose to read. Sometimes it’s for escapism, a chance to delve into other worlds that distract us from a less extravagant reality. Other times it’s for education, to build on our knowledge so we can see things from all perspectives. I decided to pick… View Article

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