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BOOK REVIEW: Sometimes A River Song by Avril Joy

ON 14.08.2017

Out Now Published by Linen Press. Review by Anna King. America’s history is one of the most volatile, violent and undeniably fascinating recorded. So to write a novel skilfully adapted to mix fiction with such history is an impressive and rare feat, especially in young adult literature. Avril Joy, however, does just this with ease… View Article

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BOOK REVIEW: The True Colour of Forever by Carrie Firestone

ON 11.08.2017

Out Now Published by Hodder Children’s Books. Review by Elizabeth Gibson. I was new to Carrie Firestone’s books and began The True Colour of Forever with some curiosity. The premise of a girl becoming YouTube-famous is very topical to our generation. However, the blurb on my edition of the novel is misleading – Sadie does… View Article

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