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BOOK REVIEW: Song of the Current by Sarah Tolcser

ON 22.06.2017

Released 1 July 2017. Published by Bloomsbury Children’s Books. Review by Gemma Corking. Sarah Tolcser’s debut novel Song of the Current sails through the fictional Riverlands on a wherry full of adventure. She docks safely into harbour after a tumultuous, tense and often unknown journey that will leave the sailor within you completely satisfied. We… View Article

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BOOK REVIEW: The Ethan I Was Before by Ali Standish

ON 16.06.2017

Released 29 June 2017 Published by HarperCollins. Review by Andrew Bailes. Ali Standish’s predictable debut coming-of-age novel comes to a bookstore near you June 29th. To understand the conception of Ali Standish’s debut, you first need to recognise her background as a teacher and programme administrator inside the American school system. Born from the author’s… View Article

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BOOK REVIEW: The Ghosts of K2 by Mick Conefrey

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BOOK REVIEW: The Rise and Fall of the Miraculous Vespas by David F. Ross

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