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BOOK REVIEW: The Boy Who Went Magic by A.P. Winter

ON 15.08.2017

Out Now Published by Chicken House Books. Review by Miriam Atkinson. From princes and pirates to airships and forbidden magic, The Boy Who Went Magic can only be described as a rip-roaring adventure that wonderfully balances actions scenes and perilous moments with heart-felt character-centric relationships and interactions. The story follows Bert – an orphan boy… View Article

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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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FILM REVIEW: National Theatre Live – Angels in America: Perestroika @ Tyneside Cinema

MUSIC REVIEW: Jesca Hoop and Worry Dolls @ Sage Gateshead

THEATRE REVIEW: Dynamic Yunnan @ Yunnan Art Theatre in Kunming, China

BOOK REVIEW: The Names They Gave Us by Emery Lord

BOOK REVIEW: The Emma Press: Anthology of Aunts (Collection)

FILM REVIEW: Dunkirk @ Tyneside Cinema

FILM REVIEW: National Theatre Live – Angels in America: Millenium Approaches @ Tyneside Cinema

SINGLE REVIEW: The Man by The Killers

FEATURE: A Few Hours in Hong Kong

ALBUM REVIEW: What Do You Think About The Car? by Declan McKenna

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