Category Archives: thriller

Review: This Lie Will Kill You by Chelsea Pitcher

About the book: Tell the truth. Or face the consequences. One year ago, there was a party. At the party, someone died. Five teens all played a part and up until now, no one has told the truth. But tonight, … Continue reading

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Review: Alizarin Crimson by Erica Millard

About the book: Van Gogh’s madness has found her. While attending a prestigious summer art school in New York City, seventeen-year-old Aya’s red paint attacks her skin, tattoos her, and enables her to manipulate the color red. The red takes … Continue reading

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Review: Forgotten by Krista Street

About the book: Forgotten memories. Supernatural abilities. Mysterious tattoos. Four months ago, Lena woke up in a dark alleyway with no recollection of who she is. The only clues to her past are a mysterious tattooed symbol and a supernatural … Continue reading

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Series Review: Fallen World series by Megan Crewe

The Way We Fall (Book 1) About the book: It starts with an itch you just can’t shake. Then comes a fever and a tickle in your throat. A few days later, you’ll be blabbing your secrets and chatting with … Continue reading

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Review: Connected by Kat Stiles

Anyone following my reviews with a keen eye (hi, mum!) may be expecting a review of a book beginning with “J” this week, as part of my alphabet challenge. Well, that book was Jane Eyre. It is so unutterably awful … Continue reading

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Review: Among Wolves by R A Hakok

“Gripping, pulse-raising action” About the book: Gabriel remembers the Last Day. He and Mags had been on a tour of the White House with the rest of Miss Kimble’s first-graders when it happened. They fled with the President to a … Continue reading

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On tour: A Criminal Magic

Spectacular! The Paisley Piranhas are delighted to join the tour for Lee Kelly’s A Criminal Magic. Read on for more about the book, and Katy Haye’s review. About the book: Magic is powerful, dangerous and addictive – and after passage … Continue reading

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