Tag Archives: Megan Crewe

Review: Risuko by David Kudler

I didn’t want to leave this world! About the book: My name is Kano Murasaki, but most people call me Risuko. Squirrel. I am from Serenity Province, though I was not born there. My nation has been at war for … Continue reading

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OLD YEAR/NEW YEAR: Katy Haye

2016 is receding into the distance and 2017 is looming. It’s Katy Haye’s turn to take a look back and forwards at her bookish years. What was your top read of this year? Oh, so hard to say. But, if you lean … Continue reading

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Giveaway Klaxon: CrazYAboutbooks

If you’re reading the Paisley Piranha blog, you must be crazy about YA books the same as us. Here’s a chance to win some YA books that have been signed by the author, and (EVEN better) – you can get your hands on … Continue reading

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My Top 10: Special Snowflakes

I love a good “special snowflake” story (if you haven’t come across the term before, it means the hero or heroine who is the only one who can… Save the world/Find the treasure/Bring peace/Wield the magical sword/Defeat the bloodthirsty enemy). … Continue reading

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Tuesday Interview: Megan Crewe

Hello, Megan, and welcome to the Paisley Piranha’s aquarium. Make yourself at home. Don’t stick your fingers in the tank, we’re not sure how well trained the piranhas are. A big thank you for coming. A Mortal Song looks GORGEOUS … Continue reading

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A Mortal Song by Megan Crewe

Gloriously imaginative! Description from Goodreads: Sora’s life was full of magic–until she discovered it was all a lie. Heir to Mt. Fuji’s spirit kingdom, Sora yearns to finally take on the sacred kami duties. But just as she confronts her … Continue reading

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