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Read a Million Book Review – The Invaders

Read a Million Book Review – The Invaders

Title: The invaders Author: John Flanagan Genre: Fantasy/Adventure Series:  Book 1 The Brotherband Chronicles Available in library:  Yes – Print, eBook The invaders by John Flanagan – Book review by Zander Downie The book, The Invaders, from the brotherband chronicles is about a group of Scandian boys that have been chosen as a group for brotherband … Continue reading

Read a Million Book Reviews

Read a Million Book Reviews

Title: Words in Deep Blue Author: Cath Crowley Genre: Contemporary/Relationships Series: No Available in library:  Yes – Print, eBook Words in deep blue by Cath Crowley – Book Review by Minh Nguyen. A touching story displaying the different types of love – teenage love, lost love, familial love, and friendly love – where, depending on circumstances, can … Continue reading

The Great Reading Challenge Review: Skulduggery Pleasant: Resurrection by Derek Landy

The Great Reading Challenge Review: Skulduggery Pleasant: Resurrection by Derek Landy

Title: Skulduggery Pleasant: Resurrection Author: Derek Landy Genre: Fantasy, adventure Series: Book 10 of the Skulduggery Pleasant Would recommend to: fantasy fans. Available in library?: Yes Available on Wheelers eBook library?: Yes Rating: 4 out of 5 Skulduggery Pleasant: Resurrection reviewed by Benjamin Clarke Skulduggery Pleasant: Resurrection is an enjoyable read that focuses way more on … Continue reading

The Great Reading Challenge Review: No Middle Name: The Complete Collected Jack Reacher Short Stories by Lee Child

The Great Reading Challenge Review: No Middle Name: The Complete Collected Jack Reacher Short Stories by Lee Child

Title: No middle name: The complete collected Jack Reacher short stories Author: Lee Child Genre: Adventure/Thriller Series: Jack Reacher series Available in library?: No No middle name: The complete collected Jack Reacher short stories reviewed by Mrs Kelly. This is a series of short stories by Lee Child.  I am not normally a fan of short stories, … Continue reading