Firstly, I would like to begin this review by thanking everyone who has followed and supported this blog over its six short months of existence. This post marks my 50th review on this site and come…
It’s my 50th review! Yay! Thanks to everyone who’s supported my blog over its first six months of life! Today I’m looking at The Fault in Our Stars by John Green - click on the link to check it out.
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This novel was kindly provided to me by the author in exchange for an honest review, and I can honestly say that it was not the story for me. I’ve used this disclaimer before, but I think it’s time…
My review of Siege of Providence by Michael Kaiser is now up on the blog. You can read it by clicking on the link above.
Next time on Arkham Reviews I will be looking at an incredibly popular novel in order to celebrate my 50th review - The Fault in our Stars by John Green
Please note that this review may contain spoilers for its prequel, Gone. You can read my review of this novel [here]. Although there are currently a lot of young adult dystopian novels on the marke…
My review of Michael Grant’s Hunger is now up on Arkham Reviews. Click on the link about to check it out.
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The End of You and Me was first published in 2014 and is the debut novel of Wendi M Lee. The novel is a contemporary coming-of-age tale that focuses on the relationship between two teenagers as the…
My review of The End of You and Me by Wendi M Lee is now up on the blog. Click on the link if you want to check it out.
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I already took a look at the work of Anthony Horowitz a few months ago when I reviewed The Falcon’s Malteser but today I’ve decided to focus on what is arguably his most popular series. The Alex Ri…
My latest review - Stormbreaker by Anthony Horowitz - is now up on the blog. And it sure was a lot of fun. If you want to read it, click on the link.
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Tru Luup: Vintage Fashion Girl, Mystery Slayer was first published in 2014 and is the debut novel of Ellie Lawrence. It is a contemporary fiction which follows a teenager with an eye for fashion as…
I’ve just posted my latest review - Ellie Lawrence’s Tru Luup: Vintage Fashion Girl, Mystery Slayer - on the blog. Click the link above if you’d like to read it.
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Please note that this review may contain spoilers for its prequel, Twilight. You can read my review of this novel [here]. Unless you’ve been living in a cave for the last nine years, I expect you’v…
My review of New Moon by Stephanie Meyer is now up on the blog. Click on the link above to check it out.
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This review is brought to you as part of the Virtual Book Tour for Adventures with Ragweed: A Collection of Whimsical Tales, hosted by Sage’s Blog Tours. This review is likely to be slightly shorte…
In association with Sage’s Blog Tours, I’m proud to host a review of Adventures with Ragweed by Linda Lou Crosby. Click the link to check it out.
Hi! So I’m pretty much at 200 followers so I figured I would just post this now, this is my first giveaway (obviously) and it’s to celebrate my lovely followers and this community. c:
- This giveaway will feature two winners chosen at random and each winner will receive two books of their choice! It does not have to be one of the options shown above.
- You must be following me to be eligible and I will be checking.
- This giveaway is international because of Book Depository, but if they for some reason don’t ship to your country I will try and find a way to get you your books.
- You may reblog this post 5 times and like it for a total entry of 6.
- Giveaway ends August 31st at midnight MST and I will be choosing the winners either September 1st or 2nd depending on how many notes this gets.
- If you have any questions, feel free to direct them to me here. :)
Good luck everyone!! :)
Dunnard’s Pearl: What to Do with the World When You Can’t Get Off is the debut novel of Mike Williamson. It was first published in 2013 and provides a satirical critique of big business and the att…
Apologies for the delay in my review of Dunnard’s Pearl by Mike Williamson but I’ve been really busy packing for my move. I should be back on form after the weekend!
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