Book Review

Book Review: Wing Jones by Katherine Webber

Published 5th January 2017 by Walker Books. Goodreads Synopsis: With a grandmother from China and another from Ghana, fifteen-year-old Wing Jones is often caught between worlds. But when tragedy strikes, Wing discovers a talent for running she never knew she had. Wing’s speed could bring her family everything it needs. It could also stop Wing getting… Continue reading Book Review: Wing Jones by Katherine Webber

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Book Review: The Deviants by CJ Skuse

Published 22nd September 2016 by Mira INK. Goodreads Synopsis: the fearless five – Ella, Max, Corey, Fallon and Zane – were always inseparable. Living up to their nickname, they were the adventurous, rowdy kids who lived for ghost stories and exploring the nearby islands off the coast. But when Max’s beloved older sister Jessica is killed,… Continue reading Book Review: The Deviants by CJ Skuse

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Book Review: Time for Jas by Natasha Farrant

Related Posts: Book Review: After Iris |  Book Review: All About Pumpkin Published 18th August 2016 by Faber and Faber. Goodreads Synopsis: Bluebell and her siblings are beginning a new school year. Suddenly everyone is freaking out. Twig has taken up violent team sports, poor Jas is being bullied by the ghastly Cupcake Crew and Blue… Continue reading Book Review: Time for Jas by Natasha Farrant

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Book Review: Wonderboy by Nicole Burstein

Published August 2016 by Andersen Press. Goodreads Synopsis: A funny and frank superhero story set in the world of Othergirl. Joseph ‘Wilco’ Wilkes is one of life’s loser’s – he’s picked on, pushed around, and bullied by the rugby boys at the posh private school he attends on a scholarship. But his life is about to… Continue reading Book Review: Wonderboy by Nicole Burstein

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Book Review and Film Discussion: The Drowning of Arthur Braxton

Today’s post isn’t a conventional review! I was kindly sent a copy of Arthur Braxton, a book I have wanted to read for months, and given that the movie adaptation is out soon (and that this new edition of the book has just published), I thought I would make this review a part-discussion, too! I’ve been a… Continue reading Book Review and Film Discussion: The Drowning of Arthur Braxton

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STORIES FROM THE EDGE Blog Tour: Guest Post from Keren David

I am sosososo ridiculously excited to be welcoming Keren David to The Bibliomaniac today, author of one of my favourite reads of last year. David is one of the eight Edge Authors on the blog of the same name. These fantastic writing talents have just released an anthology of short stories – STORIES FROM THE… Continue reading STORIES FROM THE EDGE Blog Tour: Guest Post from Keren David