Username Regenerated by Joe Sugg |

Username: Regenerated by Joe Sugg | Graphic Novel Review

Joe Sugg’s second graphic novel, Username: Regenerated is another step up from his first. It has the same great set of characters, with added depth and a fast paced storyline. It takes place a little while after the first and goes from there, with Evie having a slightly older look. The art is so well

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The Memory Book by Lisa Avery Book Review |

The Memory Book by Lara Avery | Book Review

The Memory Book is the story of a girl diagnosed with Niemann-Pick, a disease that among other things, will take her memory from her. To remember, Sam types out her story on her laptop. It is an emotional tale of love, illness, friendship and daring to do what you want. Lisa Avery really captured the essence

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Black Water Lilies Book Review |

Black Water Lilies by Michel Bussi | Book Review

Black Water Lilies begins with a murder and ends with another. The story that unfolds between is one of mystery, intrigue, romance and treachery. I loved the small village aspect of this book, that there wasn’t too many people to keep track of. When you are second guessing everyone, it’s a little harder to keep everyone

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Cookbook and Book Haul |

Cookbook + Book Haul

I walked into The Warehouse over the weekend on the hunt for photo frames and ending up seeing their book sale. Normally I look at those stacks and see nothing I like, because they are obscure books that no one wanted, or are quite badly damaged. This time around though, I spotted The Rest of Us

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Every Exquisite Thing by Matthew Quick | Book Review |

Every Exquisite Thing by Matthew Quick | Book Review

Every Exquisite Thing follows Nanette, a teen who feels like she is separated from the rest of her schoolmates. Her teacher gives her a book, and she makes contact with the author. I really enjoyed this novel. I think the best way to explain this book is that it was eloquent. It weaves a tale

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The 1000 Dot to Dot Wonders of the World | Book Review

In a society where everyone is always moving and doing something, we need something to force us to stop, step away from technology and do something fun and creative. New Zealand artist, Thomas Pavitte, has been making amazing dot to dot art for years and his books have made waves around the world. His latest

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