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Book #59: The Death Cure, by James Dashner

I must say, I was a bit disappointed by the conclusion of The Maze Runner trilogy. Both the second and third novels in the series were a bit more confusing and befuddled than the first, and I found myself left with a few more questions than answers in the final pages of The Death Cure. 115 more words



Hopeless (Hopeless 1) by Colleen Hoover: Another YA book, this time I made sure not to read part 2. Interesting characters and story, the perfect beach read. 250 more words


Guilty Reread-a-thon: a return to Point Horror

When I was a tiny, little thing, not long having entered the five-year soul crushing machine that was secondary school, I discovered the school library. I hadn’t avoided it for any particular reason, I just kept my lunchtimes outside. 693 more words


Review: The Book Thief by Markus Zusak

It’s just a small story really, about, among other things, a girl, some words, an accordionist, some fanatical Germans, a Jewish fist-fighter, and quite a lot of thievery. 387 more words


When exactly are you a "success"?

I’ve been reflecting a lot lately on what it would take for me to consider myself a success. It could be the less than overwhelming response to my last book or the approach of a large numbered birthday, but there has been an unusual amount of navel gazing. 474 more words


Review: Soft Target, by Iain Rob Wright

About Soft Target

– From UK’s Top Selling Horror & Thriller Author, Iain Rob Wright

When a quaint village in the United Kingdom is stuck by a suicide bomber, the once proud nation is brought to its knees with grief. 1,051 more words