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The Loblolly Boy

ER NOR

Author – James Norcliffe

Age – 9+

Wouldn’t you like to fly? But what if you could never be the same again?

This is a fabulously plotted story, that pieced together effortlessly (not just all tied up quickly at the end) – well deserved NZ Post Children’s book of the year 2010.

(Magic, Family, Home, Flying)

Extending Readers

Book Review: Princess Academy

Shannon Hale

YA Fantasy

Newbery Honor Book

If the title puts you off, don’t let it.

I was expecting such a book to follow more familiar formulas of what defines a YA princess. 850 more words

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The Gathering Storm (Book Review) Book #12 of the Wheel of Time series by Robert Jordan & Brandon Sanderson

The Gathering Storm is the first book to be published after Robert Jordan passing in September of 2007. The series was completed by Brandon Sanderson, a well know fantasy writer in his own right.

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Echoes of Dark Reflections - Part Two

The tower was all wrong. It had been constructed of the same dark crystalline substance that had burnt Lakach’s hands, and shaped all as facets and sharp edges, the surfaces glistening like they had been polished, yet it appeared to be a single, solitary piece of crystal, with no construction to be seen.

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The Chronicles Of The White Bull

Crown of Midnight by Sarah J. Maas

5 / 5 lilies

Crown of Midnight is the best book that I have read so far in 2015. This novel is the sequel to  472 more words

Mystery

Alive Amongst the Dead...Lost Socks Found Inside the Freezer.

So, I have been keeping on with my hundred days of writing outside my comfort zone, or at least mostly outdoors. On the weekend I visited the botanical garden, scouted writing spots to use later on; love the grounds, excited to get started writing there when the weather allows it, which hasn’t lately. 1,542 more words

Fresh Underpants

Review: the Books of Raksura by Martha Wells

I’ve been sitting on this review for the past couple of months, not because I don’t have anything to say but because all I have to say is how much I love this series (I love it so very much). 1,449 more words

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