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Books for February

It’s (barely) the second week of February, and I have done so much re-reading already.  I’m not a massive re-reader (I seem to have grown out of the habit over the years, as my teenage bookshelves are filled with much-loved and dog-eared paperbacks), but I made an exception for two sequels out this month. 1,938 more words

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BOOK REVIEW: Summer Skin by Kirsty Eagar (Review by Sarah McDuling)

Review by Sarah McDuling

Summer Skin really and truly blew me away. I can’t remember the last time I had a reading experience that was so wonderfully surprising! 303 more words

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Meet Kirsty Eagar

Interview by Nicole Melanson ~

Kirsty Eagar is an author and economist. Raised by her mum and grandma under the big skies of Capricornia, she grew up riding horses, went to a small country school where shoes were optional, and was always allowed to read at the dinner table. 1,357 more words

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Rachel's Re-read Challenge Recap: Jan - March (Part 1/4)

I’m so proud of myself for sticking to a book challenge pretty well this year. Except for Feb, I’ve re-read at least one book every month, and I’ve managed to include a trilogy and a 15 book series in that! 845 more words

Rachel's Reviews

Moje austrálske leto

Neviem síce, či môžem moje leto vyhlásiť za austrálske, keď som prečítal len dve knihy od austrálčanoviek a počúval dokola jednu austrálsku pesničku… 876 more words


Review: Night Beach

Night Beach by Kirsty Eagar

Penguin Group Australia, 2012

I borrowed this from the library with zero expectations – or rather, with fairly low expectations – because it looks like the sort of YA paranormal romance that I’d generally turn my nose up at. 642 more words


Night Beach | book review

Title: Night Beach
Author: Kirsty Eagar
Publisher: Penguin Books
Publication Date: April 2012
Rating: 5 stars

There are not many books that leave me draw-droppingly speechless. 727 more words

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