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12 Days Of Christmas- The Bookworm

Giving the gift of a good book is one of life’s best pleasures; everyone should read a book, it never hurts to have some knowledge, and it definitely never hurts to get lost in a  good story because goodness knows we need some of that in our lives with the way of the world today. 705 more words


Storm Front-The Bookshelf

One of my fellow honours students raved about the Dresden Files and how it is such a well written series with magic and action. Since we share very similar interests in books, movies and video games I picked the first book in the series… 742 more words


Front Lines-The Bookshelf

I finally got my hands on a copy of Front Lines as I have been waiting to read it for ages after seeing the description. I read some… 837 more words


Illuminae-The Bookshelf

Illuminae by Amie Kaufman and Jay Kristoff is a unique and interesting book that I highly recommend to everyone! The format of the book, characters and storytelling combine to make a gripping and entertaining story about a military cover up, romance and epic space battles.  800 more words


Holding Up The Universe-The Bookshelf

‘All The Bright Places’ was a heartbreaking and beautifully written book that really encouraged me to read more ‘normal’ YA books as opposed to Science Fiction or Fantasy. 841 more words


A Court of Mist and Fury-The Bookshelf

I finally read this book and OMG it was absolutely amazing. The characters, the plot, the romance, the action and the ending were perfectly written and executed. 668 more words


Emma, Jane Austen.

Emma, was first published in 1815 and was the final of Austen’s novels to be released within her lifetime. In her early twenties, Emma is unmarried and resides at Hartfield with her kind, hypochondriac of a father. 1,148 more words