2015 in Reviews

This year I have tried to mix up my reading, as I am currently writing books in two genres, YA and MG. There has been a definite increase in my reading of YA and Contemporary books, but I have endeavoured to read a good selection of MG as well. Each of the books listed below … Continue reading 2015 in Reviews

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Elizabeth’s Legacy (Royal Institute of Magic #1) | Victor Kloss | MG/YA | Book Review 

ELIZABETH'S LEGACY (Royal Institute of Magic #1) by Victor Kloss  Kindle edition Purchased from Amazon Two years ago, Ben Greenwood's parents walked out the door and never returned. The police have all but given up finding them when Ben stumbles upon a peculiar letter addressed to his dad. “You are the most wanted man in the … Continue reading Elizabeth’s Legacy (Royal Institute of Magic #1) | Victor Kloss | MG/YA | Book Review 

The Camelot Kids (Parts 3 & 4) | Ben Zackheim | MG | Book Review 

THE CAMELOT KIDS (PART 3) by Ben Zackheim Kindle edition purchased from Amazon In The Camelot Kids: Part Two Simon Sharp was accused of murder by the heir to King Arthur's throne. But that's the least of his worries. The Camelot Kids: Part Three is where things get complicated. When a stranger sells Simon some … Continue reading The Camelot Kids (Parts 3 & 4) | Ben Zackheim | MG | Book Review 

2014 in Reviews

When I created my site I never planned to review books. There are plenty of amazing people around who have greater reviewing talent than me. But, as time passed I found that I wanted to share my thoughts and hopefully gain some followers who would be interested in what I had to say. Now, with … Continue reading 2014 in Reviews

Daisy Cooper and the Sisters of the Black Night (Daisy Cooper 1) | Robert Dee | MG | Book Review

DAISY COOPER AND THE SISTERS OF THE BLACK NIGHT (DAISY COOPER 1) by Robert Dee ★★★★ Kindle edition purchased from Amazon When you're twelve years old and want to travel the world as a reporter for International Schoolgirl magazine you'd better be able to prove you can find a good story at home first. Budding … Continue reading Daisy Cooper and the Sisters of the Black Night (Daisy Cooper 1) | Robert Dee | MG | Book Review

The BookElves Anthology (Vol 1) + a great giveaway

A group of crafty authors that I have had the pleasure of meeting in the virtual world have decided to band together to showcase their talents in an anthology of holiday themed short stories. It's sure to be a treat for readers. Seven stories, seven situations threatening the festivities. Will the holidays be a disaster? Will … Continue reading The BookElves Anthology (Vol 1) + a great giveaway

The Camelot Kids (Part 2) | Ben Zackheim | MG | Book Review

THE CAMELOT KIDS (PART 2) by Ben Zackheim  ★★★★★ Kindle edition purchased from Amazon Simon Sharp just got kidnapped by a troll on the shore of Scotland's Loch Duich. But before he can get his head around that incredible fact, he's saved by a 7-foot tall elderly man who calls himself Merlin. It's hard to … Continue reading The Camelot Kids (Part 2) | Ben Zackheim | MG | Book Review

MG Double Vision Series | F.T. Bradley

The Double Vision series grabbed my attention the first time I saw the  cover, then when I read the blurb it had me, so I added it to my ever  growing TBR list. Finally, after lingering at the edge of my mind I looked  into grabbing a copy. Unfortunately, the ebook wasn't available to me in Australia … Continue reading MG Double Vision Series | F.T. Bradley

The Camelot Kids (Part 1) | Ben Zackheim | MG | Book Review

THE CAMELOT KIDS (PART 1) by Ben Zackheim  ★★★★★ Kindle edition purchased from Amazon If you ask Simon Sharp how his parents died, the 14-year-old New Yorker will tell you King Arthur killed them. Obsessed with Camelot, the two scholars perished in a plane crash en route to an archaeological dig in England. Simon spends two … Continue reading The Camelot Kids (Part 1) | Ben Zackheim | MG | Book Review

MG Book Review | Double Vision | F.T. Bradley

DOUBLE VISION (Double Vision 1) By F.T. Bradley    ★★★★★ Paperback edition Fans of 39 Clues and Artemis Fowl will enjoy the fun, fresh thrill ride through this humorous, action-packed adventure from debut author F. T. Bradley. In the trilogy opener, twelve-year-old Lincoln Baker finds himself in a world of trouble! First, Linc’s seemingly harmless prank on … Continue reading MG Book Review | Double Vision | F.T. Bradley