Review: The Step-by-Step Drawing Book for Kids

          Synopsis: PERFECT GIFT FOR KIDS AND BEGINNERS! Peanut Prodigy’s Step-by-Step Drawing Book for Kids is a fun way for your child to learn to draw and enhance motor skills! Each illustration page is equipped with two different pictures that are numbered with a blank corresponding page to begin practicing! Our book includes

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The Testament Of Loki by Joanne M. Harris (Review)

17.05.2018 / Gollancz / Fantasy/Mythology / Hardback / 304pp / 978-1473202399 Target Audience: Readers who love Norse Mythology, especially the story of Loki The Trickster God, and modern meets archaic narratives.  About The Testament Of Loki Ragnarok was the End of Worlds. Asgard fell, centuries ago, and the old gods have been defeated. Some are dead,……

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Review: Drama Fraternity by Joe Cosentino

Synopsis: Theatre professor Nicky Abbondanza is directing Tight End Scream Queen, a slasher movie filmed at Treemeadow College’s football fraternity house, co-starring his husband and theatre professor colleague, Noah Oliver. When young hunky cast members begin fading out with their scenes, Nicky and Noah will once again need to use their drama skills to figure

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Extracted (Trilogy) by RR Haywood

Action-heavy time-travel thriller set in Britain. A young genius invents a time machine then realises he’s inadvertently changed the future: London is set to be destroyed. Oh no. So he goes back in time to stop his father’s suicide and hands the problem over to Dad. Who naturally decides to collect three suitably heroic British

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Book Review: A Shadow Bright and Burning by Jessica Cluess (DNF/5)

YA Fiction, Fantasy DNF. I tried hard to like the book between the behind the beautiful cover, but it failed. The blurb on the front claims that A Shadow Bright and Burning has “vivid characters, terrifying monsters, and world building as deep and dark as the ocean.” I disagree with the entire statement. The character

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Friday Flashback!

This review appeared earlier. Four Queens: The Provencal Sisters Who Ruled Europe by Nancy Goldstone Themes: royalty, family, ambition, religion, commerce, politics, love Setting: 13th century EuropeGreat story about four wealthy and powerful sisters who changed the fate of Europe. They were the beautiful and charming daughters of the Count of Provence, Raymond Berengar V, and

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Review: My Razzle Dazzle: A Coming-Out Story by Tim Patten

Synopsis: Tim Patten has experienced a life journey like no other and survived to tell the tale. With equal parts pathos, humor, and heart, My Razzle-Dazzle recounts this singular yet universal story of how a quintessential American outsider came of age along with an entire generation. You will live his story as if it were

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The Rage of Dragons by Evan Winter

A young man dedicates himself to avenging his father’s death, though he may lose his humanity in the process. The story suffers from an overdose of Capitalized Words, many rather similar, which is slightly off-putting. However, it’s worth persevering. The central character’s single-minded quest is engaging and the world-building has points of interest. In practice

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