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Gangster School: Gruffles and the Killer Sheep by Kate Wiseman

Gruffles and the Killer Sheep is set in Crumley’s School for Career Criminals. They are Blaggard’s bitter rivals and Milly and Charlie are not exactly keen to go there to attend Crimicon – an annual convention for the most promising young criminals. There are some new characters – Dr B L Zeebub, Crumley’s fiendish head… Continue reading Gangster School: Gruffles and the Killer Sheep by Kate Wiseman

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August TBR

August is an exciting month for reading, I am re-reading and finishing a fantasy series that I am really excited and a little sad to get round to finishing. I am also reading a book that I hopefully going to have me laughing all the way through, as well as a book by an author… Continue reading August TBR

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July Wrap Up

July was an okay reading month for me. I didn't manage to read all the books I had planned on reading but I did manage to read most. All the books I did get round to reading though were really good reads and even a couple of them might make it to my favourite books… Continue reading July Wrap Up

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Lily’s Just Fine by Gill Stewart

Lily couldn't have planned life better herself. She lives in the best house in town and she's dating the most popular boy in school. Everything else she can fix. Mum's apathy? On it! The stuffy gala committee? Watch this space! Tom has enough on his plate without trying to drag Newton St Cuthbert into the… Continue reading Lily’s Just Fine by Gill Stewart

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A Good Girl’s Guide to Murder by Holly Jackson

The case is closed. Five years ago, schoolgirl Andie Bell was murdered by Sal Singh. The police know he did it. Everyone in town knows he did it. But having grown up in the same small town that was consumed by the crime, Pippa Fitz-Amobi isn't so sure. When she chooses the case as the topic… Continue reading A Good Girl’s Guide to Murder by Holly Jackson

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Green Valley by Louis Greenberg

When Lucie Sterling's niece is abducted, she knows it won't be easy to find answers. Stanton is no ordinary city: invasive digital technology has been banned, by public vote. No surveillance state, no shadowy companies holding databases of information on private citizens, no phones tracking their every move. Only one place stays firmly anchored in the… Continue reading Green Valley by Louis Greenberg

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June Wrap Up

June started off really well when it came to reading but towards the end I found myself in a major reading slump and I didn't pick up a book for over a week. I just felt like I wanted to do everything else but read which was really frustrating. Luckily I did manage to read… Continue reading June Wrap Up