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When Souls Tear

A thrilling fight between following destiny and defining fate. All the things that tie everything together, and everything that tears them apart. The novel brings ideas of trauma and connection, of life and what lies after, and in between. The tension is hidden, under a blanket of mystery and forgotten tales of family. Lies among …

The Break

Thisis a very good book about a young boy named Taj whose fatherisin prison after he was arrestedforsmuggling drugs and now Taj isleftin Bali with wonderfulsurf outside his house.Whatcould bebetterright?Well, as Tajtriesto get hisfather out of prison he makessome risky choices, dangerousdecisionsthatcould ruin everything for hisfather. Taj learns a lot about hisfamily, friends andgirlfriend whilst …

What We All Saw

This is a very good book, I really liked the suspense. Something that felt quite different was how the mythical beings were portrayed; it was a way I had never seen before. This book is very spooky and I don’t like horror very much but the way this was portrayed was quite nice. I like …

Seven Days.

Seven Days by Fleur Ferris was so good! The book included so many awesome plot twists and some parts completely baffled me. The main characters, Ben and Josh, found their great grandfather’s diary and discovered that he was a thief and the true reason of the century old Parker – Rhinestone family feud. It’s interesting …

Rockstar Detectives.

When Charley and George go on a European tour they become the chief suspects of the missing artefacts and paintings. Accordingly, they must substantiate to not only the police however also the world, by finding out the true criminal, whom has been framing the rockstars and reclaim their innocence. The pair must uncover the truth …

Windows.

A relationship in this book that stood out for me was the fact that the illustrations drawn by Jonathan Bentley conveyed more meaning to the text than the words did in my point of view. The basic idea of bringing a very simple yet powerful topic, and then adding a moral to it at the …

Cheeky dogs: to Lake Nash and back

‘Cheeky Dogs to Lake Nash and Back’, is a great book.  Both authors Dion Beasley and Johnanna Bell did an outstanding job. It showed different parts of Dion’s life and love for dogs, despite of what they did to him. In this book it shows that Dion grew up in Tennant Creek and had a …

The Blood Traitor.

The final of the Prison Healer trilogy, ‘The Blood Traitor’ was mind-blowing.Filled with emotion, regret, sadness, happiness, and love, so much love.We saw Kiva and her friends dealing with real world problems, and beingan inspiration to the people in her story, but the readers too. This myfavourite book in the series, and I loved getting …

The Gilded Cage

The second book in the Prison Healer trilogy was all I’d hoped it to be. Itwas funny and entertaining, with emotional twists and turns, it had mecrying, laughing, and being angry with the characters throughout the entirestory. From Kiva’s perspective we got to learn more about Jaren, and metmany amazing characters, (including one of my …

Cop and Robber

Can you imagine living in a family with a mum who is a cop and a dad who is a robber? This is what this book is about! The book Cop & Robber is amazing because of the action plus the hardships of being in a family that includes a cop and a robber. In …