Month: August 2018

Book Review. One of Us by Craig DeLouie


Book Review One Of Us Craig Delouie Trigger warnings for anyone who wants to read this book. Mentions of rape, sexual assault, violence, suicide, torture, racial hatred and child abuse. In the 1960s the sexual revolution led to a mutated STD which resulted in children with severe genetic mutations. Known as the ‘plague children’ and […]

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Book Review. Roam by C. H. Armstrong and No Fixed Address by Susin Nielsen


Bookreviews- Roam by C H Armstrong and No Fixed Address by Susin Nielsen   Quite by coincidence I happened to read two books which dealt with the subject of becoming homeless one after another. They both had a different take and very diverse feel to them. Roam was from the point of view of a […]

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Book Review. All Rights Reserved by Gregory Scott Katsoulis


All Rights Reserved by Gregory Scott Katsoulis     Book: All Rights reserved Author: Gregory Scott Katsoulis Cover: Very eye-catching with its bright green colour and shadowed figure with the copyrighted words behind them. It’s definitely one that draws your attention. Synopsis: Speth lives in a world where, from the moment she turns fifteen, every […]

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