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26 Jun

Godblind by Anna Stephens

Review on BookGeek This dark, gritty and often brutal debut novel in a proposed trilogy starts well, as ......
25 Jun

The Fireman by Joe Hill

Review on BookGeek I thought the idea behind The Fireman was good: a deadly spore spreading across the world ......
24 Jun

Doctor Vanilla’s Sunflowers by Bethany Cadman

Review on BookGeek Deborah has had a tragic time in her life. Her son is dead, her husband ...
23 Jun

The Bedlam Stacks by Natasha Pulley

Review on BookGeek Somewhere in Cornwall during 1859, Merrick feels like he’s getting older and acknowledges he is ......
22 Jun

YA: Thirteen Reasons Why by Jay Asher

Review on BookGeek Ten years after its original release and following its recent screening as a NetFlix series, ......
19 Jun

YA: The Story of a Snail Who Discovered the Importance of Being Slow by Luis Sepúlveda

Review on BookGeek About ten years ago my children and I watched the cartoon The Story of a ...
09 Jun

SECOND OPINION: The Clocks in This House All Tell Different Times by Xan Brooks

Review on BookGeek It is five years since the Great War finished and the country is still shattered. ......
09 Jun

SECOND OPINION: Walkaway by Cory Doctorow

Review on BookGeek In this dystopian novel set maybe 50 years in the future and located in Canada, ...
07 Jun

The Clocks in This House All Tell Different Times by Xan Brooks

Review on BookGeek Set in the 1920s near Epping Forest, this is a quirky and utterly weird telling ...
07 Jun

City of Circles by Jess Richards

Review on BookGeek When Danu Monk is fifteen she watches her parents die. They are victims of a ...
07 Jun

Hidden Doorways by Liah S. Thorley

Review on BookGeek Time travel must be something we have all dreamed about, at sometime or other, wondering ......
02 Jun

The Long and Short of it by Jodi Taylor

Competition on BookGeek Time travel meets History in this explosive bestselling adventure series. The Long and Short of ......
01 Jun

The Memory Cage by Ruth Eastham

Competition on BookGeek No child should have to live through a war. No child should have to see ...
01 Jun

Herman by Trade by Chris W. Kim

Review on BookGeek A humble street cleaner, Herman has a startling secret: at night he transforms into an ......
01 Jun

Empire Games by Charle Stross

Review on BookGeek Seventeen years ago, the Monarch of the New British Empire was overthrown. Since then, power ......
01 Jun

YA: I Have No Secrets by Penny Joelson

Review on BookGeek Penny Joelson’s debut YA novel, I Have No Secrets, is an absolute joy of a ...
29 May

Red Sister by Mark Lawrence

Review on BookGeek The people of Abeth descend from four tribes: the Gerant of great size, the Hunska of ......
26 May

Gather the Daughters by Jennie Melamed

Review on BookGeek Gather the Daughters is told from the viewpoint of four different girls living on an ......
19 May

YA: Out of Heart by Irfan Master

Review on BookGeek This year’s winner of the Wellcome Book Prize, Maylis de Kerangal’s novel Mend the Living, ......
16 May

SECOND OPINION YA: Tree Magic by Harriet Springbett

Review on BookGeek A YA novel with trees, magic and an alternative community ticks quite a few of ...
10 May

The Scarecrow Queen by Melinda Salisbury

Review on BookGeek Having been a big fan of The Sin-Eater’s Daughter, and having enjoyed The Sleeping Prince, ......