#LoveOzYA :: The Deep End :: Jenna Guillaume

It was a new level of loserdom, even for me When Rosie humiliates herself in front of the whole school at the swimming carnival, she vows she’ll never step foot in the water again. Well, until Jake Tran, the best swimmer (and hottest boy) in her year, says he will give her swimming lessons. Against […]

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Review :: Love, In Theory :: Elodie Cheesman

There’s an algorithm for everything else, so why not love? When 24-year-old lawyer Romy learns that she is at her ‘optimal stopping point’ (the mathematically designated point at which one should select the next ‘best person’ who comes along in order to have the best chance at happily ever after), she knows it’s time to […]

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Review :: The Survivors :: Jane Harper

Kieran Elliott’s life changed forever on the day a reckless mistake led to devastating consequences. The guilt that still haunts him resurfaces during a visit with his young family to the small coastal community he once called home. Kieran’s parents are struggling in a town where fortunes are forged by the sea. Between them all […]

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#LOVEOZYA :: You Were Made for Me :: Jenna Guillaume

The day I created a boy started out like any other. Katie didn’t mean to create a boy. A boy like a long-lost Hemsworth brother: six-foot tall with floppy hair and eyes like the sky on a clear summer’s day; whose lips taste like cookie dough and whose skin smells like springtime. A boy who […]

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Review :: The Lost City :: Amanda Hocking

Amanda Hocking’s YA urban fantasy seriesabout the worlds of trolls have been on my radar for quite some time, but so far I have only gotten around to reading Frostfire, which is the first book in the Kanin Chronicles. I have been keen to read some more – because what’s not to love about adventure […]

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Review :: OASIS :: Katya de Becerra

Katya de Becerra’s latest novel, OASIS, is quite unlike anything I’ve read before. It’s young adult sci-fi (or is it fantasy?) with elements of mystery and thriller in it too. Here’s the synopsis (from the Macmillan website) Alif had exciting summer plans: working on her father’s archeological dig site in the desert with four close […]

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