Review :: More Than a Kick :: Tayla Harris

I love footy. I grew up in Victoria, I barracked for the Hawks and was crazy for anything with brown and gold stripes. I obsessed over the games and the stats and the players. I never had a chance to play – it actually never occurred to me that I could! I can honestly say […]

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#loveozya :: Taking Down Evelyn Tait :: Poppy Nwosu

There was a run of absolutely spectacular #loveozya books that came out across late March into April and May, and one of those that I have read – and adored – so far is Poppy Nwosu’s gorgeous contemporary novel Taking Down Evelyn Tait The door creaks open and standing in the entrance is my absolute […]

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#loveozya :: Deep Water :: Sarah Epstein

March and April have been brilliant months for new releases this year (and there are still a few to come before April is done!). One of my most anticipated books for 20202 – Sarah Epstein’s Deep Water was released a week or so ago, and celebrated with an online launch last week. I managed to […]

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#loveozya :: The Vanishing Deep :: Astrid Scholte

After absolutely LOVING Astrid Scholte’s debut novel Four Dead Queens last year (my review is here) her next book was high on my list of most anticipated new releases for 2020. I’m always a tiny bit nervous when I’ve enjoyed a first book so much, but The Vanishing Deep didn’t disappoint! Seventeen-year-old Tempe was born […]

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Review :: Havenfall :: Sara Holland

Today’s review is of Sara Holland’s latest novel HAVENFALL. This is a YA portal fantasy story, which I think is going to be the first half of a duology. For Maddie Morrow, summers at the inn are more than a chance to experience this magic first-hand. Havenfall is an escape from reality, where her mother […]

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