#LOVEOZYA :: It’s Not You, It’s Me :: Gabrielle Williams

Holly Fitzgerald has inexplicably woken up inside the body of an LA teenager called Trinity Byrne in 1980 – trapping Trinity in Holly’s forty-year-old body back in Melbourne, 2020. Mind. Officially. Blown. Holly finds herself navigating a brand-new body, family and cute boy next door – not to mention rock band that might just make […]

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#LOVEOZYA :: Sugar Town Queens :: Malla Nunn

Fifteen-year-old Amandla’s mother has always been strange. For starters, she’s a white woman living in Sugar Town, one of South Africa’s infamous shanty towns. She won’t tell anyone, not even Amandla, about her past. And she has visions, including ones that promise the return of Amandla’s father as if he were a prince in a […]

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#LOVEOZYA :: When Days Tilt :: Karen Ginnane

It’s 1858, and there are two queens on the throne. Victoria reigns over London, the biggest city the world has ever known. But London has a secret shadow city, called Donlon, where another queen, the Green Witch, rules her own domain – time. London is in turmoil. The Thames is at the height of the […]

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Currently Reading :: When Days Tilt :: Karen Ginnane

I started a new book today, and I’m already enjoying it so much that I had to put it down for a sec to tell you about it! When Days Tilt is Karen Ginnane’s debut novel, and the first in her Time Catcher series. It’s historical fiction fantasy for teens and it grabbed me right […]

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#LOVEOZYA :: Rising :: Bronwyn Eley

Aaaaah the eternal dilemma of the book reviewer staring down a review of the final book in a series – how do I do this without spoilers? Rising, the final installment in Bronwyn Eley’s dark #LoveOzYA fantasy series, The Relic Trilogy is out TODAY, and I was lucky enough to get my hands on an […]

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Book Stack :: POST-SWF TBR

I had the most wonderful time at the Sydney Writers’ Festival All Day YA yesterday. A few weeks ago I posted a stack of books by authors I’d be seeing at the festival – thanks to the Aurealis Awards I had read a whole bunch of them, and having listened to the authors discussing their […]

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