Bone Crier’s Moon

I dare you to read Bone Crier’s Moon and not be immediately obsessed. Having got a special signed edition with my latest OwlCrate, I put Bone Crier’s Moon (by Kathryn Purdie) right on top of my TBR pile and was glued to the fantasy world of the Lurress. The Plot in a Nutshell Sabine and […]

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The Selection (Books 1, 2 & 3) – Kiera Cass

The Selection, The Elite & The One: A Review Reality TV in a dystopian future where one girl gets the chance to change her life. Plot Basis American Singer is a 6. Her whole family are 6s. The boy she loves, Aspen, is a 7, and when you consider that 8 is the lowest you […]

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The List – Siobhan Vivian

Siobhan Vivian: A Review A gripping read for any girl who has ever felt ugly, pretty or even ordinary. So I guess that’s everyone. Quick Synopsis Each year, a few weeks after the start of term, the girls of Mount Washington High know they will face one thing: the List. Written by an anonymous author, […]

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The Unbecoming of Mara Dyer – Michelle Hodkin

The Unbecoming of Mara Dyer: A Review Cassandra Clare’s review ‘haunting and dreamlike’ should perhaps read instead ‘slightly confusing but still a page turner.’ Quick Synopsis Mara Dyer awakes in hospital, not sure how or why she is there. She then learns that her best friend Rachel, their friend Claire and her boyfriend Jude are […]

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Flawed – Cecelia Ahern

Flawed: A Review Could not put it down doesn’t do justice to how addictive this book is. Thank you Owlcrate for introducing me to this amazing novel. Quick Synopsis Celestine North is beautiful. She is smart. Her mother is a model. Her father is high up in the news reporting business. Her boyfriend is handsome, not […]

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My First Owlcrate

Owlcrate is a subscription box made by a pair called Korrina and Robert who love Young Adult fiction and want to make sure all us YA nuts get our monthly dose of YA goodies with a featured book a month. I’ve been wanting to sign up for Owlcrate for a long time. The only reason I’ve […]

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More Than This -Patrick Ness

More Than This: A Review John Green’s quote on the front of my copy of Ness’ More Than This completely captures what I think of this YA novel: ‘Just Read It.’ Quick Synopsis I don’t want to say too much, because I don’t want to ruin any part of this amazing YA novel for anyone, […]

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Only Ever Yours – Louise O’Neill

This weekend I engrossed myself in the Young Adult novel Only Ever Yours, by Louise O’Neill, which I stumbled across in my local library. Only Ever Yours strikes you, at first, as another dystopia-based YA novel, but when you get down to the basic premise, it feels more like a YA version of the Handmaid’s Tale […]

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