Review by Louise Brecht
Louisa Adair didn’t know what Sergeant Lind was talking about. None of them did, not really. They’d only wanted to save lives, not hoard the machine that is the key target of a massive British Intelligence operative.
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Review by Claudine Yip
Last time, she saved the city. Next up: the universe? Or worse: college applications?
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Review by Charmaine Lee
Finally, a tribute to young adults who have been herded into reading romance novels, but repeatedly feel disappointed by them, and have no idea why. … More Loveless by Alice Oseman
Review by Logaine Navascués
Runa is an apprentice runecaster, but she wishes she were somebody else. Someone who’s not short, skinny and pale, with wild, wiry, white hair and strange eyes. … More The Stone of Sorrow by Brooke Carter