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The Maze Runner by James Dashner (The Maze Runner Trilogy)

This is the first instalment of ‘The Maze Runner’ trilogy, which explores the themes of survival, identity, friendship, global warming and human intelligence. Although the novel is aimed at YA readers, full grown adults will enjoy the series too. It is fast paced and has plenty of action, so it’s impossible to get bored. Plot-w...


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Jenny Pox by JL Bryan

Jenny Pox is one of the latest in a seemingly endless supply of teen supernatural romances. But in its defence, it couldn’t be further from the over-done, love struck tripe which has spawned from the success of Twilight.If you were to simply read the blurb for Jenny Pox, you could easily make the mistake of thinking that this is jus...


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The Many Coloured Land by Julian May

As a general rule, a good book will grab your attention, if not from the first page, then within the first chapter. Personally, I often find that if a book hasn’t earned my interest after the first few chapters then it’s probably destined for re-housing in the charity shop. There are a few rare cases where just when I’m about t...


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House of Small Shadows by Adam Nevill

As a seasoned reader of horror, I’m very pleased to say that House of Small Shadows is the most genuinely frightening book I have read in a very long time! In fact, I can honestly admit that I couldn’t bring myself to read it alone, even though I thought I was long past being scared by a book! The novel is set in a typical haunted ho...


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Riddley Walker by Russell Hoban

“Riddley Walker” is one of the most unique books I have ever read, and is also probably the most difficult book I will ever come across. The novel is set in a very desolate future, about two thousand years after a nuclear holocaust. In this future, humanity has deteriorated back to a simple hunter/gatherer lifestyle, and technology n...


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