Genre: Mysteries & Detective Stories

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5 Things About Ballad for a Mad Girl

5 Things About Ballad for a Mad Girl

August 10, 2017 Review 14 ★★★★

LoveOzYA PROMOTE ALL THE AUSSIE BOOKS!! Vikki Wakefield is an author I’ve heard nothing but good things about, and I’m so glad I can add her to my list of Aussie Authors read. I definitely need to check out more of her stuff after BALLAD FOR A MAD GIRl because it was so well written.   A large focus on […]

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5 Things About Yellow by Megan Jacobson

5 Things About Yellow by Megan Jacobson

July 11, 2017 Review 10 ★★★★

Short, fast, and easy Being as busy as I am with Uni, short books are my thing atm (at least, in an attempt to keep up with reviews on the blog). I’m so tired by the time I’m done with the day that I don’t want to think too much. YELLOW was the perfect book; easy to read and follow, […]

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Review: Royce Rolls by Margaret Stohl

Review: Royce Rolls by Margaret Stohl

May 12, 2017 Review 12 ★★★

ROYCE ROLLS is a novel that stands out against other books in the YA genre. It is definitely unique, and fans of reality television are going to want to check it out. As someone who has a love-hate relationship with dramatic television, I had mixed feelings about this book. The novel starts out in the future and then flashes back, […]

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5 Things About Stalking Jack the Ripper by Kerri Maniscalco

5 Things About Stalking Jack the Ripper by Kerri Maniscalco

February 23, 2017 Review 22 ★★★★½

Victorian Era Forensics If I’m going to read a crime novel, it’s going to be a historical one! Victorian and regency eras in particular seem to be my favourites. As a fan of science, I love seeing how it’s used to solve things without modern advancements. The vet side of me also loves the autopsies and science things. I’m a […]

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5 Things About All Fall Down by Ally Carter

5 Things About All Fall Down by Ally Carter

July 14, 2016 Review 26 ★★★★½

I’ve missed Ally Carter’s writing It’s been a good year or two since I read an Ally Carter novel and I didn’t realise how much I’d missed her writing. It’s fast, it’s fun, it’s addictive. So easy to keep the pages turning and lose yourself for hours. Every character is interesting Some of the characters surprised me and had a […]

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Review: With Malice by Eileen Cook

Review: With Malice by Eileen Cook

June 24, 2016 Review 32 ★★★★

WITH MALICE unravels a mystery about what happened after two best friends take a school trip to Italy, with one returning with missing memories and one not returning at all. The entire novel is driven by the need to answer one question: what happened? Told from Jill’s point of view, we find ourselves in the same position she is. Due […]

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