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Book Review: Unearthed *Spoiler Free*

Unearthed by Amie Kaufman & Meagan Spooner Rating:★★★★1/2 When Earth intercepts a message from a long-extinct alien race, it seems like the solution the planet has been waiting for. The Undying’s advanced technology has the potential to undo environmental damage and turn lives around, and Gaia, their former home planet, is a treasure trove waiting… Continue reading Book Review: Unearthed *Spoiler Free*

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Book Review: The Genesi Code

The Genesi Code by Tristen Willis Rating: ★★★★ Luka was only eight years old when her father, Christopher Foster, was murdered. Christopher had been working on a cure for the Genesi Code, which has plagued the human race since the government began experimenting on human DNA in an attempt to create a genetically-advanced army. Luka has… Continue reading Book Review: The Genesi Code

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Book Review: Gap Year in Ghost Town

Gap Year in Ghost Town by Michael Pryor Rating: ★★★★1/2 The Marin family are outcasts of the ghost hunting world. They run a two-man operation in inner city Melbourne. Anton has the Ghost-sight, but his father does not. Rani Cross is supremely skilled in hand-to-hand combat, with enhanced speed and strength thanks to her magical… Continue reading Book Review: Gap Year in Ghost Town

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Book Review: Begin, End, Begin #LoveOzYA Anthology

Begin, End, Begin #LoveOzYA Anthology by Danielle Binks, Amie Kaufman, Melissa Keil, Will Kostakis, Ellie Marney, Jaclyn Moriarty, Michael Pryor, Alice Pung & Lili Wilkinson Rating: ★★★★  The YA event of the year. Bestsellers. Award-winners. Superstars. This anthology has them all. With brilliantly entertaining short stories from beloved young adult authors Amie Kaufman, Melissa Keil, Will Kostakis, Ellie Marney,… Continue reading Book Review: Begin, End, Begin #LoveOzYA Anthology

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Book Review: The First Third

The First Third by Will Kostakis Rating: ★★★★1/2 Life is made up of three parts: in the first third, you’re embarrassed by your family; in the second, you make a family of your own; and in the end, you just embarrass the family you’ve made. That’s how Billy’s grandmother explains it, anyway. She’s given him her… Continue reading Book Review: The First Third