Alias Hook by Lisa Jensen – Review

I cannot understand why this book was in Poundland. It was quite easily one of the most interesting, captivating books that I have come across. We see the story from the point of view of Captain Hook, as bloodthirsty pirate, cursed by a witch centuries ago, to Neverland; a boy's paradise and a grown man's …

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Rebel of the Sands by Alwyn Hamilton – Review

I accidentally tricked myself into buying The Rebel of the Sands. One day whilst browsing through Wattpad, I came across this story. I somehow failed to notice the fact that it said in 'excerpt' in the title and read all fourteen chapters in one afternoon. When I reached the end of what was available, I …

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All the Bright Places by Jennifer Niven – Review

Suicide. Not a term taken lightly by anyone. With so many reasons behind why someone would want to end their own lives, it becomes an impossible mission to stop or save everyone. There are no true survivors of suicide, live or die, nobody is the same once they experience it. The two perspectives can be …

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