Lightning Girl-Alesha Dixon

This was a really awesome book! It was one that I randomly picked up from the bookshelf for lack of something to read. I really enjoyed it because of the pace of the story, the way¬†the emotion depicted by the authors words was felt by me. This wasn't exactly a challenging read but it was … Continue reading Lightning Girl-Alesha Dixon

Killer vending machines wrecked my lunch!- Matt Brown

This book is hilarious! It was sort of a bit like Captain Underpants (my parents will probably sigh when they read this). I would definitely describe this book as a very easy read, though still a very enjoyable one. It's very humorous though still delivers quite a serious¬† message. That message is... "Being small doesn't … Continue reading Killer vending machines wrecked my lunch!- Matt Brown

Against all the Gods – Maz Evans

This book took a while to get into because I haven't read one of Maz Evan's books since I finished the third book of the series last year. I had to rewind my memory quite a bit, so to anyone who has heard of this series and is going to read it then I strongly … Continue reading Against all the Gods – Maz Evans

Kid Normal and the Shadow Machine-Chris Smith-Greg James

I think that Chris Smith and Greg James are incredible authors, they can make a sad droopy scene funny but still keep that melancholy feeling. It took me a little longer then it usually does for me to get captured by their hilarious book. I think that's because I skipped book number two (Kid Normal … Continue reading Kid Normal and the Shadow Machine-Chris Smith-Greg James

The 52 story tree house-Andy Griffiths-Terry Denton

If I had to describe this book in a limited number of words then I would say a very large comic book because like a comic book the illustrations really add something to the book. Normally at this point in a review i would write about the plot of a story but that is exactly what … Continue reading The 52 story tree house-Andy Griffiths-Terry Denton

The Secret Diary of Hendrik Groen, 83 1/4 Years Old – Hendrik Groen

This is a delightful little book, chronicling the daily life of an octogenarian dutch man living in an old age home on the outskirts of Amsterdam. The ageing population in the West (and Japan) has been widely commented upon. More often than not, it is seen as a problem that needs to be solved. You … Continue reading The Secret Diary of Hendrik Groen, 83 1/4 Years Old – Hendrik Groen

The Christmasauras-Tom Fletcher

Maybe I read this book a bit to late but whatever the season i am sure this book will always be enjoyable. It is funny and full of unexpected friendships. The excitement of the plot grips you from the start.Another thing is that this proves that word disabled people is wrong, because people who are … Continue reading The Christmasauras-Tom Fletcher