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Author: Ilya Prigogine, Stuart Alan Rice

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Publisher:Wiley, John Sons





Sandy *The world could end while I was reading and I would never notice* Review: Minette Walters has long been a favourite author of mine - they even do a decent job of producing her books as mini-series.

I cannot recall reading the Echo before, though I suppose I might have when it first came out. There are things I loved about this book, and things I disliked. As usual Walter's characterisation is great. Michael the tenacious journalist, Terry the homeless boy who had been a friend of the deceased 'Billy Blake', Lawrence the elderly and lonely solicitor, Barry who is contro


Lyndsey Review: Basically, every single one of these books makes me want to break into song and dance! They got the UNSEELIE oooooooout!!

Shoulder. Chin. Shoulder, shoulder, shoulder. DOUBLE DREAM HANDS!!!!

There may be minor spoilers in this review. They are mainly just spoilers about the general feeling of the end result, definitely not about any specifics or plot twists. I don't think it's any big spoiler to say that by the end of this book, the Unseelie are mostly wiped out of Dublin. Most people probably ass


Maxwell Review: 3.5 stars
I'm a huge fan of The Bone Season series and have been eagerly awaiting the release of book 3, The Song Rising, for the last couple of years. I recently re-read the first two books in the series, and I'm really glad I did because this one picks up right where book 2 leaves off.

I do think the second half of this book is much stronger than the first half. The latter half had me enthralled and eager to see what happens next, and of course none of that would've been as exciting if it hadn't


Kei Review: This one rocks!


Amber Robertson Review: THIS REVIEW IS ALSO ON MY BLOG

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I tried to work out how to write this as a full-length review, however, I was stumped every time I went to start or tried to work out what I wanted to write; here I am doing a mini review which may become longer than anticipated.
The Nowhere Girls was a book that I was scared to read. I really didn’t know what was going to happen throughout. However, I am left in tears. I have tears rolling down my face, as I realise how many girls aren’t believe


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