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Asheley Review: (a similar version of this review can be found here at Into the Hall of Books: http://www.intothehallofbooks.com/201...)

THE FLIGHT OF GEMMA HARDY by Margot Livesey is a beautiful story that is reminiscent of Charlotte Bronte's classic JANE EYRE. Gemma is orphaned at a young age; both of her parents die in Iceland tragically while she is still very young. Gemma's Uncle, having made a promise to his sister, travels to Iceland to bring Gemma back to live in Scotland with him.

Under the care of her


Rachel Review: Vella Day writes an entertaining and heart warming story that pulls you, the reader, through a dangerous parallel world full of adventure.

Finn and Kaleena meet in dreams, then again in real life. Their interactions and a wealth of emotion, written into a twisting plot, form a background of information resting in a stunning read that keeps the reader enchanted - pulling them from page to page, as I was.

I found myself wanting to know everything about everyone. I'm definitely looking forward to mo


Jasmine Gedeon Review: I was just assigned this book for a project in my history class. I read it in two days, and I really enjoyed it (well, however much you can 'enjoy' a book about a Holocaust survivor). It was very well written, and it was a good book. It really gave me insight on this time period, but I had two issues of the book that I just can't let go. And I see on other reviews I'm not the only one who had these issues with the book.

My first issue was about how the title of the novel states that it is a memoi


Hayley Chewins Review: Reading this book wrecked me -- and I mean that in the best possible way. It is an unflinching examination of rape culture, a poetic portrait of an invisible girl, and an unputdownable mystery. Don't miss it.


Sam Quixote Review: “Scott Pilgrim is dating a high schooler!” - so begins one of the finest comics sagas of all time.

I’ve read Bryan Lee O’Malley’s Scott Pilgrim before, seen the (extremely faithful) Edgar Wright movie adaptation, and have just re-read it (this time in colour), and the comic still blows me away with its quality. Reading the same story the third time around and it’s not boring in the least. It even somehow feels fresh despite having been published in 2004!

On paper the story seems like no great sh


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