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Breaking Dawn – Stephenie Meyer

February 27, 2009

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The fourth book in Stephenie Meyer’s spellbinding supernatural love saga shows Bella Swan’s struggle to continue life with her vampire partner Edward Cullen and put up with the constant advances of her werewolf best friend Jacob Black. The story starts, as with the rest of the series, from Bella’s point of view and deals with […]

Bog Child – Siobhan Dowd

February 26, 2009

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Siobhan Dowd’s new novel, Bog Child, is a twisting tale that takes us from Drumleash, in 1981, right back to 80 AD. In this inspiring story about first love, politics and family bonds, we follow the lives of 18-year-old Fergus, and Mel, the child he discovers hidden in a bog. Mel troubles Fergus’ dreams, and […]

Eclipse – Stephenie Meyer

October 3, 2008

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The third book in the hugely popular Twilight series continues to probe into Bella Swan’s dangerous love for vampire Edward Cullen and signifies a major difference in Bella’s feelings towards her werewolf friend, Jacob Black. Seattle is plagued by a string of unsolved murders that are suspected by the Cullens to be the work of […]

New Moon – Stephenie Meyer

September 14, 2008

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The second book in the hugely popular Twilight series continues to probe into Bella Swan’s dangerous love for vampire Edward Cullen and shows the development of her friendship to werewolf Jacob Black. The story starts at Bella’s eighteenth birthday party. Whilst reluctantly opening a present, she receives a paper cut causing all of the vampires […]

Twilight – Stephenie Meyer

August 29, 2008

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  If you haven’t read this book, you have not lived! It’s a vampire romance, and I love it.   When Bella’s Mum gets remarried, she decides to move back in with her dad, to give Renee and Paul some space. She arrives in Forks, a seemingly dull town but how dull can a town […]

A Company Of Swans – Eva Ibbotson

June 26, 2008

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  Doesn’t every young girl dream of being a ballerina? In A Company Of Swans, to Harriet, it means everything to dance. Those of you who find the art of ballet boring, you wont be disappointed because there is a lot of thought-provoking messages and it tells the hardships of one girl from Cambridge. Harriet […]