REVIEW: The Constant Rabbit – Jasper Fforde

Author: Jasper Fforde (website / twitter) UK Publisher: Hodder & Stoughton Genre: Satire, fantasy See Also: Early Riser England, 2020. There are 1.2 million human-sized rabbits living in the UK. They can walk, talk and drive cars, the result of an Inexplicable  Anthropomorphising Event fifty-five years ago. And a family of rabbits is about to move into … Continue reading REVIEW: The Constant Rabbit – Jasper Fforde

REVIEW: Such Big Teeth (Darkwood #2) – Gabby Hutchinson Crouch

Author: Gabby Hutchinson Crouch (twitter) UK Publisher: Farrago Genre: Fantasy, humour See Also: Darkwood If you go down to the woods today, be sure of a big surprise. The Battle of Nearby Village is over, and deep in the Darkwood, Gretel and her friends journey into the hostile mountains of the north, seeking new allies … Continue reading REVIEW: Such Big Teeth (Darkwood #2) – Gabby Hutchinson Crouch

REVIEW: Aurora Burning (Aurora Cycle #2) – Amie Kaufman and Jay Kristoff

Authors: Amie Kaufman (website / twitter) and Jay Kristoff (website / twitter) UK Publisher: Rock the Boat Genre: Science fiction, YA See Also: Aurora Rising Our heroes are back. Kind of. First, the bad news: An ancient evil – you know, your standard consume-all-life-in-the-galaxy deal – is about to be unleashed. The good news? Squad … Continue reading REVIEW: Aurora Burning (Aurora Cycle #2) – Amie Kaufman and Jay Kristoff

REVIEW: The Fire Never Goes Out – Noelle Stevenson

Author: Noelle Stevenson (website / twitter) UK Publisher: Harper Teen Genre: Memoir, comic, non-fiction From Noelle Stevenson, the New York Times bestselling author-illustrator of Nimona, comes a captivating, honest illustrated memoir that finds her turning an important corner in her creative journey and inviting readers along for the ride. In a collection of essays and … Continue reading REVIEW: The Fire Never Goes Out – Noelle Stevenson

REVIEW: The Court of Miracles – Kester Grant

Author: Kester Grant (website) UK Publisher: HarperVoyager Genre: Historical fiction, YA Liberty 1828 and the citizens of Paris still mourn in the wake of their failed revolution. Among them, in the dark alleys and crumbling cathedrals of the city, the most wretched have gathered into guilds of thieves, assassins – and worse. Together they are known … Continue reading REVIEW: The Court of Miracles – Kester Grant