survive the savage sea book

Pages: 195

Published by: Book Club Associates

Survive the Savage Sea by Dougal Robertson is a book I stumbled upon completely by chance. At Worthing train station there’s a little book shelf where you can buy a book (for a donation). Usually when I take a look before my train every morning nothing really catches my eye, but this book was an exception.

Here’s what I thought of this true story of being lost at sea.

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Pages: 368

Published by: Harper Teen

Today I’ll be reviewing YA fantasy novel Everless by Sara Holland, which was released back in January. This is a book I’d been looking forward to for a long time and sat at the top of my TBR pile for weeks, so I’m glad I got around to reading it!

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The sun and her flowers book

Pages: 256

Published by: Andrews McMeel Publishing

After my love of Rupi Kaur’s Milk and Honey I just had to get my hands on The sun and her flowers. Like always, I’m a bit late to uploading my review, but here’s what I thought of this collection of poetry.

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Fantastic Beasts book

Pages: 160

Published by: Bloomsbury Children’s Books

I have always loved Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them by the incomparable J.K Rowling, so of course I was extremely excited when I finally got my hands on a copy of the illustrated edition if the book, bought to life by the talent of the wonderful Olivia Lomenech Gill.

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Pages: 204

Published by: Createspace

I honestly have zero excuse as to why I’ve never gotten around to reading this wonderful collection of poems from the talented Rupi Kaur.

Originally published in 2014, I am aware I’m incredibly late to the party when it comes to reviewing this – but I thought I’d do so anyway incase anyone is wondering whether to pick it up.

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