15th October, 2014

Meritropolis by Joel Ohman

posted 5 days ago

Meritropolis by Joel Ohman

I got this as a free book from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review.

meritropolis

Meritropolisby Joel Ohman is a YA Dystopia about a society where people are assigned a merit score based on the health and skills that dictate whether they live or die. Those with a low score are thrown out of the gates of Meritropolis to face the deadly hybrid animals that live outside the city walls. Seventeen-year-old…

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9th October, 2014

The Hit by Allen Zadoff

posted 1 week ago

I got this as a free book from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review.

the hit

The Hitby Allen Zadoff is a YA Action/Thriller about Zach, a 16-year-old hit man who works for The Program told in first person. This book appears to have had three different English titles since in publication in Spring 2013, which personally doesn’t seem like a great marketing strategy to me but what do I know? I’m not…

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29th September, 2014

The Fifth Vertex by Kevin Hoffman

posted 3 weeks ago

The Fifth Vertex by Kevin Hoffman

I got this as a free book from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review.

TFV

The Fifth Vertexby Kevin Hoffman is a Fantasy/Steampunk blend novel with an interesting premise and protagonist. Urus, a deaf inhabitant of the proud warrior city of Kest, stands on the roof of the castle because he has failed his kingdom, his uncle and himself because he did not pass the tests to become a warrior. He is…

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25th September, 2014

Of Things Gone Astray by Janina Matthewson

posted 3 weeks ago

Of Things Gone Astray by Janina Matthewson

I got this as a free book to review from Netgalley.

OTGA

Of Things Gone Astray by Janina Matthewson is, in one word, beautiful. One morning various people in London wake up to find things dear to them have gone. They aren’t the things you’d expect someone to lose – piano keys, the front wall of a house, their sense of direction. They wake one morning to find their lives drastically altered.

We follow…

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4th September, 2014

thepillowfortuk:

It was my 25th birthday on Monday and I’m holding a giveaway on The Pillow Fort to celebrate!
Ends tomorrow (Thursday 4th September, midnight GMT)
5 prizes for 5 winners - loads of ways to enter! 
Click here for the giveaway!
Please share widely, everyone likes free things ;)

thepillowfortuk:

It was my 25th birthday on Monday and I’m holding a giveaway on The Pillow Fort to celebrate!

Ends tomorrow (Thursday 4th September, midnight GMT)

5 prizes for 5 winners - loads of ways to enter! 

Click here for the giveaway!

Please share widely, everyone likes free things ;)


thepillowfortuk:

Like reading? Like writing reviews? Maybe you’d like to be The Official Reviewer of The Pillow Fort?! More details + application: www.thepillowfort.co.uk/reviewerappDeadline: Wednesday 10th September, midday GMT
Please share widely! :D

thepillowfortuk:

Like reading? Like writing reviews? Maybe you’d like to be The Official Reviewer of The Pillow Fort?! 
More details + application: www.thepillowfort.co.uk/reviewerapp
Deadline: Wednesday 10th September, midday GMT

Please share widely! :D


8th April, 2013

April: Page to Screen

posted 1 year ago

Hi Blogverse!

Hope you’re all well. This month is ‘Page to Screen’ month. Books that have been turned into films are often heavily criticised by readers because no director can get into your head and reproduce the fictional world you imagined. However,…

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6th April, 2013

Webster Chatters Women Writers

posted 1 year ago

Webster: Hey guys, the first question I have to ask you, not because I don’t know but because you were naughty and didn’t tell people at the beginning of the month, but what was your monthly theme last month and why?

Rhianna:Last month we had our theme…

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28th March, 2013

Webster Chatters Humour

posted 1 year ago

Hi everyone, Webster here.

I’m really sorry for the long delay for this interview – I had Spider Flu.

Webster: Anyway, how was humour month?
StefaniHumour month was fine. I suppose it was a bit difficult at first because humour is subjective but overall it…

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10th February, 2013

February: Humour

posted 1 year ago

There is something about an open ended theme like humour that makes picking books simultaneously easy and impossible. And yet, this month we have decided the thin line between easy and impossible needed to be walked.

I’ve been looking forward to humour…

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