Ebook Review – Dollhouse – Anya Allyn

Dollhouse by Anya Allyn

Dollhouse by Anya AllynDollhouse is one of those books you’re going to love to read, regardless of whether or not you fit into the young adult category or not – it’s that good,

Its dark and different , and I love the way Anya gives credence to each and every character in the story, which by the way revolves around a group of friends and the disappearance of Aisha whilst on a field trip for a school project.

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Ebook Review – Marked – Marta Szemik

Marked is the first book in the Two Halves series, and does a good job of setting the scene for the rest of series.

Its a very easy read, and with the emergence and popularity of fantasy/sci fi books, I am sure among the young adult readers it fits in very well with the prevailing trend. The book is a novella, which means it is shorter than a novel, but longer than a short story (110 pages in this case), and it does have the feeling, as you read it that you are reading a very long prologue! This is possibly a very clever move on the part of the author, as if you enjoy the novella and love the characters you will doubtless go back for more!

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EBook Review – Fall for You – Cecilia Gray

Fall for you is a story set in a private school, it follows the life of students through changes in the history of their beloved academy. Now a mixed school, the change is met with resistance by Lizzie who is always certain to be leading the next cause.

You travel through the changing course of the students relationships with friends and enemies. Dante’s offhandedness intrigues you, keeping your interest throughout.

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