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    Review: Salt Runs Through

    Review: Salt Runs Through
    A contemporary coming of age story, Salt Runs Through was a delight to read. Set against the backdrop of the small coastal town of Ulladulla in New South Wales, we follow the young Miles as he explores what it means to be a teenager. Weaving together themes of family, connection, and community, this is an excellent and relatable story for any teenager to read. Continue reading

    Review: Salt Runs Through

    Review: Salt Runs Through

    If you loved Jasper Jones or Boy Swallows Universe, you’ll love Salt Runs Through. It’s like if those coming-of-age books were blended with mysteries that intrigued, gripping characters to cheer for and cringe for while not afraid to find hope and happiness in even the darkest of times. 

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    Review: Road to Freedom

    Review: Road to Freedom
    Davis has mastered the art of worldbuilding by weaving clear and subtle description into the heart of the story’s action. With a compelling plot and a well-crafted power system, this fantastical world feels as real as our own. Continue reading

    Review: Redeeming Blackwood

    Review: Redeeming Blackwood

    For fans of the genre and newcomers alike, Redeeming Blackwood is a compelling, unputdownable read that cements Khaiah Thomson's status as a luminary in the world of fantasy literature.

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    Review: Me That You See

    Review: Me That You See
    Me That You See forms a bridge between the characters and readers’ hearts from page one. Freeman’s characters have been written with a careful hand, resulting in a novel that is both insightful and addictive. Continue reading
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