Category: Books

One Day in May, Catherine Alliott

One Day in May, Catherine Alliott

| 10 June , 2010 | Reply

Carla Caruso, Cliquemedia Delicious. That is the best way I can think of to describe One Day in May. No wonder it’s a number one bestseller. I must admit it took me a few attempts to get stuck into this tome – sidelined by other tantalising books and magazines – but once I got past […]

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Book Review: Gennaro’s Easy Italian, Gennaro Contaldo

Book Review: Gennaro’s Easy Italian, Gennaro Contaldo

| 9 June , 2010 | Reply

Jane de Graaff, I Ate It All You know you’re onto a winner when Jamie Oliver loves and endorses your stuff- and given this man is credited with teaching, nay, inspiring Jamie’s cooking, then who am I to argue with the legend? So start flipping through the pages of Gennaro’s Easy Italian, cause kids- tonight […]

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Infinity, Sherrilyn Kenyon

Infinity, Sherrilyn Kenyon

| 8 June , 2010 | Reply

Tina Gamble Hunters, and Immortals, and Zombies! Oh my! Nick Gautier – a fourteen-year-old boy – all street smarts and sarcasm, has his life turned upside down, after students at his local high school start attacking each other. What would cause a guy to try and eat his best friend? And who are all these […]

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Interview: Jenna Burtenshaw, Wintercraft

Interview: Jenna Burtenshaw, Wintercraft

| 7 June , 2010 | 1 Reply

Tina Gamble Upcoming author, Jenna Burtenshaw, takes readers on a thrilling journey to the lands of Albion. With mystery, and adventure around every turn, Wintercraft is sure to enthral and enchant readers of all ages. Wintercraft is a fantasy novel that draws on the very idea of death, the veil that passes between the living […]

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Wintercraft, Jenna Burtenshaw

Wintercraft, Jenna Burtenshaw

| 7 June , 2010 | 1 Reply

Tina Gamble Those who wish to see the dark, be ready to pay your price. Premise: Ten years ago Kate Winter’s parents were harvested by the High Council to aid in the country’s war effort. Years later, the wardens are back, and once again the harvest falls upon the quiet city of Morvane. For years […]

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Invisible I: The Amanda Project, Stella Lennon

Invisible I: The Amanda Project, Stella Lennon

| 6 June , 2010 | Reply

Tina Gamble Who is Amanda Valentino? And why did she lie? Invisible I is the first book in The Amanda Project. Encompassing a variety of writers, the name Stella Lennon was created to represent the whole. Melissa Kantor wrote this first book from the point of view of Callie, with the second book, Signal from […]

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Darren Tieste’s Celebrity Beauty Book for Brain Cancer Awareness

Darren Tieste’s Celebrity Beauty Book for Brain Cancer Awareness

| 3 June , 2010 | 2 Replies

Aussie celebrity snapper Darren Tieste has gathered his A-list friends together to honour the memory of his friend Natalie Sattler who died of brain cancer in September 2008 (she was 35 years old) to create a beautiful hard cover coffee table book “The Beauty Book.” The 260 page Beauty Book will be bursting at the […]

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Soulless, Gail Carriger

Soulless, Gail Carriger

| 1 June , 2010 | Reply

Tina Gamble Oh, how can you resist such a delightful combination! Vampires, werewolves and English society etiquette – it practically speaks for itself – fabulous! Gail Carriger’s new book Soulless is deliciously charming – bringing together two worlds in fiction – historical and paranormal romance. Though not uncommon, Carriger manages to make this story original, […]

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Alice I Have Been, Melanie Benjamin

Alice I Have Been, Melanie Benjamin

| 31 May , 2010 | Reply

Kristy McCormick The well loved children’s tale Alice in Wonderland has been a source of wonderful fascination for generations now. The tale of an underground land with fanciful creatures and a little girl who seems to take it all in her stride. But the story behind the tale seems to be a little more sinister. […]

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Dust, Christine Bongers

Dust, Christine Bongers

| 30 May , 2010 | Reply

Tina Gamble ‘We had rules despite our unruly appearance: never praise, never thank and never apologise. In this family, you don’t show weakness or you’ll be called a girl. And no one wants that. Not even me.’ Every so often, the tide will wash up that peerless shell – no, not the perfectly formed ones […]

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Foursome, Jane Fallon

Foursome, Jane Fallon

| 21 May , 2010 | Reply

Kristy McCormick Let me just say this straight up – I loved this book! I was genuinely disappointed when I got to the last page. Foursome is Jane Fallon’s latest, and third, bestseller and let me tell you it’s an absolute ripper of a read. There’s nothing overly dramatic or scandalous, but the story rocks […]

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