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Here Lies Love by Dan Thompson
Here Lies Love by Dan Thompson
5.0 out of 5 stars A dark NA tale, 9 July 2014
This is a darker tale than I'm used to reading and an older audience than traditional YA, but that didn't detract from the wonderful details of the setting and the compelling plight of protagonist, Abbey, whose world is fast caving in on her. While themes of revenge are plentiful and redemption seems like a very distant prospect in this world, the reader still wants Abbey to find some for herself and is rooting for her all the way through, even when the path she chooses seems a very bleak one.
Torn (The Tethers Trilogy Book 3) by Jack Croxall
So sorry to see the end of Karl and Esther, but what an end! With a twist you'll never see coming the trilogy wraps up nicely. Croxall's writing has gone from strength to strength and his style flows more easily than ever in this novel, never overdone or jarring. My only complaint is that it's over too quickly and you're left desperate for more. Which is exactly as it should be.
One Hundred Proposals by Holly Martin
One Hundred Proposals by Holly Martin
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Having read all of Holly Martin's other books, which are all fantastic in their own right, I can safely say that Holly has pushed the bar yet again with 100 Proposals. I think this is possibly her best so far. The mix of romance and humour couldn't be more perfect. Add to that an adorable central couple and some inventive proposals that I'm sure will get some brains buzzing as to their own perfect proposal, this book is guaranteed to leave you with the warm and fuzzies. Read it on the beach on a sunny holiday, read it in the winter cuddled up with a hot chocolate, read it in the library, or in the corner of a Costa... but just make sure you read it!

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