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Callum Fox and the Mousehole Ghost by A C Hatter
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I do have to confess to a love for young adult fiction. When done well there are few things better in life than getting lost in a book which is written with a young imagination in mind.

I am pleased to say that Callum Fox And The Mousehole Ghost By AC Hatter is one such book. A gripping page turner that is the holy grail of young adult fiction: a book that is enjoyable to the young and old alike. Well-written, intelligent and well thought-out. The characters are highly likeable and well rounded. The historical parts, as we flip from the past and present of the Mousehole ghost named in the title, Jim A World War II evacuee, are very well written and researched. I was really drawn… Read more
Maeve's Afternoon Delight by Margaret Graham
Maeve's Afternoon Delight by Margaret Graham
A truly amazing book. I loved it and couldn't put it down. I have read Margaret Graham's other books and she is a brilliant writer.
A Fort of Nine Towers by Qais Akbar Omar
A Fort of Nine Towers by Qais Akbar Omar
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I have to be honest. I have put off writing this review. Which may seem weird considering the fact that A Fort of Nine Towers is one of the most important books I have ever read. Many books change you, give you enjoyment, make you think, even change your outlook: A Fort of Nine Towers does most of these, but it also touches your soul, your heart and then breaks them a little. As a Western woman, with all of the privilege that entails, reading this book is an eye-opener and a game changer.

I read papers, I watch the news, I watch documentaries and read books. I stay involved in politics and world events, but this tale of a young boy growing up in Afghanistan… Read more