Anyone who knows me will know how much of a Star Wars geek I am, so when I saw Darth Plagueis in the book shop, I knew I had to read it.
We all know the story of Snow White but for those of you that don’t (seriously, you people exist?) here’s a ‘previously on Snow White’ recap (spoiler alert). Mum dies, dad marries an evil woman but he doesn’t know she’s evil. Dad dies and evil woman takes over the kingdom, makes Snow White’s life hell, fails in an assassination attempt and Snow White escapes to the forest. There she ‘befriends’ seven dwarfs before being poisoned by evil woman, only to be saved by the handsome Prince Charming and they live happily ever after. Up to date?
I’m on a roll with book reviews now, this is my second this week and this time, I taking a look at Young Adult fiction, which is the genre I write about and the focus for this review is Ghost, the first part in the Hannah Brown Diaries series by Eliza Peters
I’ve not written a book review for a while, so when the opportunity to review a brand new release came along in the form of The Ticket by Heather Grace Stewart, I wasn’t going to pass it up.
Whitford and Wisteria (Whit and Wisty) Allgood, are a normal, everyday brother and sister. Whit is a school football star (American football) while Wisty is a typically rebellious teenage girl, until one evening, their lives are suddenly plunged into a world they had no idea existed.
A teenage novel written by Michael Grant, Gone is the first in a series of books by Michael Grant. Set in the town of Perdido Beach, everyone over the age of fifteen suddenly disappears, leaving behind a town full of scared kids wondering what has just happened.
My first book review takes us into the Star Wars universe and, with the seventh instalment of the saga about to appear in cinemas, I thought it would be good to revisit this book and explain why it is an absolute must for all Star Wars fans.