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History Of Magic: A Comparison

“J.K Rowling first had the idea for Harry Potter while delayed on a train travelling from Manchester to London in 1990. Over the next five years she planned the seven books in the award-winning series for them at Bloomsbury. Harry Potter’s journey had only just begun…” To mark the twentieth anniversary of Harry Potter, the… Continue reading History Of Magic: A Comparison

adult fiction · Dystopian · review · Uncategorized

Ready Player One – Ernest Cline

"These three words were always the last thing an Oasis player saw before leaving the real world and entering the virtual one: Ready Player One." Blurb: "In the year 2045, reality is an ugly place. The only time teenage Wade Watts really feels alive is when he's jacked into the virtual utopia known as the… Continue reading Ready Player One – Ernest Cline

Audiobook Of The Month · Non-Fiction · Uncategorized

Audiobook Of The Month | When They Call You A Terrorist

If you're wondering "but wait, Charlotte, you've already posted your audiobook of the month!" Then you are absolutely right. It turns out that I should stop pushing myself to try other genres out when I know I don't like them. So I refunded The Long Way To A Small Angry Planet and set about finding a new book… Continue reading Audiobook Of The Month | When They Call You A Terrorist

children's fiction · fantasy · review · Uncategorized

The King Of Average – Gary Schwartz

“No one had any cause to give James a second thought and that’s the way he liked it.” Blurb: “James isn’t the world’s greatest kid, but he’s not the worst, either: he’s average! When he decides to become the most average kid who ever lived, James is transported to another world where he meets Mayor… Continue reading The King Of Average – Gary Schwartz