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Wrote a Review 7th December '18

Book pages The Whispers in the Walls
The Whispers in the Walls
Giggle read it aged 11
This is the kind of book that makes me want to read it again and again and never ever put it down. In the last book of the series Ivy went on a massive hunt to find her sister Scarlett who everyone thought to be dead. And in this book Scarlet is back! But things are going missing at their school Rookwood and as they investigate they find an unexpected surprise. My favourite characters in this book were ivy and Scarlet. And another character that I won’t reveal because it will ruin it. Great book and recommended to people who like mystery books age 9 plus.

Wrote a Review 7th December '18

Book pages The Lights Under the Lake
The Lights Under the Lake
Giggle read it aged 11
As soon as I read the first book (The lost twin) this series was one of my favourites. And it still is! In this book the girls are glad to get out of Rookwood but then get a not so nasty surprise when they get to the destination of the school trip. I like how there are chapters from Feisty Scarlet’s point of view and then other chapters from quiet Ivy’s point of view because it lets you see the story from two different perspectives. my Favourite bit in this book was when at the expend there was a dramatic plot twist (I won’t tell you about it because it would spoil the whole storyline) because what you were thinking would happen didn’t happen. And then you thought another thing was going to happen and it didn’t and it made the story was more interesting. My favourite character in this book was not Scarlett or Ivy but Rose the shy girl who helps out at the stables. She was my favourite because she seems like a not so important part of the story but then in the end she might as welll be the main character! 

Wrote a Review 7th December '18

Book pages Nevermoor: Nevermoor: The Trials of Morrigan Crow Book 1
Nevermoor: Nevermoor: The Trials of Morrigan Crow Book 1
Giggle read it aged 11
This book is sooooooo good! Morrigan Crow knows she is going to die next year on her 12th Birthday because next year is eventide and on eventide cursed children die. But then eventide comes early! So Morrigan prepares to die. Then a strange ginger man shows up and whisks her away to  the wonderful world of nevermoor so she can join the wundrous society. Little does Morrigan know that whilst trying to get into the wundrous society she might die. I love this book and my favourite character is Morrigan Crow. This book is stuffed full of mystery and adventure and I love it. My favourite part was when Morrigan meets her best friend Hawthorne. I would recommend this book to magic and mystery lovers age 8 or 9 and up.

Entered a Giveaway 7th December '18

Book pages Placeholder Book
The Night I Met Father Christmas
For Ages
8, 9, 10 & 11
No. of Copies
2
End Date
18th Dec '18
Open to residents of Republic of Ireland & United Kingdom

Entered a Giveaway 7th December '18

Book pages Placeholder Book
A Crystal of Time
For Ages
8, 9, 10, 11, 12 & 13
No. of Copies
11
End Date
15th Jan '19
Open to residents of Republic of Ireland & United Kingdom