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Alex by Pierre Lemaitre – A Review by Critical Mick
Posted by A Critical Mick “Unruly Review” of Alex, by Pierre LeMaitre in , .

Parisian Psycho: A Critical Mick “Unruly Review” of Alex, by Pierre LeMaitre Alex sets down the wig. For no reason her hands are trembling. She’d being ridiculous. The guy fancies...

Back to Blackbrick by Sarah Moore Fitzgerald
Posted by Megan Punzet & Aisling Kelly in , .

Cosmo has lived with his grandparents ever since his mum moved to Australia after his older brother Brian died. When granddad’s forgetfulness gets worse Cosmo tries everything to help him...

The Secret Gospel of Ireland by James Behan and Leo Behan
Posted by Maria Perry Mohan in , .

One of the things which some people here in India love to tell me is that: ‘your Christianity is only two thousand years old, while our Hinduism is over five...

Land of Dreams by Kate Kerrigan
Posted by Hazel Gaynor in , .

It is the 1940s and Ellie Hogan is living as a celebrated artist against the beautiful backdrop of Fire Island, Long Island Shore, New York with two adopted sons she...

Tanith Low in The Malificent Seven by Derek Landy
Posted by Megan Punzet in , .

If you think she was cool as a good guy wait till you see her a as bad one. Since a Remnant possessed her, all Tanith Low wants is the...

Sweet (The Bliss Bakery Trilogy, Book 2)
Posted by Megan :) in .

Sweet (The Bliss Bakery Trilogy, Book 2) When the Bliss family’s “El Tiablo” Aunt Lily stole the magic Bliss bakery cookbook all the magic and spark vanished from their town....

The Jerusalem Puzzle by Laurence O’Bryan
Posted by Triona Walsh Crime Scene Book Reviewer in , .

The Jerusalem Puzzle, Laurence O’Bryan’s second book, is a tense conspiracy thriller. Just my kinda book! But written on the back cover were words that struck fear into this crime...

Siberian Hellhole by Michael Mulvihall
Posted by Maria Perry Mohan in , .

It’s not a romance – well not really – but isn’t there an element of romance in all novels? Of one sort or another? But it’s paranormal for sure. Of...

Nineteen Eighty-Four by George Orwell
Posted by Billie Donohoe in .

I used to believe that love conquered all. I used to believe that good triumphed over evil. I used to believe that if you believed in something, anything could happen....

The Perks of Being A Wallflower by Stephen Chbosky
Posted by Billie Donohoe in .

Charlie is an outsider, a wallflower. He’s not the type of boy to raise his hand in class, dance in the middle of the floor, or make friends easy. But...