Maze Runner

I just recently read 'The Maze Runner' (after I watched the movie) and realised something that I think we come to know. The movie absolutely sucked in comparison to the book! Now don't get me wrong, I was jumping in fright almost all the time when I was watching the movie its just that... The … Continue reading Maze Runner

Alex Rider – The series by Anthony Horowitz

Like I usually say, PEOPLE WHAT HAVE YOU BEEN DOING IF YOU HAVEN'T READ ALEX RIDER?! *Deep breath* *exhale* Okay, now that that's out I can get on with the review. Firstly Alex riders about a boy who gets black mailed into joining an organisation in Brittain aka insert whoever you think it should be … Continue reading Alex Rider – The series by Anthony Horowitz

H.I.V.E – the Higher Institute Of Villainous Education, book 1

Okay ladies and gentle men, if you love fantasy, spy kids, evil education and evil, smart kids doing many un-evil like and evil things then this book is for you!! AND if you don't like ANY of those things it also has a very.... evil humour to it. If I haven't convinced you then I'm soooooooooo sorry … Continue reading H.I.V.E – the Higher Institute Of Villainous Education, book 1

The Recurit – First book of the CHERUB series

Firstly if you've read Alex Rider or H.I.V.E. but you haven't read The recruit WHAT THE HELL HAVE YOU BEEN DOING WITH YOUR READING LIFE!?!?! Sorry what I mean is HAVE YOU EVEN BEEN LOOKING?! I'm an action adventure, spy and danger, mystery type of reader so I'm telling you now, The Recruit is the start … Continue reading The Recurit – First book of the CHERUB series

Percy Jackson and the Lightning Thief

Perseus Jackson is a normal twelve-year-old kid-if you don't count the fact that he's dyslexic and he's ADHD. He lives in a small New York apartment with his mother and his stepdad, who he's nicknamed Smelly Gabe. His best friend is called Grover. As for his school life: He has a wheelchair-bound Latin teacher called Mr … Continue reading Percy Jackson and the Lightning Thief

The Ruins of Gorlan (Rangers Apprentice Book 1)

I first read 'The Ruins of Gorlan' because my daughter insisted.  I thoroughly enjoyed the book.  Australian author John Flanagan has done a marvelous job painting a rich canvas of medieval fantasy that seems to engross all ages. The plot gives you context (evil banished villain conscripts monsters to retaliate for past slights against his … Continue reading The Ruins of Gorlan (Rangers Apprentice Book 1)