Tag: genre: Tween

Argos by Phillip W. Simpson

As a huge lover of mythology in general, especially Greek mythology having studied it at university, I was extremely excited about reading Argos by Phillip W Simpson. It definitely did not disappoint! It was so refreshing to read a book that actually seems to care about keeping mythology “right,” especially

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The Red Magician by Lisa Goldstein

Kicsi is a young girl on the cusp of becoming a teenager. She lives in a small village full of family and is a devout Hebrew. The man with the most authority in their village seems to be their local rabbi, who seems more interested in maintaining is own power

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Nest by Esther Ehrlich

I was sent an invitation to read Nest a few weeks ago and continually put it off. This isn’t normally the type of book I read or review, but since the author/publishers believed I would, I decided to give it a quick glance. Wow, am I so grateful I did finally pick

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