REVIEW | Dread Wood | Jennifer Killick

This was an unexpectedly fun romp of a thriller. I picked it up as a quick read to break up my other reads because I had several very heavy and complicated epic fantasies on the go, and ended up reading the whole thing in one sitting. DREAD WOOD was not what I expected, but honestly? It was better, and I can't wait to read the next book in this series and see what happens next. If this book is anything to go by, it will be surprising, spooky and so much fun.

REVIEW | The Witch Boy | Molly Knox Ostertag

I ended up finishing this in one sitting and immediately ordering the sequels; The Hidden Witch and The Midwinter Witch. Which I then also read in one sitting. I added this one to my wishlist after reading The Girl from the Sea, so it's safe to say that I'm officially a Molly Knox Ostertag fangirl through and through. I do think that The Witch Boy was my favourite of the lot, but I do think they'll be comfort reads that I come back to a lot.

Never Say Die, by Anthony Horowitz (Alex Rider reread #10)

“I am happy,” Alex said. He wondered if he had convinced Sabina. He certainly hadn’t convinced himself. We are finally caught up! And we're actually out of order here. Release order would be Russian Roulette next, then Secret Weapon ready for NIGHTSHADE. But I'm not doing that, because I wanted to read Alex's whole story …

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