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Head of State
Andrew Marr
Review by Sinead Fitzgibbon
Andrew Marr, according to the publisher’s blurb, "has long wanted to write a political satire". One can understand why.

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Julia Kelly
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I read this novel in a single sitting - an indicator of how absorbing and accomplished it is.
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Avery's destiny is to be the next witch of Prince Island.
Archie Greene and the Magician's Secret
D.D. Everest
Review by Tracy Eynon
When 12 year old Archie Green gets an unexpected delivery on his birthday it leads to the discovery of a new family, a new talent and a job offer!
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The "Nameless Horror" is an unusual children’s book character. A faceless, formless, metamorphic black blob, it’s a long way from the cutesy anthropomorphism of much kiddie literary fare.
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Review by Becca Watts
Twelve years ago Jodie witnessed something truly horrifying, something so terrible she managed to block it from her memory entirely.
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