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Review: Children of Ruin by Adrian Tchaikovsky

Children of Ruin is the second entry in the Children of Time series by Adrian Tchaikovsky. If you’ve read my review of the first book, you might recall that I absolutely LOVED it, and the same goes for Children of Ruin – what an incredible story!

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Review: Not Meant for Each Other, an Anthology published by Lost Boys Press

I love a good subversion of expectation, and this anthology does just that: in the foreword, once again written by Lost Boys Press’s editor-in-chief, Ashley Hutchison, she says she turned to the romance genre, but rather than happily ever after, heartbreak and the loves that were forever never to be were chosen! 

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Review: The Ark by J Swift

The Ark is an interesting read – set in a dystopian, post-nuclear war Earth, the planet and its surviving inhabitants are in a pretty sorry state – with the world now just an inhospitable wasteland, and most plant and animal species extinct; the survivors make do with what little remains. The fortunate citizens live in complexes, relatively safe refuges built into ...

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