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Sir Princess Petra’s Talent – by Diane Mae Robinson – Review

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First of all, this book comes with a synopsis of the first book of the series, for the lazy ones out there who prefer skimming to reading, that is. But why would you want to skim with this series? Unless you are idiot, you'd be kicking yourself if...

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Paul O’Leary: overseas adventures – by Michael Mardel – Review

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You can read this book in two ways: as a fictional story on travel and adventure, or as an informative travel guide. Whichever way you go, you are going to find it both entertaining and worth your money. I read it as a tour guide book as I was very...

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Harry Watt, Bounty Hunter: 2150 AD – And Harry’s Life Just Got More Complicated – by Rob Guy – Review

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A powerful and engaging 'extra terrestrial' adventure - that is how I would describe this book. Harry the bounty hunter is sent on a mission: bringing back a famed hydrologist who's now a fugitive, to justice. However, our Harry is not a typical...

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Australian short stories for boys (& girls) (adventure books for kids 9-12) – by Michael Mardel – Review

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I know very little about Australia but Mr. Mardel sure brings the country's rich culture and heritage alive with this collection of short stories. Never for once did I feel that the characters of his stories belong to an entirely foreign culture....

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Inside Information – by Tony Thorne MBE – Review

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These pieces are very humorous. Some are probably anecdotes from the authors' life, but in any case, a lot of these pieces have one or other kind of moral (universal truths) attached to them. For instance, there is a piece which teaches us what NOT...