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Here are some of the upcoming reviews that you will be hearing from me soon!

These books will come in a random order, so if you want a review from the following check every week on Saturdays to see if it is the one you want.
Updated: 24/12/2018
  • Inferno by Dan Brown,
  • Entire Zom-B series by Darren Shan,
  • Scarlett by Marissa Meyer,
  • To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee,
  • Go Set a Watchman by Harper Lee,
  • The Summer I Turned Pretty by Jenny Han,
  • The Rest of Us Just Live Here by Patrick Ness,
  • Wickham Hall by Cathy Bramley,
  • White Lies and Wishes by Cathy Bramley,
  • Lemon Tree CafĂ© by Cathy Bramley,
  • Hetty's Farmhouse Bakery by Cathy Bramley,
  • The Crown by Kiera Cass,
  • Happily Ever After by Kiera Cass,
  • Eliza Rose by Lucy Worsley,
  • My Name is Victoria by Lucy Worsley,
  • Lady Mary by Lucy Worsley,
  • Harry Potter series,
  • Heroes by Stephen Fry,
  • Becoming by Michelle Obama,
  • Dorothy Must Die by Danielle Paige

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