Month: April 2016

Eragon (The Inheritance Cycle #1) by Christopher Paolini: A Review

My Review My Rating: 5/5 This is a book that every fantasy reader should devour at once, along with the next three books of the series, as it lays the foundation of a love in all things magic and wonderful. The supernatural elements have the same amount of importance as the political in this novel

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Eldest (The Inheritance Cycle #2) by Christopher Paolini: A Review

My Review My Rating: 4/5 This is the second book in Paolini’s Inheritance Cycle and it’s full of more action, excitement and evil than the first. This book is a great fantasy novels for loves of the genre everywhere. No fantasy reader should be without this book, or series, on their shelves. The extent of the

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Brisingr (The Inheritance Cycle #3) by Christopher Paolini: A Review

My Review Rating: 3/5 This isn’t the most exciting novel of the Inheritance Cycle, however it fills in many gaps to do with the history of the world and Eragon’s past. I still enjoyed reading it as Paolini’s writing is enthralling however I would not read it again. 60 SHARES Share on Facebook Tweet Follow us Share

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Inheritance (The Inheritance Cycle #4) by Christopher Paolini: A Review

My Review Rating: 4.5/5 This is by far the greatest book of the series and I am so sad to see it end! The battles and the conflict were incredibly descriptive, providing a perfect depiction in my mind. I was fully satisfied by the ending of the novel and I love how far the characters have

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Unrest by Michelle Harrison: A Review

Unrest’ will have you awake at night, fearful of what is in the dark. This terrifying novel follows seventeen-year-old Elliot who hasn’t slept properly for months since his accident. He sees things in his sleep that wake him up; he doesn’t sleep again for fear of seeing those nightmares again. Or are they really nightmares…?

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Frankenstein by Mary Shelley: Book Review

Victor Frankenstein is obsessed with knowledge, in particular the knowledge that could lead to creating a life from dead flesh. Through his success, Frankenstein rejects his creation leading to death and tragedy in his already fragile life. My Review My Rating: 4/5 This marvellously haunting tale of a scientist bent by ambition to create life

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