Tagged with British YA

Review: Ketchup Clouds – Annabel Pitcher

Review: Ketchup Clouds – Annabel Pitcher

Synopsis from Goodreads. Secrets, romance, murder and lies: Zoe shares a terrible secret in a letter to a stranger on death row in this second novel from the author of the bestselling debut, My Sister Lives on the Mantelpiece. Fifteen-year-old Zoe has a secret—a dark and terrible secret that she can’t confess to anyone she … Continue reading

What YA Watching? || Sunday Morning Skins: S2E1 – Maxxie and Tony

What YA Watching? || Sunday Morning Skins: S2E1 – Maxxie and Tony

Missed season one?  We’re baaaaaaack. Did you miss us? Of course you did. Ask a silly question, get a silly answer. You remember us right? Let’s colour code in case you’re new. Jo–  Wearer of Old Coats.  British, Northern. Anna- Brilliant jotter.  British, Southern. Flann– Readventurer. American.  Maggie- Anonymous Young Adult. American.  Rey– . Tumblr Queen. Aussie-Aussie-Aussie. OI … Continue reading

Letters to The Five #1  [Raven’s Gate by Anthony Horowitz]

Letters to The Five #1 [Raven’s Gate by Anthony Horowitz]

Sometimes I write letters to fictional characters. One day they will reply. Raven’s Gate (The Power of Five #1) by Anthony Horowitz.    —————————————————— Hey Matt, Have you ever seen Hot Fuzz? Oh, sorry. No, don’t worry, you haven’t signed up for SIMON PEGG SUPERFANS* or anything. It’s just that I’ve just finished reading Raven’s Gate, … Continue reading

Review: Saving Daisy – Phil Earle.

Review: Saving Daisy – Phil Earle.

Synopsis from Goodreads. Losing love, fighting guilt, seeking hope. Daisy’s mum is gone. Her dad refuses to talk about it and as far as Daisy’s concerned, it’s all her fault… Saving Daisy is a powerful and moving story that follows the life of Daisy Houghton who first featured in Phil Earle’s critically acclaimed debut, Being … Continue reading