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Review: Jonathan Dark or The Evidence of Ghosts by A.K. Benedict

Maria King knows a secret London. Born blind, she knows the city by sound and touch and smell. But surgery has restored her sight – only for her to find she doesn’t want it. Jonathan Dark sees the shadowy side … Continue reading

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AWW16: Bad Power by Deborah Biancotti

Hate superheroes? Yeah. They probably hate you, too. ‘There are two kinds of people with lawyers on tap, Mr Grey. The powerful and the corrupt.’ ‘Thank you.’ ‘For implying you’re powerful?’ ‘For imagining those are two different groups.’ From Crawford … Continue reading

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Review: Tell the Wind and Fire by Sarah Rees Brennan

In a city divided between opulent luxury in the Light and fierce privations in the Dark, a determined young woman survives by guarding her secrets. Lucie Manette was born in the Dark half of the city, but careful manipulations won … Continue reading

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AWW16: Waking in Winter by Deborah Biancotti

On a far, frozen desert world, Muir the pilot discovers an ancient artefact in the ice. She sees a mermaid at first, but later comes to wonder if it is Ningyo, a fish god from her homeland in Japan. A … Continue reading

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Review: Every Heart a Doorway by Seanan McGuire

Eleanor West’s Home for Wayward Children No Solicitations No Visitors No Quests Children have always disappeared under the right conditions; slipping through the shadows under a bed or at the back of a wardrobe, tumbling down rabbit holes and into … Continue reading

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Review: The Sudden Appearance of Hope by Claire North

My name is Hope Arden, and you won’t know who I am. We’ve met before – a thousand times. But I am the girl the world forgets. It started when I was sixteen years old. A slow declining, an isolation, … Continue reading

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Review: Borderline by Mishell Baker

A year ago, Millie lost her legs and her filmmaking career in a failed suicide attempt. Just when she’s sure the credits have rolled on her life story, she gets a second chance with the Arcadia Project: a secret organization … Continue reading

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