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The Strays | Down to the River | Hot Little Hands |

The Strays | Down to the River | Hot Little Hands | | Reviews and Reading Blogs | Scoop.it
At the centre of each of these narratives – nine short stories and three novels – is a woman or a girl. Some are empathetic, others cruelly selfish; some are extroverts and others aloof; some are acerbically witty and others dangerously naive. Despite their diversity and their different locations in history, place and time of life, most of them are far more resilient than they perceive themselves to be.
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The Crème De La Crème Of YA Lit: 15 YA Summer Reads

The Crème De La Crème Of YA Lit: 15 YA Summer Reads | Reviews and Reading Blogs | Scoop.it
  Here are my top 15 YA Summer Reads. Follow me here for more bookish, YA thoughts and tweets and keep an eye out for an exciting new start-up @YAfictionados , launching 25th May, run by @thereader...
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Riot Round-Up: The Best Books of 2014 - BOOK RIOT

Riot Round-Up: The Best Books of 2014 - BOOK RIOT | Reviews and Reading Blogs | Scoop.it
We challenged our contributors to pick their single favorite book published this year. The result is this huge, not-small, very big and very eclectic list! We think it’s hella fine, and hope you’ll leave your favorite book of 2014 in the comments!    … Continued
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THE BOOKER: JUDGE FOR YOURSELVES -

THE BOOKER: JUDGE FOR YOURSELVES - | Reviews and Reading Blogs | Scoop.it
The winner of the Man Booker Prize won't be known until October - Australian Richard Flanagan made the list! - but MEREDITH JAFFE has the shortlist and urges you to judge for yourselves.
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thehoopla.com.au on books and entertainment

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Aurealis Awards - [Home]

Aurealis Awards - [Home] | Reviews and Reading Blogs | Scoop.it
The Aurealis Awards recognise the achievements of Australian science fiction, fantasy and horror writers.
The Aurealis Awards are administered by volunteers on behalf of Conflux Incorporated, a non-profit association dedicated to the professional
development of Australian speculative fiction authors and the promotion of the genre within Australia and internationally.
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Book Review: These Broken Stars by Amie Kaufman and Meagan Spooner - Book.Blog.Bake.

Book Review: These Broken Stars by Amie Kaufman and Meagan Spooner - Book.Blog.Bake. | Reviews and Reading Blogs | Scoop.it
These Broken Stars  by Amie Kaufman and Meagan Spooner  Expected Publishing Date: December 1o, 2013 Length: 384 pages Publisher: Disney Hyperion Obtained Via: I received an electronic advanced reader’s copy of this book from the publisher in exchange for honest review via NetGalley Format Read In: E-arc View from the Traffic Light:   It’s a …
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2013 Reading Challenges

2013 Reading Challenges | Reviews and Reading Blogs | Scoop.it
Australian Women Writers Challenge 1. Life in Ten Houses by Sonya Hartnett 2. I Came to Say Goodbye by Caroline Overington 3. Fractured by Dawn Barker 4. Picnic at Hanging Rock by Joan Lindsay 5. I...
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LGTB* Fiction Books for a YA Audience - Children's Books Daily...

LGTB* Fiction Books for a YA Audience - Children's Books Daily... | Reviews and Reading Blogs | Scoop.it
LGTB* Fiction Books for a YA Audience Review of ‘This Book is Gay’ Written by James Dawson. Published by Hot Key Books.
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Tweet from @TeleArchive

Tweet from @TeleArchive | Reviews and Reading Blogs | Scoop.it
Women must read more. Thousands of jobs will be preserved if they do. pic.twitter.com/yD7tQ34xvv
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LibraryReads - Books Recommended by Librarians

LibraryReads - Books Recommended by Librarians | Reviews and Reading Blogs | Scoop.it
The top ten books published this month that librarians across the country love. LibraryReads tells you about books recommended by librarians.
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Famous opening lines: Take our literature quiz

Famous opening lines: Take our literature quiz | Reviews and Reading Blogs | Scoop.it
How many of these these memorable first lines can you match to the novels they come from?
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When Holden Met Katniss: The 40 Best YA Novels | Rolling Stone

When Holden Met Katniss: The 40 Best YA Novels | Rolling Stone | Reviews and Reading Blogs | Scoop.it
Beloved favorites, underground classics, controversial page-turners, sci-fi sagas and more
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What are the best LGBT books for children, teenagers and YAs?

What are the best LGBT books for children, teenagers and YAs? | Reviews and Reading Blogs | Scoop.it
Site members and authors including David Levithan, Patrick Ness and Liz Kessler recommend the most brilliant books which challenge homophobia and discrimination against people's sexuality.
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Review of “These Broken Stars” by Amie Kaufman & Meagan Spooner

Review of “These Broken Stars” by Amie Kaufman & Meagan Spooner | Reviews and Reading Blogs | Scoop.it
The plot of this book has been used a thousand times, from The African Queen to The Titanic. Yet still we don’t grow tired of it. Basically, it concerns an uptown girl, who has been living in her w...
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12 YA Fantasy Book Finales You Need to Read This Year

12 YA Fantasy Book Finales You Need to Read This Year | Reviews and Reading Blogs | Scoop.it
The young adult genre has a chronic problem: creating sequels. Keeping track of all the sequels and when they will be published feels like a full-time job. So, I did some of the tough work for you and sorted through my most-anticipated YA fantasy end...
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