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Book Review: The Many Half-Lived Lives Of Sam Sylvester by Maya MacGregor

Maya MacGregor’s debut YA novel, The Many Half-Lived Lives Of Sam Sylvester, is the unexpected tale of a haunted town, a traumatised teen, and the fragility – and power – in having a safe community to exist in.

Book Review: Retreat to the Spanish Sun by Jo Thomas

Summer reads too often get sidelined in book recommendation discussions. Beach reads, light romances, books…

Best TV characters of 2021

However bold the premise, however dramatic the twists and turns, if we don’t care about…

Best TV shows of 2021: Squid Game, Doctor Who, Mare of Easttown and more

Life might have found some semblance of new normality but with less cinema releases and…

The best books of 2021: Ariadne, The Wolf Den, Ace Of Spades, Project Hail Mary and more

It may be something we say every year, but that doesn’t mean that it’s any…

Book Review: Aristotle and Dante Dive into the Waters of the World by Benjamin Alire Sáenz

Aristotle and Dante Dive into the Waters of the World is the unexpected sequel – since…

Comic Review: Voyage To The Stars by Ryan Copple, James Asmus and Connie Daidone

Spinning off from the popular podcast of the same name, Voyage to the Stars follows the wacky…

Book Review: The Purpose of Power by Alicia Garza

Alicia Garza’s The Purpose of Power is a must read for anyone who wants to…

Book Review: The Rising Storm (Star Wars: The High Republic) by Cavan Scott

The Rising Storm – the triumphant, exciting and more grounded sequel to Light of the…

Book Review: Blackout – a series of love stories by six of YA fiction’s biggest authors

Blackout is a delightful, sprawling, warm and funny YA novel from six authors: Dhonielle Clayton,…

Sequin in a Blue Room DVD Review

Sequin in a Blue Room is a queer story about a young man’s exploration of…

Book Review: Son of the Storm by Suyi Davies Okungbowa

Son of the Storm is an epic fantasy in which history’s victors have built a…