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Throne of Glass, Sarah J. Maas
Throne of Glass, Sarah J. Maas
Throne of Glass, Sarah J. Maas

Throne of Glass by Sarah J. Maas

Despite containing some poor writing in places, overall, Throne of Glass is an incredible first instalment to a series. You are eased in slowly to the diverse and complex world with a simple but exciting storyline of a protagon...
 
7.7
The Giver by Lois Lowry
The Giver by Lois Lowry
The Giver by Lois Lowry

The Giver – Lois Lowry

A novel about a 12 year old living on a community of no choice but then comes to the realization that there’s more to the world than just that.
 
8.3

Stay-Alive-Simon-Kernick
Stay-Alive-Simon-Kernick
Stay-Alive-Simon-Kernick

Stay Alive – Simon Kernick

Meet Amanda, main character in the book who witnesses the murder of her husband. Haunted by the killer, Amanda's job is to run, hide and stay alive.
 
7.3
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dear life cover
dear life cover

Dear Life – Alice Munro

In "Dear Life", Alice Munro adopts a more streamlined type of storytelling. She focuses on facts, important happenings, and ordinary events in people's lives. She doesn't present clear endings though, and she lets the reader de...
 
7.7

Prince of fools voyager
Prince of fools voyager
Prince of fools voyager

Prince of Fools – Mark Lawrence

"Prince of Fools" is an epic adventure, a grand opening to a fantasy trilogy with great narrative potential that will appeal to readers of the fictional genre. To understand the plot and the essence of the book, you should read...
 
8.0
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Salt Sugar Fat – Michael Moss

Useful book to read by people who want to know more about processed food industry. "Salt Sugar Fat" is fascinating because it focuses on the dangers of bad food, thus raising awareness. On the downside, it doesn't offer that m...
 
6.7