Outcast by Paul Azaceta & Robert Kirkman

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Kyle Barnes is an outcast. He’s been plagued by demonic possession all his life without an answer as to why. As he gets older, Kyle is looking for answers as to why he’s been chosen to live this life. What he discovers on his journey could be the end of life as we know it.

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Saved By The Bell by Chynna Clugson Flores

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I’ve been wanting to pick up the Saved by the Bell graphic novel for so long since its release. I was gifted it at Christmas by one of my friends and I’ve only just found the time to sit with it for a whole afternoon. Saved by the Bell was one of my favourite TV shows growing up (and still now, I won’t lie about my crush on 90’s Zach Morris) and reading this was definitely a blast from the past!

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The Misadventures of Grumpy Cat by Royal McGraw

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Over here at The Little Contemporary Corner we love graphic novels. We also love Cats. So when I got sent a review copy of the first instalment of The Misadventures of Grumpy Cat (and Pokey) I literally could not contain myself with excitement. Everyone loves Grumpy Cat, so reading about his adventures put a very nice spin on my relaxing Friday night.

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Camp Midnight by Jason Adam Katzenstein


Book Review HeaderCamp Midnight is the story of Skye who gets sent off to summer camp when her stepmother can’t deal with having her around. Little does Skye know that the camp comes alive at night with monsters, or the other camp goers! Skye doesn’t fit in with the others when they turn from their human form to their monster form and makes friends with Mia, another girl who feels very left out in camp.

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August 2015 Book Haul

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I have been on a book buying ban along with my father for about eight months now. This ban means that I cannot buy books at all with my own money (I can accept gifts or use gift vouchers to buy books) and if I was to buy a book I’d have to buy one for my father too. So far this has been a pretty successful deal as us tight arses don’t want to spend money buying books for each other! However as August brought a family holiday and the end of summer, the ban had been lifted and we were free to buy books until our hearts were content – or wallets were empty!

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