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  “Better never means better for everyone… It always means worse, for some.”   Margaret Atwood’s novel, The Handmaid’s Tale, is a chilling, profound and provocative look at a society deep with dystopian tropes. Atwood’s novel was published in 1985, when the religious right was on the rise, President Regan had claimed his second term …

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4/5 stars! Raelia is the second book in The Medoran Chronicles by Sunshine Coast author, Lynette Noni. Published in 2016 by Pantera Press, Raelia along with the first novel, Akarnae, caused much fuss among readers, young and old alike. The story follows a teenager named Alex who finds herself transported to another world – Medora. The first …

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Akarnae is the debut novel of Sunshine Coast author, Lynette Noni. It’s the first novel in the Medoran Chronicles: a five-part series. Fitting comfortably in the YA fantasy genre, Akarnae follows the story of 16-year-old Alex as her life changes dramatically. The story begins with Alex arriving at her new school. On her way to enrol, Alex finds herself …

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‘This life is not always what we think it will be,’ Cain says. ‘You are an ember in the ashes, Elias Veturius. You will spark and burn, ravage and destroy. You cannot change it. You cannot stop it.’ Where do I start with this book? It was crazy good. Written by Sabaa Tahir, An Ember In …

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I am fanatical about fantasy stories. Whether it be in books, television shows, movies or in games, I have fallen in love with the fantasy genre time and time again. It is the creativity in fabricating a complete world so unlike our own that gets me excited. It is in the process of creating characters …

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