Review: The Cameron Delusion

by Ross Grainger
by Ross Grainger

Fair is foul, and foul is fair.

 

Why are secondary schools no longer allowed to select by ability? Why is there no direct train between Oxford and Cambridge? Why did the media become so fond of the Conservative Party and so hostile to Labour around 2008? What’s the difference between ‘racism’ and ‘racialism’? more “Review: The Cameron Delusion”

City Of Bones

by Emma Sewell
by Emma Sewell

Fifteen year old Clary Fray and her friend Simon are minding their own business in Pandemonium, a local club, when Clary sees a group of people acting very strangely. When they sidle off into a storeroom Clary follows [as you do!] more “City Of Bones”

Percy Jackson And The Lightning Thief

by Emma Sewell
by Emma Sewell

Percy Jackson is your basic 12 year old, that is, until he discovers that he is a half-blood [kind of like the half blood prince but not!] half human, half God. He goes to Camp Half Blood, a place where demi-Gods can be safe from attack and once there he learns he is the son of Poseidon at possibly the worst time to become the son of the sea God. Zeus’ master bolt has been stolen and Zeus is sure Poseidon is to blame.
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Review: Car-Jacked

by Emma Sewell
by Emma Sewell

Jack has an IQ of 170, but when he’s car-jacked he’s just as clueless as the rest of us.

 

Car-jacked is the story of Jack, a 12 year old genius with a 170 IQ. He’s accidentally abducted when Ross, a bank robber from Scotland, steals the family car not realising he’s in the back. Everything in Jack’s life has been carefully planned up until this moment, how will he cope?
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