Review

By Chloe Bransom. This joint-author book was released in 2012 and is still relevant to issues that the LGBT community face today, mainly in countries and states that still have homophobic views on people who have come out. The story is about two best friends of the opposite sex, in …

By Chloe Sladden Turner The fifth instalment of the Throne of Glass series, Empire of Storms, sees Aelin and her …

By Ricky Reader. You know them; I know them, they are Queen and they will remain one of the greatest …

By Ricky Reader. The world is a strange place even at the dullest of times. But at its most entertaining …

By Nieve Allen. On Sunday the 27th January, I headed to London with my boyfriend Patrick to the BelowZero Icebar. I …

By Chloe Sladden Turner For fans of the Throne of Glass series, A Assassin’s blade allows for more insight into …

By Ricky Reader Have you heard of Fortnite? developed by Epic Games and People Can Fly. The game was released …

By Ricky Reader. Have you ever sat back and thought how far from home have I been? Well for me, …

By Socrate Kiabala During my previous review, I discussed how the New Kids on the Block’s second album, Hangin’ Tough, turned five …

By Chloe Sladden Turner The Invisible Library series only gets better from here; with higher stakes, higher emotions and higher …

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