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    • Latte Art by Skyler Breone
      Latte Art by Skyler Breone

    Brought this as part of a Christmas present for a coffee enthusiast & whilst the text descriptions were helpful the accompanying photos detailing how to create the latte art are printed in a very grainy grey scale, making them useless! Had the print quality been better & in colour I would have gifted this to my relative but the poor print quality makes it not fit for purpose.

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  • the path of the rambling thistles

    The reason why i even read this book in the first place was because of the first book spellslinger that i am currently reading at school with my reading group,Reichis is my favorite character he may not be human but he has a lot of wits and courage also he is unpredictable even though Reichis calls himself kellens business partner and try's not to show affection deep down he really does care about him and that shows as you get through every single page and book. I,m waiting to read soul binder. Kellen will never fully become an argosi because he cant and won't being alone he might have left nephenia and ferius but that would only be the beginning seeing as the path of an argosi will take him places that others around him may not want to go or would endanger their lives

    The reason why i even read this book in the first place was because of the first book spellslinger that i am currently reading at school with my reading group,Reichis is my favorite character he may not be human but he has a lot of wits and courage also he is unpredictable even though Reichis calls himself kellens business partner and try's not to show affection deep down he really does care about him and that shows as you get through every single page and book. I,m waiting to read soul binder. Kellen will never fully become an argosi because he cant and won't being alone he might have left nephenia and ferius but that would only be the beginning seeing as the path of an argosi will take him places that others around him may not want to go or would endanger their lives

  • This third volume had a longer plot-line concerning Mal's and Molly's unintended picnic-turned-adventure, while the other girls try to get 'normal' badges. Also, it is directly acknowledged that the former two are dating, and gives us backstory about Mal and Molly's lives. Meanwhile, April's competitiveness, and Jo's single-mindedness mean they don't really earn badges, but surprise surprise Riley gets them for sheer effort. The artist was different this time around, and I do like the style, even if it felt unfamiliar (when did I get used to the older one?) The special Halloween issue was fun but the different art styles were a bit jarring. All in all, another entertaining installment.

  • This novel was a continuous laugh-out-loud kind of adventure, as we see Emma try to reinvent herself, online, after a break-up. Her attempts to find a new boyfriend to get over her old one fail spectacularly, as she tries to widen her social and dating field. She resorts to lying about her age, dabbles in awkward texting, gets catfished by a 13 year old, and ghosts the one guy who likes her because she is still not over her ex, whom she encounters daily in school. Her narration is chiefly via private blog posts (much like a diary, and is sex-positive), and occasional tweets. Emma is alternatively naive and enlightened, and Seager nails her teen voice perfectly, bringing out all the insecurities of being at that age, feeling rejected but also being a little dramatic about it. You simultaneously want to hug her, but also watch the train-wreck with secondhand embarrassment while whispering ‘Emma NO!’. Her relationship with her mom, and her friends (who also have their own romantic woes) are rendered well, and the witty dialogue keeps you entertained even if the plot overall can be a bit predictable. Definitely was the highlight on a sick day; I almost forgot I was suffering in bed.