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The very Heavy Metal Diary of Cleo Howard – Sarah Tipper

Rating: 3.5/5
Published 2014

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The Very Heavy Metal Diary of Cleo Howard by Sarah Tipper follows the life of Cleo, a teenage Metaller, growing up in 1990’s England. The narrative is told in the form of diary entries, revealing her inner most thoughts and fears about reaching adulthood as well as painting an authentic view of life in Reading.

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The Ice People – Maggie Gee by Ben Spencer

Rating: 4/5
Published: 1998
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Set a near and bleak future where the effects of Global Warming plunge the Earth into near ruin, Maggie Gee’s science fiction novel The Ice People delivers an unsettling vision of humanity through the protagonist Saul and his attempts to survive against an ever changing world.

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X-Novo by Ken Hagdal Review by Jarod Lawley

Website http://www.kenhagdal.com
Publisher: Niflheimer Publishing
Covert Art by Natasha Gianni
Released: 2014
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Rating: 4/5

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Lost Souls – Poppy Z Brite by Jarod Lawley

Publisher: Penguin
Year: 1992
Pages: 368
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Rating: 5/5

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Morrissey – Autobiography by Jarod Lawley

Autobiography is a book by the British singer-songwriter Morrissey, released on 17th October 2013. It was published under the Penguin Classics imprint and was a number one best-seller in the UK!

Buy Book Here: http://www.amazon.co.uk/Autobiography-Morrissey/dp/0141394811

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Gayle Forman – If I Stay by Alex Bevan

http://www.gayleforman.com/books/if-i-stay/

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