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There are some books that don't stand the test of time, and this is one of them. Triggering scenes, repugnant central characters, this truly has it all!
The Dark Highlander, Karen M Moning's 2002 novel of time travel, love, druid magic and a battle between good and evil was the subject of our podcast this week...listen to find out what we thought.
YA novels are on the rise, and have been since Harry Potter was released. In our podcast this week we took a look at the sort of romance included in these books. We also take a look at the YA novels of the 1980s...how do they fare today?
To the Moon and Back by Jill Mansell was the subject of week 11, and the fifth book in our virtual book club. In episode 10 we talk all about the book, how it made us feel, what it made us think and what we thought about it.
In episode 9 we covered the authors who have made the cut onto our separate 'must-buy' lists. They might be short now, but they certainly weren't, at some point!
Sally wanted to talk about the Hunger Games and the strange little threesome that wasn't quite a threesome...or a love triangle. Through hardship a bond was formed and not even lost limbs, brainwashing and attempted murder could completely sever it.