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Book Review: Saint Nick and the Fir Tree by Nancy Adams

Review by Bec

Saint Nick and the Fir Tree is a cute little short story for Christmas time, perfect for reading to the children, especially if you know some curious children who wonder what Santa does after Christmas. Told from the perspective of a tree, this story tells of one such time, when Santa comes to visit to escape the snow on the day after Christmas. 

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Book Review: Pterripus—The Awakening by Kristl Thompson

Review by Sharon

This magical tale follows the adventures of Lilly, a child born of the Earth, whose destiny lies elsewhere, in a world called Nostobirum. On her fifteenth birthday, she is whisked away to an unfamiliar place to learn who she is, and what she must do to protect not only Buthania, (that world’s biggest land mass) but Earth as well. She must fulfil her destiny according to ancient prophecy. A great deal of responsibility is dumped on her teenage shoulders, and she carries that burden willingly, even though she doesn’t really believe that the prophecy pertains to her. 


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Book Review: Force of Habit by Marian Allen

Review by Bec

Being a bit of a science fiction junkie, I love when stories are set in space, involving aliens. And this one covers those bases, involving a few different species of aliens, a space ship, an alien planet and cultural misunderstandings caused from the relation of the above. It all makes for a very interesting setting overall, and one that serves well to highlight the intricate story and weaving plot that this book contains. 

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Book Review: Beneath by Adrian Price

Review by Sharon


This was a very fast read. It’s a short story, so a lot of information had to be crammed in 8 chapters. Three boys go fishing on Buffalo lake. Only one comes back. When the lake is searched for the missing boys, the searchers disappear beneath the waves. The lake is drained, and what is found there, is the stuff of nightmares - hence the horror genre. The story leaves off at a critical point, which sets the reader up for the follow up story. 


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