Category Archives: humour

Buffering: Unshared Tales of a Life Fully Loaded by Hannah Hart (2016)

Rating: 4 Stars. Years ago, I found Hannah Hart as she was just beginning her youtube career on My Drunk Kitchen. The first episode I ever watched was her freshly launched Hallowe’en Candy episode where she proceeded to rate various … Continue reading

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The Sun is Also a Star by Nicola Yoon (2016)

Rating: 5 Stars. It is rare, but every now and again, you find a book that floors you, leaves you weeping and with a heavy book hangover that no book will compare to for a very long time. This was … Continue reading

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Highly Illogical Behaviour by John Corey Whaley (2016)

Rating: 3.5 Stars. At the insistence of a book store clerk who seemed to have a shared taste in books, I was keen to give this a good crack. Solomon suffers from severe agoraphobia and hasn’t left his home in … Continue reading

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Kids of Appetite by David Arnold (2016)

Rating: 5 stars Vic’s father died two years ago, and in the midst of a breakdown, Vic runs away with his father’s urn and joins up with a band of misfits. He finds himself enamoured with Madeline (Mad), and receiving … Continue reading

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Downside Up by Richard Scrimger (2016)

4.2 stars Fred is in six grade and is still reeling from the loss of his dog Casey. One day, as he is walking home from school, and he loses his ball under a sewer grate. What he finds going … Continue reading

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The Inside of Out by Jenn Marie Thorne (2016)

Rating: 4 Stars. Daisy wants to be the ultimate supportive best friend to Hannah when she comes out as a lesbian right before junior year. Daisy quickly takes up the LGBTQIA cause and pleads to the school council to get … Continue reading

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America, but Better: The Canada part Manifesto by Chris Cannon and Brian Calvert (2012)

Rating: 4 Stars I picked this book up, because I was in the mood for something light, and a change from my fictional narratives. I’ve also been an avid follower of the Canada Party on youtube, and they’re just great. … Continue reading

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