The Electric Kingdom

By David Arnold

Fly

The electric Kingdom is super weird, different, twisty and mind blowing.  This books takes you on an amazing journey!!!

When a deadly Fly Flu sweeps the globe, it leaves a shell of the world that once was. Among the survivors are eighteen-year-old Nico and her dog, on a voyage devised by Nico's father to find a mythical portal; a young artist named Kit, raised in an old abandoned cinema; and the enigmatic Deliverer, who lives Life after Life in an attempt to put the world back together. As swarms of infected Flies roam the earth, these few survivors navigate the woods of post-apocalyptic New England, meeting others along the way, each on their own quest to find life and love in a world gone dark. 

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The Stars

In this unique book, the author, Shirley Marr took a wild dive off the traditional layout for stories and wrote the entire book in second person. Being in second person, you are immersed into the story as if it was happening to you.

It tells the story of a little girl who has just immigrated from another country. Her adventure is not like other stories, her story is normal… with a small exception.

The story is mainly about just trying to fit into a society you never wanted to be in.

This book immerses you until you are done. I couldn’t put it down!

Review sourced from Shelftalkers https://www.shelftalkers.slav.vic.edu.au/

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Rainfish evokes its North Queensland

small-town setting beautifully.

The heat, the humidity and the unforgiving wet-season all come alive.

The characters are relatable and very real. Aaron, is about to start high school, he lives with his mum and older brother.

Struggling to find his place in the family and to make friends, Aaron spends one fateful afternoon with the “wrong” person.

His action that afternoon haunt him for the rest of the novel. 

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Your go-to reference guide for life's important financial decisions and milestones, from high school and beyond.

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Having some cash in your pocket can be really exciting. And when it's used as a force for good, those pennies have the power to change the world. But managing money can seem daunting, especially in uncertain times. This book is here to build your confidence, transform you into a money expert and look toward the future.
 

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