Doctor Who: The Secret in Vault 13: new cover image revealed

As reported by Cultbox back in April, Penguin Books planned the release of The Secret in Vault 13, a book featuring the the thirteenth Doctor written by David Solomons. The publisher has now released an animated image of the cover of the book. Diddly-dum, diddly-dum, woo-woo! Quite excited to reveal the cover of my first Dr … >

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5 of the most influential YA writers

We tend to think of the Young Adult (YA) genre as a fairly new section of the book shelf, but in fact it’s a far older category than many realise, with roots that stretch down well over a hundred years, and through almost every genre: from action and adventure to horror and heartbreak. As new … >

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7 of this summer’s best books

With so many good books to read – from paperbacks to eBooks – and not enough summer (especially here in the UK!) you need to make the right choices for your holiday reading. After all, summer is supposed to let you relax before another year at school. Here are seven of the best books to … >

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4 questions to answer for an interesting book review

A book review can possibly be one of the more hackneyed requirements in your English or Humanities class. After reading a novel or a collection of poems, it is very likely that your teacher will articulate the expected and yet highly dreaded: make a book review. Outside the premises of the school, there is a … >

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‘Star Trek Vault’ book review

A book that claims to cover 40 years of the most popular science-fiction TV show that America has ever created needs to justify such a statement with an exhaustive volume.

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