Game Review: FIFA 19

28th August 2019

FIFA is a classic game we have all loved and played for years! From FIFA International Soccer which was released on 15th July 1993, all the way to FIFA 19 which was released on 28th September 2018. We have had over 25 years of blissful enjoyment from being able to control the best players across […]

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Book Review: Wolf Brother

22nd August 2019

Wolf Brother is the best book in the series of the Chronicles of Ancient Darkness. After the Ice Age, more than 5,000 years ago, a young boy named Torak understood the natural world he lived in. Prey that was hunted would not be wasted – not one ounce. Deer not only gave them food, but […]

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TV Review: Stranger Things

11th August 2019

Stranger Things is an American Netflix Original TV series, written and directed by the Duffer Brothers. The first season was released in July 2016, and the third was just released in July this year. Set in the fall of 1984, about a year after missing child Will Byers was found again, he is plagued by […]

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The Best Banned Books

5th October 2017

You know, the thought of books being banned due to their content, for the creative vision of an author to be banned in certain countries, must be a hard pill to swallow. If you’re in school you may have seen displays showing the books that certain people may not want you reading. But these aren’t […]

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Kingdom Hearts Union Cross analysis

17th May 2017

There was no fanfare when Kingdom Hearts Unchained Cross arrived on the app store. In fact, it was only met with a polite clap and maybe a muffled cough or so from its dedicated fanbase. Most people where actually worried by this new Kingdom Hearts game. What was it doing at the bottom of the […]

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Artemis Fowl

28th February 2017

I recently finished the first AMAZING book in the Artemis Fowl series. I was spellbound from start to finish by the 12-year-old genius and his diabolical plan to separate an entire fairy police force from a large chunk of their gold. The plot is fast-paced and punchy, with a dry sense of humour and great […]

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Cafe Review: Costa

18th February 2017

Costa is a wonderful place to sit and have a snack. It is child friendly with the delicious hot chocolate and tasty cakes and tarts. It has impeccable service and very friendly staff. Olivia Barnett, 10, said, “The flapjacks and popcorn are nice!” Costa is famous for its coffee. People from all parts of town […]

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Restaurant Review: Kaspa’s

16th February 2017

Kaspa’s is a dessert restaurant, which is in town on Clayton Street. It sells thousands of desserts such as ice cream, milkshakes, waffles, crepes, cake, slushies, chocolate and lots more! Their service is pretty fast for such a busy place. I’ve heard lots of great reviews like Tia, who said, “I love the atmosphere because […]

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National Geographic Kids

15th February 2017

This is a magazine about wildlife and the world. Some of the children’s favorite pages are: Inside Scoop, Weird World and the posters. It also comes with a piece of paper that gives you a little bit of info before you actually read it. It also comes with some animal cards that give you true […]

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First Class Murder

9th February 2017

This book is about murder and is not suitable for people who are scared of murder. It is about a rich lady who is stabbed with a paper knife by her own husband, because she has left a lot of money in her will and he wants that money. Someone else helps him and made […]

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Restaurant Review: Nando’s

9th February 2017

Nando’s is a Portuguese, family oriented restaurant. While its main food specially is chicken, they also offer a wide selection of veggie burgers and wraps. This restaurant is a decent price and you also get a discount if you work in the NHS.   They do an appetising kids menu, which offers huge portion sizes […]

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Kirby Planet Robobot Has Landed!

29th November 2016

Nintendo’s little pink gumball is back for a new adventure. He seems to have moved to a new planet (Planet Popstar) at the worst possible time: The evil Haltmann works Inc. is  stealing it’s resources so Kirby returns the favour, steals the prototype robobot armour, and sets of to beat the stuffing out of the […]

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New Pokemon Confirmed

15th November 2016

Pokemon Sun and Moon is the home of  gen VII Pokémon . The game, which is out on the 23rd boasts Pokémon ranging from the weird (Exeggcute, I’m talking to you. And don’t even mention Yungoos) to the cool (Litten, Alola Marrowak and Salandit) to the ones which make you wonder whether Game Freak has gone mad (Digglet, you […]

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Movie Review: The Secret Life of Pets

13th October 2016

The geniuses at Illumination and Universal (Despicable Me, Minions) have done it again, in this hilarious animated comedy movie for the whole family. Starring Louis C.K (American Hustle, Role Models), Eric Stonestreet (Identity Thief, Bad Teacher) and Kevin Hart (Central Intelligence, Ride Along), this is a treat that’s hard to beat. The reviews for this […]

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Movie Review: Pete’s Dragon

12th October 2016

Pete’s Dragon, a remake of the (frankly pants) Disney film from 1977, has been released recently. This new version is a vast improvement on the original film, portraying Pete as a young Tarzan, lost in the woods after a car crash. However, he soon befriends a gargantuan, emerald dragon named Elliot. Years later, a forest […]

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Book Review: Girl Online

10th March 2016

Zoe Elizabeth Sugg (known as Zoella on YouTube) is a beauty and entertainment vlogger (video blogger), and entertains millions of fans every day. She is so successful that she’s had two books published, and has her own make-up brand which she released earlier this year. Her books are amazing. The series is about a girl […]

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