Rosie’s Reads in the June Issue of Fleet Life

June Fleet NewsThis month I’m proud to present the following books as part of Rosie’s Good Reads in my local Fleet Life magazine. Over 5000 copies go out to people in the area and the on-line version is available world wide. Go to www.fleetlife.org.uk click on the on-line directory and find me on page 10 of the June issue.

Call Nurse Millie by Jean Fullerton

The Griffin Cryer by Julia Hughes

The Haunting by Alan Titchmarsh

Can’t Sell, Won’t Sell by Sean and Daniel Campbell

A Year of Doing Good by Judith O’Reilly.

The Griffin Cryer by Julia Hughes

The Griffin CryerThe Griffin Cryer by Julia Hughes

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

This was a brilliant book for the YA market and very readable as an adult too. If you like dragons then you’ll enjoy the Griffin in this book.  Teenager Frankie, accidently summons a Griffin when whistling for her dog, and must then try to help the Griffin and it’s rider return home to their parallel universe. There is a mix of modern life and very old English Celt history, with the temptation of more books to come in the series. A great book.

http://www.amazon.co.uk/The-Griffin-Cryer-ebook/dp/B00AM5GQUG/ref=sr_1_1?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1367910482&sr=1-1&keywords=the+griffin+cryer

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This is the second book that I’ve read written by Julia, they are very well written and good YA stories.

A Raucous Time by Julia Hughes

A Raucous Time (The Celtic Cousins' Adventures)A Raucous Time by Julia Hughes

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

What a brilliant tale set around King John’s lost treasure and including links with King Arthur and Tintagel. Two boys are on the trail of the treasure, but there are plenty of others after both the boys and the treasure too. Who can they trust? Julia weaves a tale which hooks you and gets you urging the boys on in their search.

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