The Cuba Press
May 13, 2022
Never before had I dreamed of the history of our capital city; oh how that was a mistake! Calling fans of scandal, history, and colonial politics, Jerningham by Cristina Sanders takes you on a journey to the crossroads of our country – as Britannia tries to make its home amongst Māori – characters emerge themselves in scandal spicing up the formation of the colony.
Arthur Lugg finds himself on the other side of the world at an outpost, starting a new life in the latest colony of the New Zealand Company – the Wakefield’s big, ambitious venture to bring affordable upper-class living to the masses. Read more
The Island of Lost Horses
April 19, 2022
Stacy Gregg’s The Island of Lost Horses has everything a keen reader could want: suspense, drama, and best of all, horses. It is about a girl named Beatriz who loves horses but has never actually ridden one. She lives on a floating boat with her mum, who studies jellyfish.
When they find an island with horses, Beatriz knows that something is different. Something is calling her to the island, drawing her in. She decides to go investigate more, and to her surprise, finds a sole inhabitant. Read more