Moonrise by Sarah Crossan

Joe Moon’s brother is on death row for a crime he says he didn’t commit.


Shortlisted for the YA Book Prize 2018

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The YA Book Prize 2018

Oh, it looks like I’m reading these too.


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2018/1943 Hugo Award Finalists announced

Well, this all sounds amazing.


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Thank you, Jacqueline Wilson!

Last month, I went to a writing workshop led by the fantastic Jacqueline Wilson. Jacqueline Wilson is Chancellor at the University of Roehampton, where I am studying, so I thought I would pop along and see what she had to say.

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After the Fire by Will Hill

A survivor from a religious cult tells her side of the story and learns to deal with the world Outside.


Shortlisted for the Carnegie Medal 2018 and the YA Book Prize 2018

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Lords of Arcadia by John Goode and JG Morgan

Kane thinks he is a normal teenage boy – or, in his words, a “sassy gay teenage boy” – until he falls in love with a fairy prince and realises his destiny lies outside the sleepy Iowa town of Athens. A much-needed fantasy series with a lot of attitude.


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Wed Wabbit by Lissa Evans

An accident throws ten-year-old Fidge into a world powered by her sister’s imagination.


Shortlisted for the Carnegie Medal 2018

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