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  • Ride

    By Lisa Glass, Lisa Glass
    Lisa Glass, Lisa Glass
    'A STUNNING READ FOR SUMMER!'Reading in the SunshineAs a professional surfer, seventeen-year-old Iris has travelled the sun-kissed beaches of the globe. But after a tumultuous week in Miami leaves her heartbroken, Iris returns to her home town in the south coast of England. Putting her promising career on hold. Leaving behind Zeke, the boy who changed her world. Iris is desperate to get back to her old life, to the family and friends she grew up with. She wants to rediscover her passion for surfing. She needs to move on. But Iris soon realises it won't be that simple. Because while a summer romance might only last the season, first loves never truly leave you.
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  • Red Witch

    By Anna McKerrow, Anna McKerrow
    Anna McKerrow, Anna McKerrow
    Seventeen, heartbroken, powerful; Demelza Hawthorne has run away from home and the safety of the Greenworld.In the cities of the Redworld, Melz discovers she's special, and for the first time in her life, desired. And not just for her magical talents. When Melz meets the young but influential Bran, their attraction is instant and electric. In the Redworld, with Bran by her side, Melz believes she can reach her true potential. But the world Bran promises Melz is ravaged by war and violence. Fuel is running out, and people will do anything to gain control of the remaining resources. Melz may be more powerful than ever, but power can be a curse in the wrong hands.
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  • Roman Riddle

    By Eleanor Hawken, Eleanor Hawken, Steve May, Lee Maxwell Simpson
    Eleanor Hawken, Eleanor Hawken
    Illustrated by:
    Steve May
    Read by:
    Lee Maxwell Simpson
    How to build an accidental time machine: 1. Activate your homemade particle accelerator 2. Fail to supervise your pet chameleon 3. Watch in horror as he kicks a quartz rock in front of the particle ray... and BAM! Let the adventures begin! Join Felix Frost, secret boy genius, his chameleon Einstein and his classmate Missy as they travel back in time to Ancient Rome, where terrifying danger and embarrassing togas await. But can they solve the riddle of a mysterious gladiator skeleton without getting themselves skewered in the gladiator arena? Funny, fast-paced and full of you-won't-believe-it facts, Felix Frost: Time Detective will have readers hooked on history and sold on science!
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  • The Raven Queen

    By Che Golden
    Che Golden
    Maddy and her cousins are ready for battle. War in the faerie realm threatens to spill into the human world. The three cousins are determined to protect all they love from the Tuatha, the fearsome faerie leaders. As the Morrighan, the supreme monarch of the Tuatha, awakes, Maddy realises she's going to need more than just physical strength and luck to survive. The Tuath are notorious tricksters, and Maddy will have to outsmart them for good - or else plunge two whole worlds into the darkest chaos.
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    By Alison Cherry
    Alison Cherry
    Top student. Beauty queen. Girlfriend of the hottest football jock. Felicity's got everything. And it's all down to her red, red hair. Felicity lives in Scarletville, the world's only redhead sanctuary, where red hair is celebrated, protected - and the key to success. But Felicity has a secret. A red hot secret. And if anyone finds out, she's finished. Because Felicity's actually a natural blonde. And in Scarletville, blondes need not apply.
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  • Reckoning

    By Lili St. Crow
    Lili St. Crow
    Nobody expected Dru Anderson to survive this long. Not Graves. Not Christophe. Not even Dru herself. She's battled killer zombies, jealous djamphirs, and bloodthirsty suckers straight out of her worst nightmares. But now that Dru has bloomed into a full-fledged svetocha - rare, beautiful, and toxic to all vampires - the worst is yet to come. Because getting out alive is going to cost more than she's ever imagined. And in the end, is survival really worth the sacrifice?
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  • Raised by Wolves

    By Jennifer Lynn Barnes, Jennifer Lynn Barnes, Quercus
    Jennifer Lynn Barnes, Jennifer Lynn Barnes, Quercus
    Pack life is about order, but Bryn is about to push all the limits, with hair-raising results. At the age of four, Bryn watched a rabid werewolf brutally murder her parents. Alone in the world, she was rescued and taken in by Callum, the alpha of his pack. Now fifteen, Bryn's been as a human among werewolves, adhering to pack rule. Little fazes her. But the pack's been keeping a secret, and when Bryn goes exploring against Callum's orders, she finds Chase, a newly turned teen Were locked in a cage. Terrifying memories of the attack on her parents come flooding back. Bryn needs answers, and she needs Chase to get them. Suddenly, all allegiances to the pack no longer matter. It's Bryn and Chase against the werewolf world, whatever the consequences. A thrilling new YA adventure, with an electrifying link between a tough heroine and an exciting boy-were at its heart, Raised by Wolves will leave you howling for more.
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  • The Ring of Five

    By Eoin McNamee, Eoin McNamee
    Eoin McNamee, Eoin McNamee
    The Ring of Five, ruthless leaders of the Lower World, are growing stronger. Wilsons spy academy is the only force left protecting the Upper World and its power is fading. They must find a spy to infiltrate the Ring, one who has the mark of the fifth, one who has treachery written on his heart. Danny is on the way to his new boarding school when he is kidnapped. He has been handpicked to join Wilsons, dedicated to the defeat of the ruthless Cherbs led by the Ring of Five. Danny makes friends and settles into his rigorous spy training. But with his different coloured eyes and his pointed features, he looks like a Cherb, attracting enemies and several attempts on his life. But no danger compares to the mission that Master Devoy sends him on: Danny must reach the Lower World to infiltrate the Ring. He is determined not only to be the best spy but to keep his friends. But he is soon to discover he can trust no one, not even himself...
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    The Reformed Vampire Support Group

    By Catherine Jinks
    Catherine Jinks
    The trouble with being a vampire is . . . You can't get a decent haircut. You live on guinea-pig blood. And even worse, most of the world's population wants to kill you. For no good reason. Nina Harrison became a vampire in 1973, when she was fifteen. Since then, life's been one big drag - mostly because she spends all her time with a bunch of vampires, in a vampire therapy group.Then one of them gets staked by an anonymous vampire slayer, and things become even worse: while tracking down the culprit, Nina and her fellow vampires end up in the middle of an illegal werewolf-fighting racket, and find themselves the target of some genuine villains who'll stop at nothing to get their werewolf back.
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