The first week of the first year at university is called “Freshers’ Week”, and it’s a time new uni students look forward to. Freshers’ Week is always packed with parties, new faces, new places, new experiences and new activities.
Growing up, the writer struggled to find characters in the books she read who looked like her. So she create them herself.
The illegitimate daughter of an English aristocrat has a supernatural ability that others want for their own ends.
Something very weird is starting again in the small American town that teenager Mikey Mitchell calls home. It’s happened before when vampires and soul-sucking ghosts tried to overrun the place. But that’s not all.
When a painting is stolen from the Guggenheim and Ted's Aunt Gloria is framed, our heroes are sent racing through New York to find the real culprit.
Joe reconnects with his brother, who was convicted of killing a policeman ten years ago. What truths will their budding relationship reveal?
If ever a book could persuade you to throw your e-reader away for good, it is this terrific piece of YA fiction by Pam Smy.
The novel follows the story of Jonny, who swaps his brother, Ted, on the internet. Hilarity ensues.
Lauren Wolk has hit the jackpot with a stunning novel very different in subject matter and themes from the story she told in Wolf Hollow.
The past 12 months were an exciting time for book lovers, with releases from well loved authors like John Green, Veronica Roth and Patrick Ness, as well as some awe-inspiring debuts, such as Angie Thomas’ The Hate U Give.