From resurrected sleuths to heart-warming tales about animals, here are the latest on the literary scene.
Generations have grown up with the late author's works, and many of his characters are well loved among enthusiasts of wuxia fiction.
Adam Silvera’s ‘More Happy Than Not’ is a clever teen sci-fi thriller about the nature of memories [Book review]
A teen makes the drastic decision to delete some unhappy memories in this YA novel, but it has some unintended consequences.
When we think of Halloween, we probably think of vampires and monsters – but not the tales that inspired them. Here’s why you need to give these spooky classics a read.
If you're new to Louis Chan's work, a good place to start would be with his popular wuxia novel The Legend of the Condor Heroes.
For some bedtime reading that will definitely have you pulling up the covers and keeping your lamp switched on, check out these creepy new YA novels.
A beloved character from Philip Reeve's ‘Mortal Engines’ series finally gets a book of her own in ‘Night Flights’ [Review]
Pirate Anna Fang is the protagonist of her very own adventure in author Philip Reeve's spin-off series.
The novel, set in a fictional fantasy country in Africa, is a thrilling tale that takes readers on a glorious adventure about a land that has banned the use of magic
Natasha Farrant’s 'The Children of Castle Rock' is a fun tale of friendship, freedom and family mysteries for YA readers [Review]
When 11-year-old Alice Mistlethwaite is sent to Stormy Loch boarding school, she embarks on a mysterious adventure with two new friends.
A scythe is a sharp tool used for cutting down long grass or crops. It has a wooden handle and a long curved metal blade.