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Reviews, recommendations, posts and ideas for and by young adults.
Amélie recommends Things a Bright Girl Can Do to fans of history and romance.
The Dollmaker of Krakow is an astounding, gorgeously-written debut novel.
Exciting new titles from Philippa Gregory, Emily Barr and Kerry Drewery
The Loneliest Girl in the Universe will appeal to fans of science fiction, adventure and romance alike.
Alex, Approximately follows a teenage film buff as she rekindles her relationship with her father, forms new friendships and tries to track down a mysterious internet friend over one epic summer.
The Treatment is a pacy, gripping novel that will appeal to anyone who enjoys thrillers.
Genuine Fraud is a great book, full of twists and turns.
Here I Stand: stories that stand for freedom: stories that stand for freedom is thought-provoking and deeply moving.
Stock librarian Sophie picks out the Young Adult titles that have enthralled Suffolk Libraries staff and customers in 2017.
A Semi Definitive List of Worst Nightmares features a sweet, slow-burning romance and deals with dark themes of mental illness beautifully.