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Reviews, recommendations, posts and ideas for and by young adults.
Emma found Double Digit "a worthy sequel" to A Girl Named Digit.
New titles from Rae Earl, Tanya Landman, Patrick Ness and more.
Emma loved Wing Jones and is excited to read Katherine Webber's future work
Emma found Charisma intriguing and enjoyable.
Kate found Island a category-defying tale, well worth a read.
In The Liar's Handbook, a funny, engaging and determined character with a penchant for storytelling investigates his mum's new boyfriend's lies.
The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-time features an "amazing plot and characters"
A Tragic Kind of Wonderful deals convincingly with bipolar disorder, friendships, relationships and sexuality.
A Girl Named Digit has it all: adventure, mystery, love and humour
New titles from Jenny McLachlan, Brigid Kemmerer and Jeff Zentner