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Reviews, recommendations, posts and ideas for and by young adults.
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
Welcome to Nowhere is an immensely well-researched book that fearlessly tackles a worldwide issue.
Emma found We Come Apart
beautifully written, heartbreaking but at the same time wonderful to read.
In Life in a Fishbowl, Len Vlahos creates "a bittersweet fusion of emotions that won’t let you go."