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YA fiction at Edinburgh International Book Festival 2015

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Another day by David Levithan

The ghosts of heaven by Marcus Sedgwick

The ghosts of heaven by Marcus Sedgwick

Intriguing thriller written in non-linear quarters, following a blind teenage girl’s mission to find her father after his disappearance.

Sophie someone by Hayley Long

Sophie someone by Hayley Long

A teenage girl deals with an identity crisis upon discovering why her family moved from England to Belgium when she was a young child. Recommend for fans of Fire colour one by Jenny Valentine.

All my secrets by Sophie McKenzie

All my secrets by Sophie McKenzie

Thriller with a hint of romance. Evie is sent to the remote Lightsea island after uncovering family secrets. If you like this, you may enjoy As red as blood by Salla Simukka.

The baby by Lisa Drakeford

The baby by Lisa Drakeford

From the perspective of five narrators, this novels centres around the experiences and stigmas of teenage parenthood.

Another day by David Levithan

Another day by David Levithan

Contemporary romance with an unusual twist. The follow-up to the novel, Every day.

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