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Darkmouth: Chaos Descends

Full of danger, intrigue but also lots of humour, Chaos Descends is the third part of Shane Hegarty’s thrilling Darkmouth series. Ten months after almost destroying both Darkmouth and the Infected Side in order to rescue his dad, Finn is getting ready to take part in his completion ceremony, and become a real Legend Hunter,…

Lady Midnight

Emma Carstairs is a Shadowhunter, haunted by the murder of her parents when she was a young girl. Several years later, the discovery of a series of murders that are almost identical to that of her parents sets Emma on a very dangerous path that could lead her to break Shadowhunters law, as she tries…

Love, Hate & Other Filters

17-year-old Maya is struggling to find a way to tell her strict Indian parents that she wants to go to school in New York to study film, rather than go to a college close to home and study law. As she says, ‘My parents are frozen in the past, in the India of their youth.’…

Norse Myths: Tales of Odin, Thor and Loki

Myths – Nothing but a story and a beginning or a great way to learn more about history and also ourselves? This new collection of Norse myths is beautifully balanced between the scary and the funny stories. These dramatic, enthralling and atmospheric tales are based on the Scandinavian myth cycle – one of the greatest…

The Beginning Woods

People are disappearing everywhere, but no one knows why. These disappearances are called Vanishings, but what are they and why are only adults affected? Trying to find any kind of answer, Boris searches endlessly for a possible scientific answer, without any success, until one evening he meets an old woman who tells him a story…

Useless Bay

Whidbey Island is famous for the Gray Quintuplets who are the island’s unofficial search and rescue team, but when their young friend Grant Shepherd goes missing, the two families are almost torn apart because one of the Grays was the last one seen with him. Pixie and her brothers always assigned blame based on a…



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