Bloomsbury YA

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Not Like Other Girls

After nude pictures of her were blasted across the internet, Jo-Lynn Kirby has become a social pariah. Dealing with the fallout of this, Jo’s troubles only double when her former best friend Maddie goes missing and is written off as a runaway. To get to the bottom of Maddie’s mystery disappearance, Jo must reinfiltrate the world that has cast her out. However, as she starts digging into the truth, she’s forced to recount the most vulnerable parts of her past that she has tried so hard to forget.

Book Cover - You're Not Supposed to Die Tonight

You're Not Supposed to Die Tonight

Fans of teen horror movies will relish this book which is a homage to the classic slasher movie genre. It tells the story of a group of teenagers who run a horror simulation game in a remote setting in the woods. After the explosive opening chapter, readers will be ready for an onslaught of cheesy horror, but then the pace changes, as a sense of impending doom begins to slowly build …

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This Wicked Fate

This Wicked Fate is the second and final book in Kalynn Bayron’s mesmerising duology that is rooted in Greek mythology. This is the ideal book for teenagers that have graduated from Rick Riordan’s Percy Jackson series and are looking for another series based on ancient history to sink their teeth into.

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Gwen and Art Are Not in Love

Primarily set in Camelot, England this story brings together the mystical and the modern in its tackling of themes such as familial expectations, public perception, royal legacy, and queer identity.

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Let's Play Murder

Let’s Play Murder follows Veronica, a 15-year-old girl whose life is in limbo as her brother, Max, is hospital bound and in need of life saving and expensive treatment. When Max convinces Veronica to pick up a Virtual Reality Headset and play with him, the reader soon learns that there is a reason Veronica has been avoiding playing VR.

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As Long as the Lemon Trees Grow

Eighteen year old Salama volunteers as a nurse at her local hospital in Syria. For fifty years, the country has been under dictatorship, and the Free Syrian Army has taken to the streets to protect civilians.

Book Cover - She is a Haunting

She is a Haunting

Jade Nguyen has never really been able to fit in – but she’s always been able to lie just enough to get by. Her sexuality, her heritage, the way she’s expected to live her life, it all feels like a constant conflict. Now, she finds herself in Vietnam for the summer with her estranged father. If she can survive five weeks of awkward interactions and ignore the strange feeling she can’t shake off in the French colonial house her father is attempting to fix up, she’ll have made it to college and to freedom.

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In this wonderful sequel to the sparkling Golden Boys, author Phil Stamper picks up the narrative of Gabriel, Reese, Sal and Heath after a life-changing summer that saw all four boys scattered across the United States. Now, the next life stage awaits them – as graduation looms large in the school calendar, each of the boys realises they’re on the brink of something they could never have imagined, as their lives after high school start to take shape.

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We’ve all heard tell of the Medusa – a legendary monster with snakes for hair and a piercing gaze that turns even the bravest men to stone. But how did a frightened girl who loved to sail transform into such a fearsome creature? And what did Medusa think when she first looked out from the cliffs of her island exile to see a beautiful boy washing ashore?

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Piecing Me Together

Piecing Me Together is a thought-provoking and engrossing novel about a young teenager, Jade, who describes herself as one of those girls ‘with coal skin and hula-hoop hips’ brought up to ‘take opportunities every chance we get’. Raised in New Columbia, one of the poorer areas of Portland, Oregon (the author’s native city), Jade, a bright, creative girl with a particular interest in learning new languages and the arts, certainly does avail, or at least is encouraged to avail, of many opportunities.