This thriller proves that if it seems too good to be true, then that usually means it is.
One adorable, mint green bundle of creative ideas and immediate pick-you-ups!
Rae Earl's writing was so inclusive of her reader that it felt more like a conversation with my own brain than the musings of another.
Extropia: Mind Game by Robin Bootle is as immediately immersive as the virtual reality it focuses on
An impossible heist with an unforgettable cast of characters.
Every parent's worst nightmare comes to life in Maile Meloy's Do Not Become Alarmed.
The Raging Light sequel, But Then I Came Back, is contemporary YA at its heartbreaking finest.
Quidditch players, football lads and a whole lot of Listerine shots.
Penny Joelson has provided a riveting young adult thriller with great diverse representation.
Explore life under the big top, complete with sibling rivalry and the allure of forbidden love, in Lisa Heathfield's 'Flight of a Starling'.
'Birthrights' by J. Kyle Mcneal quickly proved itself as a solid newcomer to the high kingdom fantasy genre.