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Books ideal for readers aged 14+

 
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One Hot
One by Sarah Crossan is a touching YA novel from a wonderfully unique voice. Crossan's verse novel tells the moving story of Grace. Grace has a wonderful sister called Tippi. They are twins. Conjoined twins, about to face a life changing decision.

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Finding Audrey is Sophie Kinsella's (of Shopaholic fame) first foray into the world YA literature.  14 year old Audrey is recovering from an anxiety disorder. Whilst the reader knows that an incident at school sparked Audrey's illness, crucially the details of the incident aren't revealed. Rather, the focus is on Audrey, her recovery ... and her hilarious family.

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Finding Audrey
Review written for MBC by Elinor Nash, Artist & YA Writer. Twitter. Professor Stephen Hawking is quoted as suggesting that we should develop cyber-technology which ‘makes possible a direct connection between brain and computer.' Sarah Govett’s debut novel, The Territory, has taken this vision of our future to create an utterly compelling and dark dystopia.

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The Territory
Review written for MBC by Elinor Nash, Artist & YA Writer. Twitter. What would you do if you were forced out from the place you thought safest into the places you fear the most?

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Game Changer
The Art of Being Normal by Lisa Williamson, new for 2015, is the YA novel that EVERYONE will be talking about this year. Beautifully written, and sensitively portrayed Williamson tackles notions of identity and sexuality head on with warmth and humour. Oh, and then there's that ending too ...!

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The Art of Being Normal
The Disreputable History of Frankie Landau-Banks by E Lockhart was first published in the US back in 2008. I'm delighted that it has been released by Hot Key Books in the UK. (You have read her novel We Were Liars haven't you?)

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The Disreputable History of Frankie Landau-Banks
Eloquent, delicate and compelling describes Clare Furniss' YA novel The Year of the Rat. Furniss touchingly relays a year in the life of 15 year old Pearl, which begins at the funeral of her mother.

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The Year of the Rat
Catherine Bruton's YA novel, I Predict A Riot, takes the infamous London riots of 2011 as its starting theme.  Fabulous dialogue, an energetic pace and a myriad of diverse characters whose paths intertwine make I Predict A Riot a great book to sink in to. 

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I Predict A Riot
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We Were Liars
Love Letters to the Dead from Ava Dellaira is an absorbing, sink in to kind of novel which captures so much within a short space of time.

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Love Letters to the Dead
 
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