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Books ideal for readers aged 14+

 
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The Island from Olivia Levez is a gripping YA/teen novel which certainly keeps the reader guessing.

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Kathryn Evan's debut Young Adult novel is quite something. More of Me contains a brilliantly imaginative plotline told with precision and flair.

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Review written for MBC by Elinor Nash, Artist & YA Writer. Twitter. ‘Before they died they were best friends.’ Anne Cassidy, Looking for JJ and Finding Jennifer Jones, is back with a new Young Adult novel - Moth Girls. 

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Mind Your Head written by Juno Dawson, with advice from Dr Olivia Hewitt, is an essential non-fiction tome for young adult readers.  Juno Dawson tackles mental health with directness, empathy and warmth. Essential advice by Dr Olivia Hewitt adds to its credibility as a go to, supportive guide to mental health.

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Adults may think they've cornered the colouring book market, however Beautiful Birds Colouring Book from Emmanuelle Walker will suit both little and big hands quite perfectly. 

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'Once upon a time, a hundred years ago, there was a dark and stormy girl.' and so begins The Wolf Wilder, an exquisitely written novel from Katherine Rundell. Full of drama and atmosphere this is a wonderfuly fast paced novel.

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Cloud 9 Hot
Review of Alex Campbell's YA novel Cloud 9 written for MBC by Elinor Nash, Artist & YA Author. Twitter. ‘Happiness can be caught if you don’t make waves.’ This is one of the many ‘encouragements’ of PharmaCare, the company behind a pioneering drug, Leata, a pill to ensure people will never be unhappy again. Schools and parks are sponsored by Leata. Everywhere, people on Leata look better, feel better. With fewer cases of depression, even mental hospitals are closing, So wouldn’t you take the drug?

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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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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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