Monthly Archives: July 2017

Blog Posts: 1–11 of 14
  1. Promise Me by Ann Evans

    Promise Me by Ann Evans

    Posted on: Jul 24, 2017

    Cathy is in love with Amos, the boy next door. He is everything she could ever want. They talk all the time. He makes her laugh. He even writes songs for her. 

    The trouble is, Cathy has never set eyes on Amos. He locks himself away, and won’t say why.

    Cathy wants more. She dreams of a normal life with him. But Amos is not a normal teenage boy…

  2. Break by Jennifer Lane

    Break by Jennifer Lane

    Posted on: Jul 21, 2017

    Something is wrong. 

    When Vinny smells burning in his mate’s car, he doesn’t know that it will change his life forever. 

    Can he get to the bottom of who tried to kill them, even if it means bringing down one of his closest friends?

  3. Wasted by Karen Moncrieffe

    Wasted by Karen Moncrieffe

    Posted on: Jul 20, 2017

    Jade and Layla have been best friends for years, but then something comes between them. Alcohol. 

    When Jade discovers drinking, she begins to lose interest in anything other than boozing, partying and meeting guys. She becomes more reckless and wild. She can’t see that she might be in danger. 

    As Jade’s passion for drinking spins out of control, Layla is forced to make a difficult choice to keep her safe. 

  4. Silent Valley by Cliff McNish

    Silent Valley by Cliff McNish

    Posted on: Jul 19, 2017

    As a child, Carrie was abandoned by her mother. Suzanna let go of her hand, and just walked away.

    Little girls don’t forget things like that.

    Now, Suzanna is back. She wants forgiveness. She wants to make it up to Carrie.

    But what will happen when they enter the Silent Valley? 

  5. Runaway by Ann Evans

    Runaway by Ann Evans

    Posted on: Jul 18, 2017

    Running away from a brutal home is Gary's only option. 

    He plans his escape well. He saves enough money to rent a room until he can find a job. He’s going to make a good life for himself.

    But when Gary’s plans go horribly wrong, he ends up homeless, broke and sleeping on the streets.

    Could life get any worse?

  6. Kiss the Sky by Daniel Blythe

    Kiss the Sky by Daniel Blythe

    Posted on: Jul 17, 2017

    Joel and his older sister Elise live in an isolated farmhouse in Yorkshire. They don’t always get on, but they make the best of their life on the bleak, windswept moors. Joel is more interested in birdwatching than his studies, while partying distracts Elise from work. 

    When a new friend, Grace, enters their lives, she turns all their assumptions upside down. 

  7. Have a Go by Jon Mayhew

    Have a Go by Jon Mayhew

    Posted on: Jul 13, 2017

    Sixteen-year-old Jamie Garson thinks the world of his dad. To Jamie, Dad is a hero. 

    When Jamie and his dad foil the robbery of a corner shop, their lives are turned upside down. Dad becomes a hero to everyone and Jamie is a celebrity at school. 

    But not everyone is so happy for them. Heroes attract enemies and Jamie finds there’s a deadly downside to fighting crime.

  8. Refugee Kid by Catherine Bruton

    Refugee Kid by Catherine Bruton

    Posted on: Jul 12, 2017

    “Tell us again exactly how old you are.”

    “I already said. I am fifteen.” 

    “And how did you get to the UK?”

    “Your police found me. In a lorry. Please, can you tell me where my brother is?”

    Samir promised to look after his little brother Moosa on the dangerous journey from Syria — across the Mediterranean, through refugee camps and then in an airless container to England. 

    But what has the journey cost him?

    Will he be able to keep his promise?

    And will they ever find a way home?

  9. Final Girl by Tim Collins

    Final Girl by Tim Collins

    Posted on: Jul 11, 2017

    Zombies have taken over the world and all the remaining humans are crammed into a small compound. 

    Eve is the only person ever to have survived a zombie attack. The scientists think she could be the key to saving the human race.

    But when she meets a boy called Zac, she comes up with a plan of her own.

  10. Annie by Tommy Donbavand

    Annie by Tommy Donbavand

    Posted on: Jul 10, 2017

    Be very careful if you’re ever around Jack Potter.

    Not only does the 16-year-old love to play pranks on people for his YouTube channel, but the old house he and his family live in is haunted by a ghost called Annie.

    Thankfully, Annie is a friendly spirit. She isn’t a danger to Jack and his family.

    Until Jack’s girlfriend comes to stay for the weekend, and Annie gets jealous…

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