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Book 1
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Tanglewreck

A little way in the future, time is distorting. Time Tornadoes are causing havoc. People are whirled out of their own ti... MoreTanglewreck

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Book 2
Book 2

Spilled Water

When her husband dies, Lu Si-yan's mother is encouraged to sell her young daughter into domestic service. Lu Si-yan is j... MoreSpilled Water

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Book 3
Book 3

City of Masks

Set in Talia, a parallel world very similar to 16th-century Italy, the narrative follows Lucien, who in our world is ver... MoreCity of Masks

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Book 4
Book 4

Elsewhere

In this delightful novel, death is just the beginning...Liz is killed in a hit-and-run accident and her 'life' takes a v... MoreElsewhere

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Book 5
Book 5

Omega Place

Action packed, nail-biting teen drama, from author of Tokyo, Graham Marks. A young man runs away from home and into the ... MoreOmega Place

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Book 6
Book 6

Face

Benjamin Zephaniah's debut novel is a powerfully written and shocking story which is brought to life by his simple and d... MoreFace

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Book 7
Book 7

Refugee Boy

Alem is on holiday with his father for a few days in London. He has never been out of Ethiopia before and is very excite... MoreRefugee Boy

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Book 8
Book 8

A Gathering Light

An incredible and brilliant coming-of -age drama set at the turn-of-the-century in the USA and based on a real murder. W... MoreA Gathering Light

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Book 9
Book 9

Small Steps

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Book 10
Book 10

Ophelia

She is young, beautiful, and desperately in love with a man who cannot return her affections without arousing suspicion.... MoreOphelia

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    Refugee Boy

    I think this is best written book I have ever read. Alem is half Eritrean and half Ethiopian and both countries at war he is not welcome in either. So...