Tristan and Dylan have escaped the afterlife. Now they must face the consequences. The stunning sequel to the truly original, award-winning Ferryman. This is a love story like no other, beautifully told, full of suspense, action and intense emotion.
It's the year 2089. The revolutions of the early 21st century have created a world divided between the Privileged few and the Native (Celtic) underclass. Sorlie lives a Privileged teenage life until it is smashed apart by the cruel death of his parents and he is forced to live with his ice-cold grandfather at a mysterious island penal colony.
When Peter puts the lake-bound sanctuary of Wranglestone in danger by allowing a stranger to come ashore, he's forced to leave and help rancher Cooper herd the dead from their shores. But as love blossoms between the pair, a dark discovery reveals the sanctuary's secret past.
The dramas, the traumas, the rumours - it's time to expose it all... The Perks of Being a Wallflower meets Mean Girls in this scathingly funny and relatable high-school takedown from the queen of UKYA.
Freddie is unremarkable - too unremarkable. He decides to follow a new, proactive philosophy designed to transform his social and romantic life: saying 'yes' to every opportunity. It works! He's becoming a whole new Freddie. But he soon learns that sometimes getting things wrong is part of figuring out what - and who - you really want.
Kristina Tomiak has been called up to join Poland's White Eagles. But when the Nazis reach her town Kristina must make a daring escape... Elizabeth Wein returns with another gripping historical novel, taking readers on a thrilling flight across war-torn Europe. Particularly suitable for struggling, reluctant or dyslexic readers aged 13+
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