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The Supernaturalists – Eoin Colfer

June 25, 2008


This book is one of the many stand-alone novels Eoin has written. Set A few hundred years into the future , where global warming is inches from explosion and society has lost any moral pride. Orphans are looked after in Labour Camps until they are 18. But until then , they are tested upon with […]

The Boy in the Striped Pyjamas – John Boyne

June 23, 2008


This small novel is one of John Boyne’s greatest works. Set in WWII  it revolves around a small 9 – yeard old noy called Bruno in Berlin , Germany. He knows little of the war. He hears the myths of savage westerners and ruthless battleships , and the damage that has been dealt during the […]

Artemis Fowl – Eoin( Owen ) Colfer

June 22, 2008


Artemis Fowl is the first novel by Eoin Colfer which is featured for older reading. The star of this book is Anti-Hero Boy Genius Artemis Fowl. Artemis fowl lives in modern day Ireland , but has recently stumbled upon a supposed fairy book of magic. He finds and tricks a fairy into givinh him a […]

Shade’s Children – Garth Nix

June 22, 2008


Shade’s Children is a stand-alone novel by Garth Nix, and perhaps the only one that teenagers can truly relate to.  It is set in modern day britain , and all adults have disappeared. Children are only allowed to live until they are of 14 years of age , and then they are killed and their […]

The Curse of The GloamGloazer – Paul Stewart & Chris Riddell

June 21, 2008


The Curse of the Gloamgloazer is not the first in the Edge Chronicles to be released , but it is the first on the plot timeline. Remember the Main character , Quint. He is main character only in this book , but most of the plot and events unfolded in the series revolves around him. […]

NightRise – Anthony Horowitz

June 20, 2008


Night Rise is the second most exclusive release in the Power of Five series , and also the longest in the series so far. This time we discover Three members of the power of five , two who feature strongly in the book and one who is included at the epilougue of the book. The […]

Class A – Robert Muchamore

June 19, 2008


  Class A is the second instalment in the CHERUB series , and perhaps the one that gives the series it’s down to earth precedent. This book wastes no time on getting straight into the book. It starts on a pacific hostel island , a holiday camp for the CHERUB’s. Even though they are on […]