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  • Hingston's Box

    Decima Blake

    Since investigating the disappearance of fifteen-year-old twin boys, Hingston - a young, talented Detective Sergeant, has been tormented by night terrors. On waking, he remembers a vast, golden meadow that glows with warmth and carries the sound of rapid footfalls and trouser legs pushing through grasses. A curly haired boy runs tirelessly through the meadow. The promise of adventure is lost when the sickening ach

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  • Pretty on the Outside

    Ninette Vosloo

    Rocket and her friends Marco, Frank and his girlfriend attend a carnival to climb an old disused roller coaster. This has not been their first crazy stunt in search for adrenaline. After their climb, Rocket decides to hang around at the carnival and enjoy some of the less treacherous things the place has to offer. While roaming around the carnival Rocket meets a young girl called Sachi. At that

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  • The Lily and the Rose

    Nick Morrice

    As young Ben turns seven, all he thinks about are the legends of King Arthur and his Knights of the Round Table. And yet, as he grows up, it slowly dawns on him that his own life appears to be running parallel with that of Sir Gawain, the hero of his favourite medieval poem. Ben's life changes dramatically, but how does he end up in Nepal and Bangladesh, helping a young man fulfil his own ambitions?

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  • The Bag

    D.J. Cattrell

    The day had finally come for Sarah to meet her sister Rachel after eight years. Being in a different world, Sarah was determined to be re-united with Rachel back in her original world, with ‘The Bag'. But does that solve all the problems? The witch, ‘The Esmeralda', makes her way into her new world aiming to take hold of ‘The Bag' from Sarah. 

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  • Shadows of Tomorrow

    Jessica Meats

    Read by Jake Urry Earth is at war. Portals are opening across the planet and bringing creatures known as Outsiders. Their only desire is to eat, leaving a trail of destruction in their path. The only people who can stop them are the Defenders – led by Gareth Walker – who can open portals of their own to target the Outsiders in minutes. Gareth’s

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  • The Most Curious Case of the Runaway Spoon

    Tony Flannagan

    Read by Josephine Hall   Amelia wakes to find a note behind the little green door.   WE MUST SPEAK NOW!   What could it mean? Amelia had received hundreds of fairy letters over the years - but not recently - and this note hasn't even been signed.   Amelia has b

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  • The Absolution of Otto Finkel

    John R McKay

    Brittany: in the summer of 1928, twelve-year-old Jack Graham and his brother Francis befriend the quiet German, Otto Finkel and together with the enigmatic Jean-Luc and virtuous Marco, they are involved in a serious case of misadventure that leaves a man dead and one of the boys disfigured.   The memories for most of them fade with time but for Otto, the mental scarring matches the physica

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  • Risk It For a Biscuit

    Linda Tegerdine

    Biscuit is a dog with a difference. She relates her own story to us of life in a normal family. From a bewildering start of hearing things she does not understand, she moves to an increased comprehension of new words and events. Sometimes we wonder what limits there are to her perception. Biscuit takes us smoothly and imperceptibly from her initial world of unfamiliar sounds and behaviours to one whe

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  • The Bucket

    D.J. Cattrell

    Read by Darren Gooding   Rachel's bucket has a hole in one side and a jewel in the other. When Rachel first pressed the jewel in the side of the bucket, she was just four years old. Smoke came out of it and in it five unicorns pranced lightly onto her hand and off again. It made her smile and cry at the same time.

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  • Sincerely, B

    Taylor Addison

    Read by Molly King   Have you ever had a dream - a nightmare - so mysterious and strange that it didn't really make sense, but also so vivid that you had to accept it for what it was? Early twentieth century, Connecticut, United States. Eleven-year-old Lillian starts a new life with her loving family

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  • Lische

    Wynn Johnson

    Lische, the second book by Wynn Johnson, reads like a novel but the people we meet and the events that take place were very real. The author relates in detail how his ancestor, Lische, establishes his farm after staking his claim in the wild lands of Kentucky in 1857. He marries his childhood sweetheart, Sally, in 1858 and, almost against his original idea of leading a simple, self-suffi

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  • Volf: Silver

    Sarah Elliot

    Read by Michelle Henderson   What do you get when you cross a vampire with a werewolf? Well, a volf, of course. Ekata Monet, Volf, daughter of the power-hungry and malign vampire lady Cresta Du Winter, finds herself running for her life from the evil clutches of her feared and hated half-siblings, Siren and Meph

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