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  • Crystal Forceby Joe Ducie

    Hot Key Books 2015; US$ 7.28

    With enemies on all sides, who can Drake really trust? On the run after escaping from what was supposed to be the world's most secure juvenile facility (and blowing it up in the process), Will Drake knows it's only a matter of time before the sinister Alliance catches up with him. But Drake is in need of an alliance of his own - knowing who to... more...

  • Rampage!by Julia Wills

    Piccadilly Press 2015; US$ 7.28

    Madcap, modern yet mythological adventure! Aries, the ghost of the ram of Golden Fleece fame, is feeling slighted that no one sees him as a real hero, even though on his first quest to Earth he thwarted wicked sorceress Medea. But Medea is plotting again, in the rainforests of the fabled land of El Dorado, and goddess Athena wants Aries and his... more...

  • Justiceby Jeffrey Salane

    Piccadilly Press 2015; US$ 7.28

    The sequel to LAWLESS - the criminally smart adventure thriller! M Freeman learned the hard way not to trust her new friends at Lawless, an unusual school where she was training to follow in her parents' footsteps - as a master criminal. She managed to overturn Lawless's dangerous plans, but now her previous rivals - the Fulbright Academy - need... more...

  • The Adventures of Mademoiselle Mac 2-Book Bundleby Christopher Ward

    Dundurn 2015; US$ 13.99

    This slightly off-beat romp carries a whiff of steampunk, travelogue, and ?Bridget does Paris? new-age style, all rolled into one.? The semi-fantastical events work to keep readers? interest and give a coordinated alternate view of a city that has been marketed as ?McParis? perhaps once too often. more...

  • The Boy Who Biked the Worldby Alastair Humphreys; Tom Morgan-Jones

    Eye Books 2015; US$ 7.99

    In volume two of this marvelous cycling adventure, Tom?a young English boy who decides cycling solo around the world would be a better classroom than the confines of school?heads north from the tip of South America   Having cycled the depth of Europe and the length of Africa, Tom now decides to make his way through the Americas. With a long "uphill"... more...

  • Gorillas in Our Midstby Richard Fairgray; Terry Jones

    Sky Pony Press 2015; US$ 16.99

    Richard Fairgray was born and raised in New Zealand and has been publishing since he was seven years old. His main focus since then has been comic books, but he has taken time out during his life to work on films, to perform stand-up comedy, to teach high school, and to stick labels on honey jars. He has been working exclusively in comics for the... more...

  • The Loudnessby Nick Courage

    Sky Pony Press 2015; US$ 15.99

    Henry Long doesn?t have a heart. Since the Tragedies, he doesn?t have much: just an annoying low-watt buzz from his makeshift transplant, skinny arms, and a dusty library attic from which he charts the slow progress of reconstruction in the Green Zone, the last habitable neighborhood of his troubled coastal city. While his parents work on making... more...

  • The Secret Kittenby Holly Webb

    Stripes Publishing 2015; US$ 7.28

    Lucy can?t help but feel lonely when she and her brother move in with their gran, leaving behind their old friends. Lucy wishes she could have a pet, but Gran isn?t keen on animals. A stray kitten catches Lucy?s attention, and she instantly falls in love with it. Where will the kitten go if she can?t find anyone to take her in? A heart-warming read... more...

  • When You Leaveby Monica Ropal

    Running Press 2015; US$ 9.95

    Monica Ropal lives in friendly St. Paul, Minnesota with her husband and three children—whom she lovingly refers to as her three-ring circus. In addition to writing and playing ringmaster, Monica also works as a hospice nurse. more...

  • The Writer's Dietby Helen Sword

    Auckland University Press 2015; US$ 14.57

    Is your writing flabby or fit? If your sentences are weighed down with passives and prepositions, be-verbs and waste words, The Writer?s Diet is for you. This book will help you energise your writing and strip unnecessary padding from your prose. The Writer?s Diet offers a short, sharp introduction to great writing. Through the online... more...