Posts Tagged ‘Love story’

Under the never sky
By Veronica Rossi

It is a post apocalyptic world where those safe on the inside, fear the savages on the outside. Aria is exiled from the safety of the enclosed city of Reverie. Once, she was safe but now in the outer wastelands, known as the Death Shop, she is in danger. Struggling to survive, her only hope may be the very savages she fears the most.

The future of us

By Jay Asher & Carolyn Mackler
Simon and Schuster

An easy, pacey story set in 1996. Facebook is far more revealing than you can imagine.
Check out the full review for this topical book on this site.
Love the old dial-up tone at the beginning of the trailer!

Shadows on the moon

Posted: November 15, 2011 in Secondary
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Shadows on the moon
By Zoe Marriott

Suzume is a shadow weaver. She is able to recreate herself in any form. But just who is the real Suzume?
A tale of magic, love and revenge.
Walker Books

Different worlds

Posted: September 25, 2011 in Intermediate, Secondary
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By Lizzie Wilcock

Annie and Mac are twins and the only survivors at the end of the world – or are they?

And now for dystopian worlds where choice is never yours.

By Veronica Roth

You must choose the strongest part of your personality and then join the group that fits your type. The trouble is your choice is forever!

By Ally Condie

In Cassia’s society everything is mapped out. Where she will work, when she will die and who she will marry. Cassia has other ideas but just what will happen if she goes against society?

Hush, Hush saga

Posted: September 6, 2011 in Secondary
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The story of the fallen angel Patch and his love for Nora continues with the release in October of Becca Fitzpatrick’s 3rd book in the series; Silence.

Hush, Hush
Silence – coming soon

Life : an exploded diagram

Posted: August 27, 2011 in Secondary

Life : an exploded diagram
By Mal Peet

Very much recommended by reviewer B. Docherty in The Weekend Press 27-28 August 2011 as a “stunning novel about love during the Cuban missile crisis of 1962”.

Watch the trailer and see if the book is for you.