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Max (A Maximum Ride Thriller) (by James Patterson)

Arrow (04 Feb, 2010)

Max and the flock have lived a lonely existence: hunted down, tortured, and pushed to the fringe of society; always on the run, they have never been able to live a normal life. The flock have finally found acceptance for their extraordinary skills. Meanwhile sinister forces are plotting their attack, putting more than just the flock in danger.

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Gone (by Michael Grant)

Egmont Books Ltd (16 Feb, 2009)

Suddenly there are no adults, no answers. What would you do? In the blink of an eye, the world changes. The adults vanish without a trace, and those left must do all they can to survive. But everyone's idea of survival is different. Some look after themselves, some look after others, and some will do anything for power ...Even kill. For Sam and Astrid, it is a race against time as they try to solve the ques ...

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Artemis Fowl (by Eoin Colfer)

Puffin (06 Apr, 2006)

Twelve-year-old villain, Artemis Fowl, is the most ingenious criminal mastermind in history. His bold and daring plan is to hold a leprechaun to ransom. But he's taking on more than he bargained for when he kidnaps Captain Holly Short of the LEPrecon (Lower Elements Police Reconnaissance Unit). For a start, leprechaun technology is more advanced than our own. Add to that the fact that Holly is a true heroin ...

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TimeRiders (Book 1) (Real Prime Future Time) (by Alex Scarrow)

Puffin (04 Feb, 2010)

Liam O'Connor should have died at sea in 1912. Maddy Carter should have died on a plane in 2010. Sal Vikram should have died in a fire in 2029. Yet moments before death, someone mysteriously appeared and said, 'Take my hand'. But Liam, Maddy and Sal aren't rescued.

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Johnny and the Bomb (by Terry Pratchett)

Doubleday (04 Apr, 1996)

The third title in Terry Pratchett's terrific fantasy series starring Johnny Maxwell

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The Immortals: Evermore (by Alyson Noel)

Macmillan Children's Books (18 Sep, 2009)

Seventeen-year-old Ever is the sole survivor of a car crash that killed her entire family. Living with her aunt in Southern California, she's plagued by the ability to hear the thoughts of those around her, and haunted by the ghost of her little sister. She tries to tune everyone out, shunning her old lifestyle as the pretty, popular cheerleader, but somehow she can't hide from Damen, the new guy at school. ...

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Dodger (by Terry Pratchett)

Doubleday Childrens (13 Sep, 2012)

A terrifically funny tale of dark deeds in Dickensian London, from master storyteller Terry Pratchett.

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Mockingjay (part III of The Hunger Games Trilogy) (by Suzanne Collins)

Scholastic (25 Aug, 2010)

Mockingjay brings the Hunger Games Trilogy to a suitably bloody and epic conclusion.

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Catching Fire (Hunger Games, Book 2) (by Suzanne Collins)

Scholastic (07 Sep, 2009)

After winning the brutal Hunger Games, Katniss Everdeen returns to her district, hoping for a peaceful future. But Katniss starts to hear rumours of a deadly rebellion against the Capitol. A rebellion that she and Peeta have helped to create. As Katniss and Peeta are forced to visit the districts on the Capitol's cruel Victory Tour, the stakes are higher than ever. Unless Katniss and Peeta can convince the ...

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The Hunger Games (by Suzanne Collins)

Scholastic (05 Jan, 2009)

Sixteen-year-old Katniss Everdeen regards it as a death sentence when she is forced to represent her district in the annual Hunger Games, a fight to the death on live TV. But Katniss has been clse to death before-and survival, for her, is second nature. The Hunger Games is a searing novel set in a future with unsettling parallels to our present. Welcome to the deadliest reality TV show ever...

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War Horse (by Michael Morpurgo)

Egmont Books Ltd (01 Mar, 2002)

Sold to a drunken farmer, Joey, a beautiful red-bay foal with a distinctive cross on his nose, finds a friend in the farmer's son, Albert. His father brutally demands Joey work or be sold, so Albert gently trains him to pull the plough. But it's not enough. When war breaks out, Albert's father, needy for money for his struggling farm, sells Joey to the army, where he, like the soldiers around him, must try ...

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Johnny and the Dead: A Johnny Maxwell story (by Sir Terry Pratchett)

Corgi Childrens (29 Apr, 2004)

Sell the cemetery? Over their dead bodies . . . Not many people can see the dead (not many would want to). Twelve-year-old Johnny Maxwell can. And he's got bad news for them: the council want to sell the cemetery as a building site. But the dead aren't going to take it lying down . . . especially since it's Halloween tomorrow. Besides, they're beginning to find that life is a lot more fun than it w ...

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