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Between Dog and Wolf

Gorcheva-Newberry, Kristina (Writer)
In 1980s Russia, Soviet policies, cruel but familiar, are giving way to untested concepts such as glasnost and perestroika. Four teenagers - Anya, Milka, Petya and Aleksey - yearn for a world of Levi's, Queen, foreign travel and the freedom to choose their fates. Instead, like their ancestors, they encounter heartbreak and tragedy.


Hughes, Sian (Author, Magpie Books)
A contemporary pastoral novel about a young girl trying to understand the disappearance of her beloved mother.

Tomorrow Is Too Late: A Youth Manifesto for Climate Justice

Maddrell, Grace (Writer and Youth Enviro
Tomorrow Is Too Late collects testimonies of activism and hope from young climate strikers, from Pakistan to Palestine.

Wonder Valley - WINNER 2018 Strand Critics Award for Best Novel

Pochoda, Ivy (Writer)
The lives of six characters entwine in contemporary Los Angeles in a spellbinding thriller: a 2017 LA Times Best Fiction Pick and NPR Best Book of the Year. Wonder Valley is a swirling mix of angst, violence, heartache, and yearning-a masterpiece of L.A. noir by a writer leading a new vanguard of crime fiction.

The Clothesline Swing

Ramadan, Ahmad Danny
Inspired by One Thousand and One Nights, Ahmad Danny Ramadan's innovative and poetic debut novel tells the story of two lovers anchored to the memory of a dying Syria. One is a Hakawati, the storyteller, keeping life in forward motion by relaying remembered fables and incidents from their youth to his dying partner.


Zigmond, Joseph (Author)
Luminous and full of longing, Constance is a novel of teenage fragility, male blindness and everyday complicity set in a world of climate collapse.