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Pre-Order: 2 Short original YA fiction, for 13+ years

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Treat yourself or someone you know to two book treats at the start of next year.

Young Adult fiction for 12+ years

These books will be published in Jan and Feb 2022.

They come with free delivery to mainland UK, in two parcels.

The Blue Book of Nero by Manon Stefan Ross - published 6th Jan - published by Firefly press

  • A multi-award winning YA crossover novel from a very talented Welsh author, translated from Welsh to English by the author.

Dylan was six when The End came back in 2018; when the electricity went off for good and the 'normal' 21st-century he knew disappeared. Now he 's 14 and he and his mam have survived in their isolated hilltop house above the village of Nebo in north-west Wales, learning new skills, and returning to old ways of living. Despite their close understanding, the relationship between mother and son changes subtly as Dyland must take on adult responsibilities. And they each have their own secrets, which emerge as, in turn they jot down their thoughts and memories in a found notebook - the blue book of Nebo.

The Cat we Met Along the Way by Nadia Mikail - published by guppy books

Seventeen-year-old Aisha hasn’t seen her sister June for two years. And now that a calamity is about to end the world in nine months’ time, she and her mother decide that it’s time to track her down and mend the hurts of the past. Along with Aisha’s Chinese boyfriend, Walter and his parents (and Fleabag the stray cat), the group take a roadtrip through Malaysia in a wildly decorated campervan – to put the past to rest, to come to terms with the present, and to hope for the future.

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