When Suzette (Little) returns home after being sent away for school, things have changed. With guilt for not being there for her brother Lionel (Lion) after his new diagnosis of Bipolar 2, and being nervous about confronting her bisexuality, she has to learn to come to terms with life as it now is.
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Audrey takes on a job at a posh cinema to escape from her mum’s grief, only to have to associate with a boy who flirts with everyone. As part of a school assignment, she decides to tear apart film cliches that are rarely ever reality, but will being around such a flirt have an affect on this?
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When Wendy was six, her mother tried to kill her because she was convinced that Wendy wasn’t her child. Eleven years later, a guy named Finn comes along to tell her that she is infact a Changeling and that she has duties in a world of magic to tend to. Where will this lead and will Wendy find the required confidence to be in charge?
Warning: because this is a review of the whole trilogy, there may be potential spoilers, though I will try to avoid them.
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A group of teenagers lives collide when one day, they’re in a lift together and a man dies. Over the years, an unlikely friendship forms…
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“No justice. No peace.”
Set in England, Run, Riot is a powerful and important read about gentrification, police brutality and young people standing up against the injustices that happen far too frequently while the people higher up are trying to cover them up.
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