leo has never been to earth. he would like to go home now.
Zélie lost her mother when Orïsha’s stone-cold hearted King ordered for everyone with magic to be killed – anyone still alive these days with powers has been in hiding. That is, until Zélie bumps into the Princess on the run and together they have to take it upon themselves to try saving magic for good against the ruthless monarchy who will do anything to get rid of it.
Sixteen year old Paige Turner (you read that correctly!) has been working at Bennett’s Bookshop for 2 months before recieving the news that in a month it’ll become another casualty of the high street. She decides to put her best activist foot forward in attempt to save it, but it won’t be easy in a small town like Greysworth. Along the way there will be boys, feminism, naked bodies and friendship!
Bobby Seed is 17 years old and cares for his mum who has MS. Daily life is a struggle but he deals with it because he loves her, until one day she asks him to go the extra mile. She asks him if he will put an end to her pain.
The 57 Bus tells the true story of two teens who don’t know eachother: an African American teen named Richard, and Agender teen named Sasha, and how their lives collide in November of 2013 when on the bus journey home they’re on together for 8 minutes each day, Richard decides to set a light to Sashas skirt while they were napping.
“That night, everybody lost something. Not everybody noticed.”
After the town’s summer party, which consisted of loud music, a bonfire, alcohol, and camping in a field, teenagers start realising things are going missing… but some things are being found too, like diary pages and an ancient spellbook that should not be messed with.