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“Everything you have just read is a lie.” Written by Renee Knight, a graduate of the Faber Academy, Disclaimer begins with Catherine Ravenscroft being sick after reading a book she finds in her flat.

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Nicholas struggles to fit in. A genius at school with a love of maths and music, he finds himself with no friends and talking to the tree in the backyard planted in memory of his prematurely born brother.

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Jack Jolly’s summer holiday has not got off to a flying start. He recently moved to the small village of Grindle in the middle of nowhere and with no friends to speak of Jack anticipates an interminably long break with absolutely nothing to keep him occupied.

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When 16-year-old Sunshine Griffith and her mother Kat move from sunny Texas to damp and dreary Ridgemont, Sunshine senses immediately that there is something strange about their rented house.

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There is much to intrigue and engage the reader in Vanishing Girls. It is told from two points of view by sisters Dara and Nicole. It covers the time before a car accident and after which Nick seems to survive unscathed and Dara is less lucky.

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Sally Feather is a conformist. Taking the path of least resistance through life, Sally does whatever her conservative parents tell her and keeps her head down as much as possible at school.

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For as long as she can remember Luna has been keeping secrets. In a world where people are spending more and more time living their life on a virtual plane, Luna is what is known as a Refuser – one of the few people who do not have an Implant to allow them instant access to virtual worlds.

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Although we're still hibernating in the depths of winter, 2015 is already shaping up to be a stellar book year with another accomplished debut novel on the cards in Claire Fuller's haunting Our Endless Numbered Days.   

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Sarie Holland is the perfect kid. She is smart, responsible and doesn't even drink. However, when she is caught by a narcotics police officer while helping a friend she is desperate to not ruin her future.

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This is Hitchcock's "Strangers on a Train" updated for a modern audience. Ted has just discovered his wife, Miranda, is having an affair with the contractor he has hired to build their dream house.

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