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ONCE (Trilogy) by Morris Gleitzman
This is Poland in 1942. The Nazis are burning Jewish books. Felix escapes, determined to find his parents and warn them.
ACROSS THE NIGHTINGALE FLOOR by Lian Hearn (TALES OF THE OTTORI Series Book 1)
A fierce and deadly story of warrior clans and a floor that ‘sings’ to warn of an approaching assassin!
DEMONS OF THE OCEAN by Justin Somper (VAMPIRATES Series Book 1)
Orphaned twins Connor and Grace are shipwrecked and separated. Two mysterious ships sail to their rescue. Pirates and Vampirates! … where is each twin and will they be reunited?
POWDER MONKEY by Paul Dowswell
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Series Book 1)
Sam is press ganged into the Navy. War with France and Spain is raging and Sam is caught in the middle with a dangerous job as a powder monkey in the company of a brutal crew.
JANUARY by Gabrielle Lord (CONSPIRACY 365 Series Book 1)
On New Year’s Eve, Cal is chased down the street by a crazed man with a deadly warning: “They killed your father. They’ll kill you.” He must survive the next 365 days!
JARVIS 24 by David Metzenthen
For Marc E. Jarvis work experience at a local car yard, a gorgeous girl and some AFL scouts mean that life will never be the same again!
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