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Aeryn Caldwell

Rook by Aeryn
Though this book was short, it was a lovely read with a relatable storyline about growing up and being okay with who you are and who your family is. I . . .
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Wed Wabbit by Lily-Rose
Personally Wed Wabbit was amazing. I couldn’t stop reading it. It was so good I finished it within a day. As the story goes on it follows an amazing a . . .
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Wed Wabbit by Courney
At first glance it looked babyish but as I got deeper it became more sense and wasn't babyish. I really enjoyed the book because if I had to stop to g . . .
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Beyond the Bright Sea by Aeryn
Beyond the bright sea wasn’t my favourite book of the group but it was a light, hopeful read that kept you interested enough to keep reading. I liked . . .
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Where the World Ends by Aeryn
This book had a fairly slow pace which I thought reflected the nature of the situation the boys were in but overall I did enjoy the read. The main thi . . .
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Release by Will
Release is a book about a homosexual teenager named Adam. His family are incredibly devout members of evangelicalism; his dad being the head preacher . . .
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Saint Death by Henry
Saint Death by Marcus Sedgwick is a book set in Mexico in the city Juarez. It centres mainly around the themes of gangs, betting and crime. I didn . . .
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The Hate U Give by Aeryn
This book is a very inspirational book with a very current and important theme of black people being treated awfully because of their skin colour. It . . .
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After the Fire by Aeryn
After the fire is an amazing book that captured me straight away and kept me engaged throughout. The characters were bold and, even though they weren’ . . .
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Where the World Ends by Lewis Parsons
Where The World Ends, written by Geraldine McCaughrean, is a book which tells the story of a group of kids who go hunting for birds on an island every . . .
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After the Fire by Will
This is my favourite book of the shortlist this year. You can tell from the Author's Note that Hill is extremely passionate about the topic of writin . . .
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Wed Wabbit by Will
Wed Wabbit, written by Lissa Evans, is a hilarious spoof of the classic tale of Alice In Wonderland. Wed Wabbit tells the tale of a girl named Fid . . .
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Saint Death by Aeryn
Saint death is a fast-pace, dramatic book about the risks people take to earn money and escape poverty. The main character is very loveable and easy t . . .
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Release by Elouise
I LOVED THIS BOOK! I really enjoyed reading Release and found it very hard to put down. This book explores the difficulties of being religious and acc . . .
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Beyond the Bright Sea by Elouise
This was the first book I read from the Carnegie short list this year. I quite enjoyed this book, it was very easy to read and had quite a simple plot . . .
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Release by Aeryn
I absolutely loved this book with its realistic, loveable characters and current theme of overcoming challenges faced by gay people. The book is s . . .
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EDA Readers
EDA We love Reading
Keep Calm and Carry on Reading 2017
Burntwood , Staffordshire
What is your favourite book so far?

Wed Wabbit
Beyond the Bright Sea
After the Fire
Where the World Ends
Saint Death