Young Adult fiction takes centre stage

We’re pretty big believers that you should always read the book before you watch the film, so this time we’re giving you a heads up. We just can’t get enough of Young Adult fiction at the moment, and we’re urging you to give it a try. Whatever your age, catch these well written and imaginative books before they hit the big screens in these coming months…

City of BonesThe Mortal Instruments: City of Bones
Fifteen year old Clary Fray’s life is transformed one night when she witnesses a brutal murder, but all is not as it seems. Clary has stumbled upon the secret world of the Shadowhunters, a race of angelic warriors sworn to protect the world from demonic forces.
Starring: Lily Collins, Jamie Campbell Bower
Author: Cassandra Clare

In a dystopian world where your future is decided based on certain aspects of your personality, Tris struggles to discover where she belongs as she battles her past and faces a future away from her family and everything she knows.
Starring: Kate Winslet & Shailene Woodley
Author: Veronica Roth

The Fault In Our StarsFault in Our Stars
Hazel Rose has had her future written for her; John Green presents the heart wrenching story of a sixteen year old cancer patient as she meets the boy who will change her life forever. Expect achingly beautiful prose from this one of a kind writer.
Starring: Shailene Woodley & Ansel Elgort
Author: John Green

Catching FireThe Hunger Games: Catching Fire
This fiercely exciting trilogy is back with the second installment, Catching Fire. Join Katniss & Peeta as they face the real life consequences of their rebellion & reveal how the fight to survive still isn’t over.
Starring: Jennifer Lawrence & Josh Hutcherson
Author: Suzanne Collins

Visit our library catalogue to check whether these titles are in stock at your nearest library, if not, we can always get them in for you.


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