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 NZ Senior Fiction

I'm not running late like I usually am. Maybe that's why I look in the river, maybe that's why I stop when I see it. A dark-coloured raincoat, the arms spread wide, floating, hood-first down the river. And then it starts to rain.Fifteen-year-old Annie needs to get to her basketball... read more

PUBLICATION JANUARY 2018

Rain Fall
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Category:

 NZ Senior Fiction

Why do Fin and Danny hate Old Man Wilson so much? And what happens when they decide to take revenge? PAY BACK But there's more to this story than Fin and Danny realise. With a ghost sitting at his table and zombies in the walls, Old Man Wilson is more than a match for two twelve yea... read more

Pay Back
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Category:

 NZ Senior Fiction

The aftermath of a mountain-climbing accident, a petrolhead neighbour, a troubled little brother, what boy wouldn't prefer the company of the Greek gods, astronomists and his best friend, Attila the Pun?
After Tuttle's father dies on Mount Everest, his mother is distant ... read more

Space and Wellington...with a little bit of Greek Mythology thrown in. Zeustian Logic is set in the familiar land of Kelburn and presents a warped picture of suburban kiwi routine. Rituals we're all familiar with - like the mad, barefooted run down the road to the dairy for b... read more

Zeustian Logic
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Category:

 NZ Senior Fiction

Sixteen-year old Heidi always dreamed of being a society photographer for the rich and famous. Instead, her first film project plunges her into a world of subterfuge as she joins a courageous group of teenage protesters committed to saving orangutans in the wild. Thei... read more

Bad Oil and the Animals
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 NZ Senior Fiction

Paige plays bass in high school rock band Vox Pop, which means always having to keep a steady rhythm.
But in the tense build-up to the Rockfest competition, Paige finds she can't control everything in her life, no matter how hard she practises and how loud she play... read more

Age 13 plus.

Lonesome When You Go
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Category:

 NZ Senior Fiction

Awards:Shortlisted for Storylines Notable New Zealand Books: Young Adult Fiction 2010 and New Zealand Post Children's Book Awards: Senior Fiction 2010.

Having a dream and aiming for it ...gentle coming-of-age novel for girls by much-loved YA novelist Fleur Beale. Ruby Yarrow is a 14 year old who lives in a busy, loving, chaotic family with her mum, stepdad, brother and two little stepbrothers. Ruby feels a bit like a ... read more

End of the Alphabet
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Category:

 NZ Senior Fiction

Awards:Winner of the 2017 Copyright Licensing NZ Young Adult Fiction Award at the NZ Book Awards for Children & Young Adults.   

This gripping, page-turning fantasy adventure follows a dangerous quest through a divided world. From the high reaches of a tree, Fliss watches the soldiers attempting yet again to break through the invisible wall. Amid the explosions, a drummer boy tries to escape. As he is... read more

PUBLICATION FEBRUARY 2017

The Severed Land
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Category:

 NZ Senior Fiction

Awards:Shortlisted for the Copyright Licensing Young Adult Fiction Award at the NZ Children & Young Adult Awards 2017

We were supposed to be the good guys. We did the right thing. At first ...When Oscar and his friends hack into the school's surveillance system, the plan is simple: find the footage, blackmail the bullies, and leave no fingerprints. But the sense of power it brings the... read more

PUBLICATION OCTOBER 2016

Like Nobody's Watching
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Category:

 NZ Senior Fiction

Series:Aotearoa

It is a year since Matiu Douglas and his friends slew Puarata, the tohunga makutu, and nine months since they rescued the taniwha in Lake Waikaremoana. Life has settled into a normal routine, although Mat is training every school holidays in Taupo, with Aethyln... read more

The Lost Tohunga (Aotearoa #3)
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Category:

 NZ Senior Fiction

Series:Salt Trilogy
Awards:Finalist in 2011 New Zeland Post Children's Book Awards Finalist for the LIANZA Children's Book Awards 2011

The third instalment of Maurice Gee's breathtaking Salt series - now rejacketed. What is the source of the Limping Man's monstrous power? Nobody can withstand it, a soft crawling that seeps into your skin and wriggles into your mind, making you powerless with love f... read more

The Limping Man (Salt #3)
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Category:

 NZ Senior Fiction

A gripping novel for young adults that captures both the daring and the everyday realities of serving in the Air Force during the Second World War.
Pete and Paul yelled together. 'Bandit! Nine o-clock! Bandit!' Jack spun to stare. There was the Messerschmitt on their left, ... read more

Flight Path is about the bombing of German targets at the end of World War 2, and that period where the Luftwaffe was supposedly defeated but kept fighting. It is a fairly typical story of why young men joined up - the need for some excitement that they weren't getting in boring... read more

Flight Path
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 NZ Senior Fiction

When Cam and his mates discover a disused road just out of town, it doesn't take them long to hook up a night of car madness. But a hyped up crowd of street racers, smoking up the tarmac in their wild rides, is bound to lead to trouble...

Shiftlight
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