Wintercraft Legacy by Jenna Burtenshaw
Following the success of her first two books Wintercraft and Wintercraft Blackwatch, Jenna Burtenshaw draws her trilogy to a close in this whirlwind finale.
The veil, which divides life and death, is beginning to fall and there are rumours of lost souls roaming Albion’s graveyard city of Fume. Kate Winters has lost her memory and is determined her travelling companion, Dalliah Grey, is not to be trusted.
Kate must return to the dark secrets of the ancient book of WINTERCRAFT – it is the only way she can save herself…
Where Things Come Back by John Corey Whaley
This book has been getting attention across the web after grabbing the Michael L Printz award for 2012, the William C. Morris award for 2012 and being one of Publishers Weekly’s best books for 2011.
An amazing story of Cullen Witter’s discovery of a Lazarus Woodpecker which starts a woodpecker-mania in his small town. It isn’t until Cullen’s little brother, Gabriel, goes missing that this story takes shape. A story filled with sadness, love, regret, comedy and of course hope.
One for the shelves and for the hearts.