GENRE: Thriller. Senior fiction. On a distant island where day and night exist on fourteen-year cycles, and the islanders migrate south each sunset, three children get left behind and must find a way off the island before the Night finds them.
Lily in the Mirror is a children's book that deals with grandparents, dementia and the importance of family, even if they are mean. Read my review here: #CBCAReview: Lily in the Mirror http://editingeverything.com/blog/2016/08/02/cbcareview-lily-mirror/
Shadow Girl by Sally Nicholls - reading age 8, interest age teen. Clare knows she’s at least partly to blame for her problems at school, but she’s learned that it hurts to make friends when you’re a foster kid and you’ll be moved on again. It’s a relief to meet Maddy, who knows what it’s like to be in the system. But then Maddy disappears. Clare has opened her heart at last, and she can’t let it go – will she find her friend? A heartwarming story about friendship with a supernatural twist.
GENRE: Dystopian. SERIES: The Hybrid Chronicles, Book 2. Fifteen-year-old Addie and Eva struggle to share their body as they are drawn deeper into the fight for hybrid freedom from the government's oppression.