The Loneliest Robot

by Andrew Glennon

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At last, a tale of self-discovery for the fast-moving modern age that reminds us all to stay HUMAN!
A lonely boy discovers an incredible Robot in his garden shed. A silent and highly gifted girl chooses to be alone in her attic bedroom. The richest man in the world mysteriously disappears.It all waits to be discovered in THE LONELIEST ROBOT, a brilliant new novel for the modern age which features original illustrations from acclaimed robot artist, Matt Dixon. Join a group of unlikely best friends, on a journey of self-discovery as they all transform through life. We can get so lost; we can forget what it’s truly like to feel HUMAN. Many things distract us all – smartphones, buying more and more stuff, technology, TV, everyone working longer and harder…. It’s so easy to get lost in modern life.An imaginative new book for teens, young adults and anyone with a human heart, which explores and challenges modern life. A thought-provoking dark comedy – this uplifting tale is told with warmth and humour, making it highly digestible for young and curious minds. Also highly suitable for adult readers (especially frustrated parents of technology-addicted children!)

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Deja Vu

by Michal Hartstein

What if you could relive your life, from the age of sixteen?

Rose wakes up two weeks after her sixteenth birthday in a hospital. She doesn’t remember anything from her past, or the circumstances that brought her there. Her family and friends surround her with love, helping her to recover and return to her life. But, for Rose, life has begun at the age of sixteen; she doesn’t remember her childhood, her parents, nor David, her childhood sweetheart.

The years pass. Rose’s life turns boring as hell. She knows something had gone wrong, but what? She can’t tell, and sadly watches her youth fade away. At the age of thirty-two, she wakes up in the hospital…

She is sixteen again.

Can she change her fate?

Murphy’s Luck

by Benjamin Laskin

Sometimes rotten luck is better than no luck at all. Master of a thousand hobbies, but jinxed from birth with horrendous luck, Murphy Drummer has developed some eye-popping abilities. When Murphy goes in search of a luck-free zone where the world might be safe from his puzzling disorder, charmed Joy Daley stumbles into his whammy-charged path. Churning out both miracles and mayhem, Murphy whimsically upends the lives of everyone in Joy’s life. At first, Murphy’s victims question who he is; at last, they’ll be questioning who they aren’t. A comical love story of wood-tapping proportions.

Summer of the Loon

by Deanna Lynn Sletten

After the death of her mother, sixteen-year-old Ali Jenson leaves California to live with the grandfather she has never met in the deep woods of Minnesota. She tries and fails to connect with her grandfather, Ben, who clearly isn’t pleased about having the young teen in his home. The past and present collide as Ali tries to break through the old man’s cold exterior and find a way into his heart. Can Ben find it in his heart to accept Ali and leave the past behind?

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