Not just for teens

never-ending-us-196x294I’m flattered that Never Ending has been included on a prestigious list of ten teenage novels recommended for adults to read too. Kirkus, the influential American reviews magazine – which awarded Never Ending a starred review when it came out in the U.S. – has published the list under the banner:10 Teen Books Adults Shouldn’t Resist. “The secret is out,” Kirkus says. “Books for teens can be great reads for anyone, even readers over 30. We’ve gathered here 10 new titles that span genres for readers of every stripe. Don’t let the kids have all the fun.”

Here’s the list in full:
Panic – Lauren Oliver
The Winner’s Curse – Marie Rutkoski
Never Ending – Martyn Bedford
Guy in Real Life – Steve Brezenoff
Promise of Shadows – Justina Ireland
The Mirk and Midnight Hour – Jane Nickerson
Noggin – John Corey Whaley
She is not Invisible – Marcus Sedgwick
The Vigilante Poets of Selwyn Academy – Kate Hattemer
A Creature of Moonlight – Rebecca Hahn

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