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In reply to an earlier post on 8 Oct 2011, 16:36:14 BST
Last edited by the author on 8 Oct 2011, 16:52:02 BST
Slightly more expensive at the moment but a cracking read.
Clear Skies - an Ellie Rose Adventure.
Kindle Bookstore.
by the author.
Clear Skies (An Ellie Rose Adventure)

Posted on 9 Oct 2011, 00:24:01 BST
Marysue says:
New out this week Vampire Bears by Victoria Lane ages 9-90 Ya book talking monkeys and mind reading vampire bears.

Posted on 22 Oct 2011, 17:41:34 BST
Terri says:
Check out Beg for Mercy (A Cambion Series). Really good book. You won't be disappointed if you like YA paranormal romance novels.

Posted on 23 Oct 2011, 14:33:50 BST
Last edited by the author on 23 Oct 2011, 14:34:18 BST
A 17-year-old on Amazon.com has just given 5 Stars to The Secret Lake which comes in at £1.29 - it's aimed at 8-12 year-olds but seems to be enjoyed by all ages and recently keeps dipping in and out of the Top 100 paid-for Kindle stories under Children>Action and adventure.

In reply to an earlier post on 23 Oct 2011, 16:59:30 BST
doughboy says:
My friends dad has just published a ya adventure book set during WW2 in Scotland. I read it and loved it :) Its only £0.91 The Lads Army

In reply to an earlier post on 24 Dec 2011, 22:17:46 GMT
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In reply to an earlier post on 26 Dec 2011, 20:44:59 GMT
Sapphire says:
Hi Miss Adams
Lost in the fourth dimension by Alexandra idenburg is 99 pence. My eldest boy of 12 really enjoyed it.

Posted on 26 Dec 2011, 23:28:45 GMT
Last edited by the author on 26 Dec 2011, 23:29:45 GMT
Karen McQ. says:
Hi, I have two books which would qualify:

Favorite £1 .77
A young adult mystery. The main character's name is Angie Favorite, hence the spelling. :)

Life On Hold £1 .77
Fifteen-year-old Rae Maddox just wants to stay in one place like everyone else, but there's no chance of that happening-not with a free-spirited mother who thrives on cross-country moves. When the two of them land in Wisconsin sophomore year, things are off to a great start: her mom promises they'll stay until graduation, Rae makes two good friends and finally gets a chance at love. Her newfound happiness is jeopardized when the vice-principal at the high school pairs her with Allison Daly, a new girl with a bad attitude. As Allison's secrets unravel, and Rae's mother gets involved, Rae is forced to take charge of her own life or risk losing everything important to her.

I'm happy to say that both books have gotten good reviews. Thank you in advance for your consideration!

Posted on 4 Jan 2012, 23:34:00 GMT
If anyone reading this thread is looking for books vaguely similar to JK Rowling's books, the first in the Planemaker series has been further reduced by Amazon to £1.92:

Mr. Planemaker's Flying Machine

The sequel is £2.14:

Mr. Planemaker's Diving Machine

In reply to an earlier post on 8 Jan 2012, 16:14:27 GMT
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Posted on 8 Jan 2012, 16:15:17 GMT
Scrunch says:
Try the Kindle edition of 'Ghost Club: The unloved
Ghost Club

In reply to an earlier post on 8 Jan 2012, 22:59:09 GMT
starzi says:
A new book for older children / teens out on kindle called Galastra Galastra (The Space Adventures of J.B.R.)

In reply to an earlier post on 8 Jan 2012, 23:02:10 GMT
starzi says:
A new book for older children / teens out on kindle called Galastra Galastra (The Space Adventures of J.B.R.)

Posted on 9 Jan 2012, 12:07:25 GMT
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In reply to an earlier post on 10 Jan 2012, 11:45:03 GMT
Last edited by the author on 10 Jan 2012, 11:46:19 GMT
DMH says:
The Pineville Heist

This is a great choice, with excellent reviews. It is about to made into a film also, with Boo Boo Stewart from Twilight films starring. Crime fighting teens in thrilling story.

Posted on 11 Jan 2012, 19:49:23 GMT
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In reply to an earlier post on 18 Apr 2012, 12:57:27 BST
RebeccaJ says:
Embrace the Darkness

Try this one. New out and only 77p. Aimed at the teenage market, it's about a girl who has to find her feet after the death of her best friend. Paranormal twists. :-)

Posted on 18 Apr 2012, 12:58:50 BST
RebeccaJ says:
Embrace the Darkness

Embrace the Darkness on Kindle by Rebecca Hawker

Try this one. New out and only 77p. Aimed at the teenage market, it's about a girl who has to find her feet after the death of her best friend. Paranormal twists. :-) Who can she trust when she can't even trust herself?

Posted on 12 May 2012, 10:21:09 BST
You could have a look at

A Little Birdie Told Me

It is only 84p on kindle. It was written by a teenager for teenagers, and you can see the first few chapters for free. It has had good reviews from those who have read it, and not all have been teenagers. Thanks.

In reply to an earlier post on 12 May 2012, 10:27:59 BST
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Posted on 24 Oct 2012, 19:26:34 BST
lca says:
PLEASE KEEP ADDING BOOKS!

Posted on 24 Oct 2012, 21:03:12 BST
smarty pants says:
Try this if you want a funny read, it's £1.53,
The prom, the date and a whole lot of laxatives!

In reply to an earlier post on 25 Oct 2012, 17:20:28 BST
Try the new eBooks , Full illustrations Betty Bee Kind ,Betty Bee Sorry and the latest one Betty Bee Healthy ,they are great for young children now on Kindle fire at £2.49 each

Posted on 10 Nov 2012, 18:40:27 GMT
B Pankhurst says:
Hello there,

Can I suggest, 'Brian, His Granddad & the Cup of Ages'.

The 'blurb' is below and here's the link to, Brian, His Granddad and the Cup of Ages

When eleven-year-old Brian Pankhurst has to stay with his grandparents, he's not exactly enthusiastic. He barely knows them, after all, and they're a little strange. They're stranger than he realises, in fact. Very soon after he arrives at their ancient house, Brian starts to feel that something isn't right. Why has someone sent his granddad a completely blank letter? Why don't people who go in to the local bookshop ever seem to come out again? What does his granddad mean when he says Brian's father wasn't really an accountant? Then Brian wakes in the middle of the night and finds he's going to have to adjust to three things very quickly: magic is real, monsters are real, and he and his family are in terrible danger...

Posted on 11 Nov 2012, 01:18:46 GMT
S. Nursten says:
The Psychic Detective Agency - look no further. Great YA fiction book for <£3.
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