Carnegie Medal 2011

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Monsters of Men (Chaos Walking) by Patrick Ness


Wonderful end to a wonderful series. Nuff said. Don't miss it! Full review...

The Shortlist

The Bride's Farewell by Meg Rosoff


A beautiful road trip-come-fable-come-quest novel, in Rosoff's trademark understated but vivid and romantic style. The journeys are physical and emotional, and this book will appeal to a wide range of readers. Full review...

Prisoner of the Inquisition by Theresa Breslin


A powerful account of life in fifteenth century Spain, full of passion, violence and courage. Full review...

White Crow by Marcus Sedgwick


If you don't mind the slow start and loads of confusing philosophizing, there are some thrills and edge-of-your seat suspense to be had later on. Full review...

Out of Shadows by Jason Wallace


Gorgeous coming-of-age novel set in Zimbabwe in a time of political upheaval. Both compelling and thought-provoking, it'll stay with them long after they've finished reading. Full review...

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