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1. Skulduggery Pleasant  by Derek Landy

This is a supernatural mystery series about Skulduggery Pleasant, a skeleton detective, and twelve-year-old Stephanie Edgley aka Valkyrie Cain, a very unusual and darkly talented female magician. Featuring a good balance of wit and action, their adventures to overcome an ancient evil will keep you hooked until the end. Read More.
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2. Percy Jackson and the Lightning Thief  by  Rick Riordan

Perseus “Percy” Jackson is the title character and narrator of Rick Riordan’s Percy Jackson and the Olympians series. The Lightning Thief is the first book of the series where we meet Percy, who is the twelve-year-old son of a human and the Greek god Poseidon. Percy has ADHD and dyslexia but has also inherited magical powers from his father. The Lightning Thief sees our hero set out on an adventure to settle an ongoing battle between the gods that might ignite World War III. Read More.
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3. Scythe  by  Neal Shusterman

This book is the first in the Arc of a Scythe series which comprises of three books. It is set in a distant future where death has been eliminated, people are immortal and society is controlled by an advanced computer system called “The Thunderhead”. To prevent overpopulation, there are “scythes” who glean, that is, kill, people randomly. The story starts with two teenagers, Citra and Rowan, being asked to begin their apprenticeships as scythes, an offer they cannot refuse. Read More.
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