Paper towns

Book title: Paper towns By: John Green Quentine is a common boy that lives a completely normal life. But Margo, who is a friend and neighbor of Quentin. Margo has asked Quentin with help to revenge her friends. The next day after an eventful night, Margo does not come to school and does not come for a long time and after a while Quentine hears that Margo has fled from home. After a couple of days Quentine discovers that Margo has left him clues where Margo might be and Quentine ends up in a long adventure. The book is a very interesting and good book. Definitely worth reading. Recommended for young people aged 14-17.

Follow you home, Mark Edwards

It was supposed to be the last trip, the last trip before settling down After a perfect start, Daniel and Laura’s travels end  when they are thrown off a train in the middle of nowhere. To find their way back to civilisation, they must hike along the tracks through a forest. A haunting journey that ends in unimaginable terror. Back in London, Daniel and Laura vow never to talk about what they saw that night. But as they try to fit back into their old lives, it becomes clear that their nightmare is just beginning.  I would say that this book is definitely interesting and worth reading, for those who enjoy scary or frightening books. The build of the storyline is good and the situations in the book are described well.  For the ages 15 and up.