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These are some of the latest books and films suitable for younger people that have been reviewed on Warpcore SF. If you can't find what you're looking for, use the search box on the right to find many more.
Books for young adult readers
Moonstruck Volume 1: Magic To Brew by Grace Ellis and Shae Beagle
In a town where supernatural creatures live beside ordinary humans, a werewolf barista tries to blend in. But when her friend is hurt by a rogue magician she has to take a stand. The first in the Moonstruck series.
21st September 2018
Magisterium: The Copper Gauntlet by Holly Black and Cassandra Clare
Some people seem to believe Callum Hunt is the personification of evil, and the young mage is afraid they might be right. The second novel in the Magisterium series.
27th December 2015
Mine To Spell by Janeal Falor
A young woman living in a repressive society struggles to conceal her forbidden magic. The second novel in the Mine series.
19th October 2015
Magisterium: The Iron Trial by Cassandra Clare and Holly Black
A boy gets the chance to go to magic school, but he would rather do anything else. The first in the Magisterium series.
26th August 2015
Railsea by China Mieville
In a world of looping rails stretching to the horizon, a young man sets out to discover what is at the end of the tracks.
25th November 2013
Castle Waiting: Volume 1 by Linda Medley
A fairytale castle opens its doors to refugees, misfits, and eccentrics. They all have stories to tell. A graphic novel.
12th August 2014
Siegfried by Alex Alice
A shifty Nibelung raises the hero Siegfried in ignorance of the fate Odin intends for him. A graphic novel.
14th January 2013
Superior by Mark Millar and Leinil Yu
A boy with MS gets the chance to become a superhero, but the power comes at a high cost. A graphic novel.
19th June 2012
Scarlett Dedd by Cathy Brett
Scarlett becomes a ghost after one of her schemes goes seriously wrong. But does that mean she has to be lonely as well as deceased?
13th June 2011
Lex Trent Versus The Gods by Alex Bell
He may be a cheat, a liar, and a thief. But can Lex Trent steal a march on the gods themselves?
12th April 2010
Films for a young audience
The Secret Of Moonacre directed by Gabor Csupo
Can Maria Merryweather lift the curse that blights her family and save Moonacre valley?
Planet 51 directed by Jorge Blanco
An astronaut lands on a planet, only to discover that he is the alien invader.
26th January 2011
Shrek The Third directed by Chris Miller
The grumpy green ogre faces his biggest challenge yet: fatherhood.
Howl's Moving Castle directed by Hayao Miyazaki
A girl is cursed with old age, and a wizard has no heart in this animated fantasy.
Shrek Forever After directed by Mike Mitchell
Shrek decides his perfect family life is too much for him, so he makes a bargain to allow him to go back to being a big, bad ogre.
13th July 2010