Introducing just some of the fantastic new Secondary novels available in the Northbridge International School Cambodia library. So what are you waiting for, come and borrow a book today.
Vox by Christina Dalcher is a timely feminist social commentary set in a dystopian world where women are banned from speaking more than their allowance of 100 words per day. "For herself, her daughter, and every woman silenced, Jean will reclaim her voice..."
Ian McEwan's latest Machines Like Me gives off Black Mirror vibes with an alternative 1980s timeline story of an android named Adam, and the complicated love triangle that develops between him and his owners.
We have the acclaimed work of Chinese author Cixin Liu with Wandering Earth, The Dark Forest, Death's End and the most recent to be translated into English: Ball Lightning.
Wildcard by Marie Lu is the sequel to Warcross, which was one of our most borrowed books last year. If you love virtual reality worlds and ambitious girls - check this series out!
My Name is Anna - a story of mistaken identity and missing children that sees Anna tracking down the truth of her family and uncovering what really happened to her sister.
The unfinished works of the legendary JRR Tolkien that were completed by his son Christopher Tolkien are now at Northbridge: Beren and Luthien, Children of Hurin and most recently released The Fall of Gondolin, supposedly the "first real Middle-Earth story".
The inspiration for the recent movie, After is the tale of a good girl who falls for a bad boy and all kinds of love and drama!
Daisy Jones and the Six is a love story set in the 1970s rock-n-roll scene with a Fleetwood Mac flavour.
Another recent movie adaptation in Five Feet Apart, when a cystic-fibrosis sufferer meets a boy who makes her want to defy the doctors orders to stay five feet apart from all other people.