The Witches by Roald Dahl

For more supernatural tales for young adults try these…

Half Bad by Sally Green for a gritty supernatural fantasy following warring factions of witches in London,

The Woven Path by Robin Jarvis for a riveting series steeped in Norse mythology that revolves around the Wyrd Museum.

Banished by Liz de Jager for a modern fairytale about a kick-ass heroine whose family are all demon hunters.

Wyrd Sisters by Terry Pratchett for a hilarious, tongue-in-cheek fantasy in which a tribe of witches help dethrone an evil king.

This post was guest edited by author Joshua Winning, whose latest book, Ruins, part 2 of The Sentinel Trilogy, is out in May.

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Girl on the Train by Paula Hawkins

For more edge-of-your-seat psychological thrillers try…

Shutter Island by Dennis Lehane for a twisty thriller that will make you question everything you think you know. 

The Good Girl by Mary Kubica for an impressive debut about an abduction and some very tangled relationships.

Before I Go to Sleep by SJ Watson for the story of a woman who wakes up every morning without knowing who she is. 

Rebecca by Daphne du Maurier for a classic novel as engrossing and unnerving as Gone Girl.

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Trainspotting by Irvine Welsh

For more warts-and-all literary stories with unique voices…

How Late It Was, How Late by James Kelman for a Booker-prize winning novel set in working class Glasgow, and written in Scottish dialect.

A Visit From The Goon Squad by Jennifer Egan for more interconnected tales dealing with drugs and broken dreams, in Los Angeles and New York.

The Crow Road by Iain Banks for another cult Scottish novel mixing dark humour with violence in the story of a young man investigating a murder.

A Girl Is A Half-Formed Thing by Eimear McBride for more breathless stream of consciousness style very much of it’s place.

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Deliciously Ella by Ella Woodward

For more inspirational books about clean eating that are never judgmental…

Eat Nourish Glow by Amelia Freer for a super easy to follow book that explains why different foods are good or bad for you and encourages you to make your own decisions.

The Art of Eating Well by Hemsley + Hemsley for a cook book packed with creative and colourful ways to eat unprocessed nourishing food.

A Change of Appetite by Diana Henry for a book where healthy meets delicious focused on seasonal produce and intelligent eating.

5 Weeks to Sugar Free by Davina McCall for a friendly, fun but well researched book, full of recipes to help reduce the refined sugar in your diet.

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Prep by Curtis Sittenfeld

For more grown-up takes on boarding school fiction, try these…

St. Clare’s by Enid Blyton for a book series that will make you want to run away and join the O’ Sullivan twins at boarding school

Skippy Dies by Paul Murray for a hilarious, rambunctious story about the death of a young student at a Catholic boarding school in Dublin

Never Let Me Go by Kazuo Ishiguro for a beautifully rendered book that will make you think about life, mortality, and what it means to be human

The Secret History by Donna Tartt for a classic, devastatingly powerful campus novel that will stay with you for a very long time

This post was guest edited by author Louise O'Neill. Her debut novel Only Ever Yours is out now in the UK & Ireland (US April 2015). Follow her on Twitter.

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