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There has been plenty of success for such a young player as well - Rashford has won the FA Cup, EFL Cup and Europa League with United, the perfect start to what looks certain to be a glittering career.He has scored 26 goals in 87 appearances for his club and two goals in 13 caps for England and has been in especially good form at the start of the current campaign.All good dystopian novels are driven by the will to resist conformity, but Uglies was a strikingly new, dark tale which girls took to their hearts in droves.I remember my daughter and her friends passing copies around like samizdat literature, partly because it opened up issues such as the pressure they all felt about their looks.
Rashford has since scored on his debuts in the FA Cup, EFL Cup and Champions League, and within three minutes of his first England start.
Fantastically violent, the novel has sold 10 million copies world-wide, and is likely to be the hit movie of 2012. This year, Moira Young’s best-selling debut, Blood Red Road, a kind of Mad Max for girls, won the Costa Children’s Award, and has been bought by Ridley Scott for film; Meg Rosoff’s How I Live Now is about to start shooting with Saoirse Ronan as the lead in a story of underage passion in a future England plunged into war.
Malorie Blackman’s Noughts and Crosses, set in a racist society that is a photographic negative of our world, has been successfully adapted by the RSC as a play and has been one of the nation’s favourite series for the past decade.
They see adulthood glimmering on the horizon and that’s as scary as the apocalypse.” Imagining that you’re living in a place in which millions have starved to death (The Hunger Games), been drowned by melting ice-caps (Julie Bertagna’s Exodus), been killed off as surplus because eternal youth has been discovered (Gemma Malley’s The Declaration) or been dried up due to climate change (Moira Young’s Blood Red Road) does tend to make fears about having spots and tests less terrifying.
But many of the talented writers producing these stories never set out to write in the genre.