My 12-year-old son read The Lord of the Rings six times in one summer. He'd finish the story and start back in on page 1. He was drawn to the intrigue and adventure of that classic.
Jeff Gerke at Marcher Lord Press maintains that our youth are writing - and reading - fantasy. The way to communicate to them is through speculative fiction, although the mainstream Christian publishing houses don't always get that.
Hence, I appreciate Bryan Davis, who writes adventure and mind-bending fiction that appeals to the young reader. When they are bombarded by a culture eager to take them down divergent pathways, it is nice to place quality literature in their hands that does not cultivate corruption.
Check out Bryan Davis' latest adventure novel, Beyond the Reflection's End. You can see more info at Amazon and also at his website. Any fiction that communicates to young people is worth supporting.