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About A Girl (Metamorphoses #3)
by Sarah McCarry
Eighteen-year-old genius Tally makes a discovery that upends her fiercely ordered world and compels her to search for the mother who abandoned her as a baby, finding instead an enigmatic and beautiful girl who will unlock the door to her future.
The Divine (graphic novel)
written by Boaz Lavie; art by Asaf Hanuka, Tomer Hanuka
When his old army buddy offers him a lucrative contract in the obscure Southeast Asian country of Quanlom, Mark winds up with more than he can handle.
The Feminist Revolution: A Story of the Three Most Inspiring and Empowering Women in American History : Susan B. Anthony, Margaret Sanger, and Betty Friedan
by Jules Archer
Offers brief biographies of pioneering feminists Susan B. Anthony, Margaret Sanger, and Betty Friedan, presenting information on their roles in establishing key rights for women in the United States.
by Jennifer Lynn Barnes
When her grandfather develops dementia, sixteen-year-old Tess, who has been keeping his Montana ranch going, is whisked away to Washington, D.C., by a sister she barely knows and thrown into a world of politics, power, wealth, love triangles, and family secrets.
Ink & Ashes
by Valynne E. Maetani
When Japanese American Claire Takata finds out that her deceased father was once a member of the yakuza, a Japanese crime syndicate, danger enters her life that could end up killing someone.
Ink And Bone (Great Library #1)
by Rachel Caine
In a world where the Great Library of Alexandria governs the flow of information to the people, Jess discovers that those who control the Library believe that knowledge is more valuable than human life after his friend inadvertently commits heresy.
Make It Messy: My Perfectly Imperfect Life
by Marcus Samuelsson with Veronica Chambers
A memoir from the world-famous chef describes his life as an orphan in Ethiopia, upbringing by his adoptive family in Sweden, and the cooking lessons from his adoptive grandmother that lead him to train in some of Europe's most demanding kitchens.
Never Always Sometimes
by Adi Alsaid
Best friends Dave and Julia were determined to never be cliche high school kids-the ones who sit at the same lunch table every day, dissecting the drama from homeroom and plotting their campaigns for prom king and queen. They even wrote their own Never List of everything they vowed they'd never, ever do in high school.
Not After Everything
by Michelle Levy
After his mom kills herself, Tyler shuts out the world--until falling in love with Jordyn helps him find his way toward a hopeful future.
Public Enemies (Immortal Game #2)
by Ann Aguirre
Edie begins a desperate attempt to fulfill the terms of Kian's six-month deal to save him from being sacrificed, an effort that puts her under the control of the mysterious Harbinger's aegis and causes her to be targeted by mercenary monsters.
The Sacred Lies of Minnow Bly
by Stephanie Oakes
Losing everything including her family, her hands, and her ability to trust after spending twelve years in a cult, Minnow finds herself in juvenile detention when she refuses to tell what she knows about the death of the cult's leader.
Secret of the Sevens
by Lynn Lindquist
When eighteen-year-old Talan Michaels accepts an invitation to join a mysterious secret society at his boarding school, he becomes involved in a conspiracy involving secret passages, cryptic riddles, and a decades-old murder mystery that he must solve to save the school--and, perhaps, lives.
by Daniel Jose Older
When the murals painted on the walls of her Brooklyn neighborhood start to change and fade in front of her, Sierra Santiago realizes that something strange is going on--then she discovers her Puerto Rican family are shadowshapers and finds herself in a battle with an evil anthropologist for the lives of her family and friends.
Steve Jobs: Insanely Great
A Graphic Biography by Jesse Hartland
This biography in graphic format presents the story of the ultimateAmerican entrepreneur, who brought us Apple Computer, Pixar, Macs, iPods, iPhones and more, this unique and stylish book is sure to appeal to the legions of readers who live and breathe the techno-centric world Jobs created.
Survive the Night
by Danielle Vega
Fresh out of rehab for oxycodone addiction, Casey and some of her friends attend an all-night rave called Survive the Night in the New York City subway, and find themselves fighting for their lives because drugs are not the only danger here--something is using the rave to attract victims, and some of them will not be coming back.
Until the Beginning (Sequel to After the End)
by Amy Plum
With the help of her friend Miles, Juneau continues her desperate search to find and rescue her clan, but the same forces that abducted her people are after her because, unbeknownst to Juneau, she is the answer to unraveling an ancient secret that could change the world.
While You Were Gone (Duplexity #2)
by Amy K. Nichols
Eevee, an aspiring artist and daughter of Arizona's governor, and Danny, a reformed troublemaker who lives in foster care in his own world, join forces to correct a breach between parallel universes.