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Burning Nation (Divided We Fall #2)
by Trent Reedy
Idaho is a war zone under Federal occupation, and Danny Wright and his friends in the Idaho Militia are determined to fight back, running guerrilla missions against the army--but what at first seemed like a straightforward battle against governmental repression quickly grows murky, and Danny finds that even winning the war does not mean an end to tyranny.
Dead of Winter (Arcana Chronicles #3)
by Kresley Cole
In order to protect Jack from two of the most horrific Arcana, The Lovers, and the vast army they command, Evie leaves the comfort offered by Death and joins her allies in a frozen and perilous post-apocalyptic wasteland, but for her battle plan to succeed, she must persuade Death and Jack to work together.
Fairest: Levana's Story (Lunar Chronicles #4)
by Marissa Meyer
Relates the story of Queen Levana, a ruler who uses her "glamour" to gain power, before she crossed paths with Cinder, Scarlet, and Cress.
Frostfire (Kanin Chronicles #1)
by Amanda Hocking
Tracker Bryn Aven's goal of becoming a member of the elite King's Guard is threatened when she is sent to stop Konstantin, a fallen hero who she once secretly loved, who appears to be kidnapping changelings.
by Gina Damico
Max Kilgore has accidentally unleashed a devil--and now the big, evil oaf is living in his basement. If Max doesn't meet the devil's demands (which include providing unlimited junk food and a hot tub), everyone and everything he holds dear could go up in smoke.
A List of Things That Didn't Kill Me: A Memoir
by Jason Schmidt
Jason Schmidt wasn't surprised when he came home one day during his junior year of high school and found his father, Mark, crawling around in a giant pool of blood. Things like that had been happening a lot since Mark had been diagnosed with HIV, three years earlier. Jason's life with Mark was full of secrets--about drugs, crime, and sex. If the straights--people with normal lives--ever found out any of those secrets, the police would come. Jason's home would be torn apart. So the rule, since Jason had been in preschool, was never to tell the straights anything. A List of Things That Didn't Kill Me is a funny, disturbing memoir full of brutal insights and unexpected wit that explores the question: How do you find your moral center in a world that doesn't seem to have one?
Tear You Apart
by Sarah Cross
Faced with a possible loophole to her "Snow White" curse, Viv meets the prince who is supposed to save her, but cannot seem to let go of the young man cursed to be her huntsman.
by Norah Olson
Told from separate viewpoints, unfolds how sisters Sydney and Ally Tate's relationship changes as they get involved with their new neighbor, Graham, an artist with a videocamera who has a mysterious--and dangerous--past.
Unmade (Sequel to Entangled)
by Amy Rose Capetta
Cadence is in a race against time and space to save her family and friends from the Unmakers, who are tracking the last vestiges of humanity across the cosmos.
Vivian Apple at the End of the World
by Katie Coyle
Not believing in the powerful Church of America, Vivian returns home after the alleged "Rapture" and discovers her devout parents gone and two mysterious holes in the roof, an event that causes her to search for the truth.
by Victoria Laurie
Sixteen-year-old Maddie Flynn cannot help but see the death date of everyone she meets or sees in a photograph or on-screen, and her alcoholic mother exploits this by having her do readings for money, but when Maddie predicts the death of a young boy, she becomes the center of an FBI investigation.