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The Abyss Surrounds Us
by Emily Skrutskie
Cassandra Leung--a seventeen-year-old trainer of Reckoners, sea beasts bred to defend ships--is kidnapped by the pirate queen Santa Elena and ordered to train a Reckoner pup to defend Santa Elena's ship.
After the Woods
by Kim Savage
On the eve of the year anniversary of the Shiverton Abduction, two former best friends grapple with the consequences of that event.
All In (Naturals #3)
by Jennifer Lynn Barnes
Cassie Hobbes and the Naturals are called in to investigate a series of murders in Las Vegas.
by Sarah Ahiers
Seventeen-year-old Lea Saldana, a trained assassin, falls in love with Val Da Via, a boy from a rival clan, until tragedy intervenes and sets her on a course of revenge against the Da Vias family.
The Bitter Side of Sweet
by Tara Sullivan
Kept as forced labor on a chocolate plantation in the Ivory Coast, Amadou and his younger brother Seydou had given up hope, until a young girl arrives at the camp who rekindles the urge to escape.
by Kaitlin Ward
Wishing she could just spend time with her new girlfriend, Lea struggles with the decline in humanity as an environmental disaster strikes.
Bluescreen (Mirador #1)
by Dan Wells
In 2050 Los Angeles, Marisa and her friends experiment with an allegedly safe virtual drug and find themselves caught up in a dangerous conspiracy.
Calamity (Reckoners #3)
by Brandon Sanderson
David prepares for a confrontation against the High Epic to help his friend, Prof, achieve redemption and embrace his destiny.
Firstlife (Everlife #1)
by Gena Showalter
Locked in an asylum for her refusal to let her parents dictate her afterlife choices, Ten Lockwood finds herself caught in a violent power struggle between the two leading Everlife realms that would do anything to claim her powerful soul.
The Forbidden Wish
by Jessica Khoury
Forced to hide her true identity, Zahra, a teenage genie, finds her chance for freedom challenged by her love for her master, Aladdin.
The Girl from Everywhere
by Heidi Heilig
Sixteen-year-old Nix has sailed across the globe and through centuries aboard her time-traveling father's ship. But when he gambles with her very existence, it all may be about to end.
The Glass Sword (Red Queen #2)
by Victoria Aveyard
The electrifying next installment in the Red Queen series escalates the struggle between the growing rebel army and the blood-segregated world they've always known -- and pits Mare against the darkness that has grown in her soul.
It's Getting Hot in Here: The Past, Present, and Future of Climate Change
by Bridget Heos
This hard-hitting look at climate change tackles the past, present, and future of global warming, examining the effects it's having across the world, the politics behind denial, and the ways in which we can all work to lessen the harsh effects of our warming world.
Kill the Boy Band
by Goldy Moldavsky
Four fan-girls of The Ruperts, sneak away to a hotel in Manhattan to see their favorite boy band, but when one of them literally drags Rupert Pierpont to their room and they tie him up, things get complicated--and when Rupert is killed things go from bad to worse.
Kingdom of Ashes
by Rhiannon Thomas
A conclusion to the Sleeping Beauty-inspired series that includes A Wicked Thing finds Aurora branded a traitor and desperately practicing her magical powers to free the kingdom from the king's tyrannical rule.
by Laura Williams McCaffrey, with illustrations by Sally Cantirino
Sixteen-year-old Lyla lives in a bleak, controlling society where only the brightest and most favored students succeed. When she is caught buying cheats in an underground shadow market, she is tattooed--marked--as a criminal. Then she is offered redemption and she jumps at the chance, but it comes at a high cost, and doing what is right means betraying the boy she has come to love.
Raging Sea (Undertow #2)
by Michael Buckley
Struggling to survive in a decimated south Brooklyn where nearly everyone she loves is missing or presumed dead, Lyric Walker works to unite the Alpha before a second wave of cataclysmic invasions wipe out the rest of humanity.
Revenge and the Wild
by Michelle Modesto
Seventeen-year-old foul-mouthed Westie, the notorious adopted daughter of local inventor Nigel Butler, lives in the lawless western town of Rogue City where she sets out to prove the wealthy investors in a magical technology that will save her city are the cannibals that killed her family and took her arm when she was a child.
by Veronica Rossi
After regaining consciousness from a seemingly fatal accident, eighteen-year-old U.S. Army Ranger Gideon Blake discovers that he is War, one the legendary Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse, and together with Conquest, Famine, and Death, must save humanity from an ancient evil.
Salt to the Sea
by Ruta Sepetys
Racing to freedom with thousands of other refugees as Russian forces close in on their homes in East Prussia, Joana, Emilia, and Florian meet aboard the doomed Wilhelm Gustloff and are forced to trust each other in order to survive.
Same But Different: Teen Life on the Autism Express
by Holly Robinson Peete
Through the alternating stories of twins Callie and Charlie, their fictional counterparts, teenagers Ryan Elizabeth Peete and RJ Peete discuss what it is like for RJ as a teenager with autism and Ryan as a teenager with an autistic sibling.
The Smell of Other People's Houses
by Bonnie-Sue Hitchcock
Growing up in Alaska in the 1970s isn't like growing up anywhere else: Don't think life is going to be easy. Know your place. And never talk about yourself. Four vivid voices tell intertwining stories of hardship, tragedy, wild luck, and salvation.
Some of the Parts
by Hannah Barnaby
A devastated teenaged girl sets out on a quest to track down transplant recipients after she discovers that her older brother was an organ donor.
Stars Above: A Lunar Chronicles Collection
by Marissa Meyer
A collection of six stories from the universe of the Lunar Chronicles answer such questions as: How did Cinder first arrive in New Beijing? How did the brooding soldier Wolf transform from young man to killer? When did Princess Winter and the palace guard Jacin realize their destinies?
Symptoms of Being Human
by Jeff Garvin
A gender-fluid teenager who struggles with identity creates a blog on the topic that goes viral, and faces ridicule at the hands of fellow students.
Thanks for the Trouble
by Tommy Wallach
Parker hasn't spoken since he watched his father die five years ago. He communicates through writing on slips of paper and keeps track of his thoughts by journaling. A loner, Parker has little interest in school, his classmates, or his future. But everything changes when he meets Zelda, a mysterious young woman with an unusual request: 'treat me like a teenager.
by Victoria Scott
Seventeen-year-old Astrid Sullivan belongs to a family of compulsive gamblers, and now that her father has been laid off from his job in Detroit and lost all their money betting on the Titans, which are half-horse, half car, and race around impossible tracks, her family is falling apart--but when Astrid's new friends give her the chance to participate in this year's Titan races, she thinks she sees a way to win some money and keep her family together.
Truthwitch (Witchlands #1)
by Susan Dennard
On a continent ruled by three empires, some are born with a 'witchery,' a magical skill that sets them apart from others. In the Witchlands, there are almost as many types of magic as there are ways to get in trouble--as two desperate young women know all too well.
by Jenny Downham
Life has just become very complicated for seventeen-year-old Katie; her father walked out a year ago, her mother is stressed out, her brother is a "special needs" teenager, and she is caring for the maternal grandmother she has never met, who is suffering from Alzheimer's--and Katie has a secret of her own that she cannot reveal.
The Unpopular Ones: Fifteen American Men and Women Who Stood Up for What They Believed In
by Jules Archer
Today we recognize these unpopular ones as both brave and in the right. Their stories remind us that sometimes it is important to speak out against the popular opinions of the time. These fifteen men and women set stunning examples of standing up for what you believe in. Be inspired by their courage and perseverance up against the odds.
The V-Word: True Stories About First-Time Sex
edited by Amber J. Keyser
Seventeen writers (including Christa Desir, Justina Ireland, Sara Ryan, Carrie Mesrobian, Erica Lorraine Scheidt, and Jamia Wilson) pull back the sheets and tell all, covering everything from straight sex to queer sex, diving-in versus waiting, and even the exhilaration and disappointment that blankets it all. Some of their experiences happened too soon, some at just the right time, but all paint a broad picture of what first-time sex is really like.
A Weird and Wild Beauty: The Story of Yellowstone, The World's First National Park
by Erin Peabody
Documents the 19th-century explorations of a team of scientists and artists who surveyed, sampled, sketched and photographed the natural wonders of Yellowstone before appealing to Congress to have the region preserved from development.
Where Futures End
Five interconnected stories that weave a subtle science-fictional web stretching out from the present into the future, presenting eerily plausible possibilities for social media, corporate sponsorship, and humanity, as our world collides with a mysterious alternate universe.
The Word for Yes
by Claire Needell
Three sisters try to get used to life after their parents' divorce. The gap between the girls widens, until a devastating incident at a high school party changes everything.