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Away We Go
by Emil Ostrovski
Youths infected with the fatal Peter Pan Virus are sent to Westing Academy where Noah Falls pins his affections on a boy who does not reciprocate, and soon tarnishes his other relationships and increases his feelings of self-loathing.
Beware That Girl
by Teresa Toten
When a scholarship girl and a wealthy classmate become friends, their bond is tested when a handsome young teacher separately influences the girls in order to further his less-than-admirable interests.
by Danielle Rollins
After three years in juvenile detention, Angela is just months shy of release, but then ten-year-old Jessica arrives in shackles and is placed in segregation, and while no one knows what she did to end up there, creepy things begin to happen and it becomes clear that Jessica and her possible supernatural powers are more dangerous than anyone expected.
by Graham McNamee
Tyne "Tiny" Greer is 6' 6", a high school basketball star who is hoping the game will be her ticket out of the slum. She lives in a run-down building called The Zoo, where her father is the superintendent. After an earthquake she discovers a crack in the wall of an abandoned basement room... and sealed up in the wall is a girl's body. When her dad tells her she must be seeing things, Tyne finds evidence that the body was moved from the hole in the wall. What is her father hiding?
Down with the Shine
by Kate Karyus Quinn
After the death of her best friend, Lennie takes some of her family's moonshine to a party where the wishes everyone makes before drinking seem to come true.
The End of Fun
by Sean McGinty
Seventeen-year-old Aaron is hooked on FUN, a new augmented reality experience that is as addictive as it is FUN. But when he sets off on a treasure hunt, left by his late grandfather, Aaron must navigate the real world and discover what it means to connect--after the game is over.
by Suzanne Young
Quinlan is a closer--someone who takes on the short-term role of a deceased loved one. Her last case brought down her entire world; now she's involved in an effort to fight an epidemic.
Essential Maps for the Lost
by Deb Caletti
After discovering a dead body in the lake, Mads obsesses over why the woman committed suicide and fixates on the deceased's grieving son, with whom she pursues a relationship, despite his being ignorant of Mad's connection to his mother.
Flamecaster (Shattered Realms #1)
by Cinda Williams Chima
Thrown together by chance and united by their hatred of the king, Ash, a gifted healer, and Jenna, a girl abandoned at birth, find themselves on the run from the King's Guard.
Forest of Ruin (Age of Legends #3)
by Kelley Armstrong
Desperate to outmaneuver the evil Alvar Kitsune, Moria allies with Gavril, while Ashyn discovers that she is the key to a ritual that could reawaken an ancient dragon and turn the tide of the coming battle in their favor.
The Glittering Court (Glittering Court #1)
by Richelle Mead
Both a school and a business venture, the Glittering Court is designed to transform impoverished girls into upper-class ladies capable of arranging powerful and wealthy marriages in the New World. Adelaide naturally excels in her training and even makes a few friends: the fiery former laundress Tamsin and the beautiful Sirminican refugee Mira. She manages to keep her true identity hidden from all but one: the intriguing Cedric Thorn, son of the wealthy proprietor of the Glittering Court.
Golden (Heart of Dread #3)
by Melissa de la Cruz, Michael Johnston
Desperate to escape the dangers of the ruins of New Kandy, Nat and Wes must put their love to the ultimate test by chancing even more perilous surroundings in hopes of seeing their world reborn by saving the source of magic.After discovering a dead body in the lake, Mads obsesses over why the woman committed suicide and fixates on thedeceased's grieving son, with whom she pursues a relationship, despite his being ignorant of Mads' connection to his mother.
by Sonya Hartnett
Colt Jenson and his younger brother, Bastian, have moved to a new, working-class suburb. Their father, Rex, showers them with gifts — toys, bikes, all that glitters most — and makes them the envy of the neighborhood. To the local kids, the Jensons are a family out of a movie, and Rex a hero — successful, attentive, attractive, always there to lend a hand. But to Colt he's an impossible figure: unbearable, suffocating. Has Colt got Rex wrong, or has he seen something in his father that will destroy their fragile new lives?
by Jesse Andrews
A road trip adventure about a trio of jazz-camp escapees who, against every realistic expectation, become a band.
The Hunt (Sequel to The Cage)
by Megan Shepherd
After being abducted from Earth and forced to work as human captives in a safari-themed environment called the Hunt, Cora works to develop her psychic powers to help her friends escape and return home.
The Incident on the Bridge
by Laura McNeal
When Thisbe Locke is last seen standing on the edge of the Coronado Bridge it looks like there is only one thing to call it and the town prepares to mourn the loss, but her sister Ted, and Fen, the new kid in town, are not convinced and they set out to figure out what happened on that bridge and find Thisbe.
The Last Full Measure
by Trent Reedy
Danny Wright is considered to be a hero by many in the rebel held area of Idaho and the Northwest, but he has little faith in what passes for a government there, or in the secretive and repressive Brotherhood--and when nuclear weapons are detonated in Washington, D.C. and New York, the Civil War suddenly turns into World War III.
The Last Star (The 5th Wave #3)
by Rick Yancey
In the epic conclusion to the 5th Wave series, Cassie, Ben, Ringer, and Evan confront the Others' plans for the fate of the human race and the planet.
The Lie Tree
by Frances Hardinge
On an island off the south coast of Victorian England, fourteen-year-old Faith investigates the mysterious death of her father, who was involved in a scandal, and discovers a tree that feeds upon lies and gives those who eat its fruit visions of truth.
The Lonely Ones
by Kelsey Sutton
The stress of her father's job loss causes Fain to feel invisible at home and in her new school, but she escapes with the monsters of her imagination until a family crisis and a human friend cause her to reconsider.
Meet Me Here
by Bryan Bliss
Expected to follow in the proud tradition of his military family, Thomas accepts a friend's suggestion that he enjoy one last night of fun before his service begins and embarks on an evening filled with risks, doubts, courage and confrontations about the realities of his brother's PTSD.
by Kristin Cronn-Mills; art by E. Eero Johnson
Frankie Neumann's an introvert, and he's always been the outsider in his family of performers, but all that's about to change once he finds an outlet for his artistic talents.
The Raven King (Raven Cycle #4)
by Maggie Stiefvater
Blue has been warned that she will cause her true love's death. She doesn't believe in true love and never thought this would be a problem, but as her life becomes caught up in the strange and sinister world of the Raven Boys, she's not so sure anymore.
Redemption (Mila 2.0 #3)
by Debra Driza
Mila has been running for her life for so long. But there might be nowhere left for her to go. Especially now that she's an incredible danger to herself and anyone who dares get close to her. That's why Mila has gone into hiding with her friend, tech expert Lucas. She can't take the risk of hurting people worse than the way she hurt Hunter: the boy she'll always love, the boy who might never forgive her for what she's done. But then Mila discovers that General Holland has plans that are an even bigger threat to humanity than she is. Mila must make a choice: either push aside her fears and fight him with everything she's got... or turn her back on the world forever.
Saving Montgomery Sole
by Mariko Tamaki
A small-town misfit and paranormal enthusiast in a school filled with bigoted jocks and less-than-intelligent cheerleaders uses a crystal amulet to help fight back against those who discriminate against her friends.
by Holly Schindler
Learning about a tragic love story that unfolded on the stage of a run-down theater many years earlier, Quin aspires to rewrite the story for her drama class and discovers that the theater is being renovated and that two of her classmates are reliving the story.
This is the Story of You
by Beth Kephart
Seventeen-year-old Mira lives in a small island beach town off the coast of New Jersey year-round, and when a devastating superstorm strikes she will face the storm's wrath and the destruction it leaves behind alone.
by Amy Reed
Turning to drugs and alcohol after his brother's suicide and his mother's abandonment, Marcus meets Evie, who keeps him from vice, but when she is found almost drowned, Marcus is barred from seeing her and must cope with another loss.
The Way I Used to Be
by Amber Smith
Shattered when she is raped by her best friend's brother, high school student Eden navigates the terrible pain of trauma and broken friendship while finding the courage to reveal what happened.