New books have been pouring into the library the last two weeks! Some are already on the shelves (or even checked out) and more are on their way. Check out these titles:
Awakened by P. C. Cast (FIC Cast) – Neferet, restored to her position of High Priestess in Tulsa’s House of Night, sets out to lure Zoey back to Oklahoma and complete her plan of vengeance, but Zoey, recovering with Stark on the Isle of Skye where she is being groomed to take over for Queen Sgiach, is not so easily tempted; while Stevie Rae and Rephaim try to decide the course of their relationship. (House of Night book #8)
Beautiful darkness by Kami Garcia (FIC Garcia) – In a small southern town with a secret world hidden in plain sight, sixteen-year-old Lena, who possesses supernatural powers and faces a life-altering decision, draws away from her true love, Ethan, a mortal with frightening visions.
The chronicles of Vladimir Tod : twelfth grade kills by Heather Brewer (FIC Brewer) – The Council of Elders, having been informed that Tomas still lives, puts off Vlad’s execution, providing Vlad the opportunity to try to set some things right.
Clockwork angel by Cassandra Clare (FIC Clare) – Sixteen-year-old Tessa Gray travels to England in search of her brother only to be abducted by the Dark Sisters, residents of London’s Downworld, home to the city’s supernatural folk, and she becomes the object of much attention–both good and bad–when it is discovered she has the power to transform at will into another person.
The Darlings in love by Melissa Kantor (FIC Kantor) – Three fourteen-year-old best friends experience the joys and heartbreaks of first love.
Dead to you by Lisa McMann (FIC McMann) – Having been abducted at age seven, abandoned, a foster child, and homeless, Ethan, now sixteen, is happy to be home until his brother’s suspicion and his own inability to remember something unspeakable from his early childhood begin to tear the family apart.
Desert angel by Charlie Price (FIC Price) – In the California desert, fourteen-year-old Angel is on the run from the man who abused her, killed her mother, and intends to kill her too.
Destined by P.C. Cast (FIC Cast) – Zoey, safe at home with her guardian warrior Stark, confronts new forces at work in the House of Night, including Aurox, a devastatingly handsome teenage boy, created by Neferet as her greatest weapon. (House of Night book #9)
The fault in our stars by John Green (FIC Green) – Sixteen year old Hazel, who has cancer, meets Augustus at a kids-with-cancer support group and as they fall in love they both wonder how they will be remembered.
I am number four by Pittacus Lore (FIC Lore) – In rural Ohio, friendships and a beautiful girl prove distracting to a fifteen-year-old who has hidden on Earth for ten years waiting to develop the Legacies, or powers, he will need to rejoin the other six surviving Garde members and fight the Mogadorians who destroyed their planet, Lorien.
Outlaw by Stephen Davies (FIC Davies) – The children of Britain’s ambassador to Burkina Faso, fifteen-year-old Jake, who loves technology and adventure, and thirteen-year-old Kas, a budding social activist, are abducted and spend time in the Sahara desert with Yakuuba Sor, who some call a terrorist but others consider a modern-day Robin Hood.
Plague : a Gone novel by Michael Grant (FIC Grant) – A deadly, flu-like epidemic and a plague of flesh-eating creatures threaten the lives of the children at Perdido Beach while Sam, Astrid, Caine, and Diana each struggle with doubts and uncertainties.
Room by Emma Donoghue (FIC Donoghue) – Five-year-old Jack has spent his life living in an eleven-by-eleven foot space his mother calls Room and while Jack uses his imagination to create wondrous fantasies to entertain himself, his mother dreads the day her son begins to question why they must remain in Room and tries to find a way to escape.
What can’t wait by Ashley Perez (FIC Perez) – Marooned in a broken-down Houston neighborhood–and in a Mexican immigrant family where making ends meet matters much more than making it to college–smart, talented Marissa seeks comfort elsewhere when her home life becomes unbearable.
When she woke by Hilary Jordan (FIC Jordan) – Hannah Payne has devoted her life to her church and family, but when she is accused of murdering her unborn child and turned into a Chrome, transplanted into a new body that matches the color classification of her crime–red for murder–and left in a bare room where cameras broadcast her every move to the public for their entertainment, Hannah vows to protect the identity of her child’s father, a public figure who would be ruined if their affair is revealed.