From Goodreads: While flying an Allied
fighter plane from Paris to England, American ATA pilot and amateur
poet, Rose Justice, is captured by the Nazis and sent to Ravensbrück,
the notorious women's concentration camp. Trapped in horrific
circumstances, Rose finds hope in the impossible through the loyalty,
bravery and friendship of her fellow prisoners. But will that be enough
to endure the fate that’s in store for her?
The Elementals (The Vespertine #3) by Saundra Mitchell
From Goodreads: Kate Witherspoon has
lived a bohemian life with her artist parents. In 1917, the new art form
of the motion picture is changing entertainment—and Kate is determined
to become a director.
Meanwhile, midwestern farm boy Julian Birch
has inherited the wanderlust that fueled his parents’ adventures. A
childhood bout with polio has left him crippled, but he refuses to let
his disability define him.
Strangers driven by a shared vision,
Kate and Julian set out separately for Los Angeles, the city of dreams.
There, they each struggle to find their independence. When they finally
meet, the teenage runaways realize their true magical legacy: the
ability to triumph over death, and over time. But as their powerful
parents before them learned, all magic comes with a price.
Elegy (Hereafter #3) by Tara Hudson
From Goodreads: stalker ghost,
misguided Seers, and spellbinding wraiths—Amelia Ashley has faced them
all. Now her greatest hope is to spend the rest of her afterlife with
her living boyfriend, Joshua. But the demonic forces return to give her
an ultimatum: turn herself over to the darkness or watch them murder one
living person per week until she does.
Amelia fears she might
really be doomed, until the forces of light give her another option. She
can join them in their quest to gather souls, with a catch: Once she
joins them, she can never see Joshua again.
Faced with impossible choices, Amelia decides to take her afterlife into her own hands—and fight back.
Rules of Summer by Joanna Philbin
From Goodreads: THE RULES OF SUMMER is
about two 17 year-old girls living in the same beachfront mansion in
East Hampton for the summer, one “upstairs” (the daughter of a very
blue-blooded family) and one “downstairs” (the niece of the family’s
housekeeper.) Isabel is the privileged daughter who’s used to having
guys fall at her feet. Rory is the no-nonsense girl from a small New
Jersey town who’s always been the friend, never the girlfriend. Besides
becoming each other’s unlikely allies, both Rory and Isabel have a
summer romance that will change their lives.
When You Were Here by Daisy Whitney
Publisher: Little, Brown
From Goodreads: Danny's mother lost her
five-year battle with cancer three weeks before his graduation-the one
day that she was hanging on to see.
Now Danny is left alone, with
only his memories, his dog, and his heart-breaking ex-girlfriend for
company. He doesn't know how to figure out what to do with her estate,
what to say for his Valedictorian speech, let alone how to live or be
When he gets a letter from his mom's property
manager in Tokyo, where she had been going for treatment, it shows a
side of his mother he never knew. So, with no other sense of direction,
Danny travels to Tokyo to connect with his mother's memory and make
sense of her final months, which seemed filled with more joy than Danny
ever knew. There, among the cherry blossoms, temples, and crowds, and
with the help of an almost-but-definitely-not Harajuku girl, he begins
to see how it may not have been ancient magic or mystical treatment that
kept his mother going. Perhaps, the secret of how to live lies in how
Phoenix (Black City #2) by Elizabeth Richards
Publisher: Putnam Juvenile
From Goodreads: Weeks after his
crucifixion and rebirth as Phoenix, Ash Fisher believes his troubles are
far behind him. He and Natalie are engaged and life seems good. But his
happiness is short-lived when he receives a threatening visit from
Purian Rose, who gives Ash an ultimatum: vote in favor of Rose’s Law
permanently relegating Darklings to the wrong side of the wall or
Natalie will be killed.
The decision seems obvious to Ash; he
must save Natalie. But when Ash learns about The Tenth, a new and deadly
concentration camp where the Darklings would be sent, the choice
doesn’t seem so simple. Unable to ignore his conscience, Ash votes
against Rose’s Law, signing Natalie’s death warrant and putting a
troubled nation back into the throes of bloody battle.
The Moon and More by Sarah Dessen
Publisher: Viking Juvenile
From Goodreads: Luke is the perfect
boyfriend: handsome, kind, fun. He and Emaline have been together all
through high school in Colby, the beach town where they both grew up.
But now, in the summer before college, Emaline wonders if perfect is
Enter Theo, a super-ambitious outsider, a New Yorker
assisting on a documentary film about a reclusive local artist. Theo's
sophisticated, exciting, and, best of all, he thinks Emaline is much too
smart for Colby.
Emaline's mostly-absentee father, too, thinks
Emaline should have a bigger life, and he's convinced that an Ivy League
education is the only route to realizing her potential. Emaline is
attracted to the bright future that Theo and her father promise. But she
also clings to the deep roots of her loving mother, stepfather, and
sisters. Can she ignore the pull of the happily familiar world of Colby?
Emaline wants the moon and more, but how can she balance where she comes from with where she's going?
The Keep (The Watchers #4) by Veronica Wolff
Publisher: NAL Trade
Drew has just started
her second year on the Isle of Night, and the weather isn’t the only
thing changing drastically. She has ascended to the rank of Initiate.
She’s also found an intimate love in the handsome vampire, Carden. But
most of all, she no longer dreams of escape. She dreams of vengeance.
friend, Emma, was brutally wounded by the savage vampire Alcántara, and
may have been taken to the dreaded castle, from which none of the
living return. But there are so many different stories from so many
people with so many of their own deceits and machinations, Drew can’t be
sure of anything—except that she must find a way into the castle to
discover the truth and take down Alcántara once and for all.
But Drew isn’t the only one out for revenge. Someone very dangerous on the island is also out for blood…
Seige and Storm (The Grisha #2) by Leigh Bardugo
Publisher: Henry Holt and Co.
From Goodreads: Hunted across the True
Sea, haunted by the lives she took on the Fold, Alina must try to make a
life with Mal in an unfamiliar land, all while keeping her identity as
the Sun Summoner a secret. But she can’t outrun her past or her destiny
The Darkling has emerged from the Shadow Fold with a
terrifying new power and a dangerous plan that will test the very
boundaries of the natural world. With the help of a notorious privateer,
Alina returns to the country she abandoned, determined to fight the
forces gathering against Ravka. But as her power grows, Alina slips
deeper into the Darkling’s game of forbidden magic, and farther away
from Mal. Somehow, she will have to choose between her country, her
power, and the love she always thought would guide her–or risk losing
everything to the oncoming storm.
The Wall by William Sutcliffe
Publisher: Walker Childrens
From Goodreads: Joshua lives with his
mother and step-father in Amarias, an isolated town, where all the
houses are brand new. Amarias is surrounded by a high wall, guarded by
soldiers, which can only be crossed through a heavily fortified
checkpoint. Joshua has been taught that the Wall is the only thing
keeping his people safe from a brutal and unforgiving enemy.
day, Joshua stumbles across a tunnel that leads underneath the Wall. The
chance to catch a glimpse of life on the other side of The Wall is too
tempting to resist. He's heard plenty of stories about the other side,
but nothing has prepared him for what he finds . . .
You Look Different in Real Life by Jennifer Castle
From Goodreads: For the rest of the world, the movies are entertainment. For Justine, they're real life.
premise was simple: five kids, just living their lives. There'd be a
new movie about them every five years, starting in kindergarten. But no
one could have predicted what the cameras would capture. And no one
could have predicted that Justine would be the star.
Justine doesn't feel like a star anymore. In fact, when she hears the
crew has gotten the green light to film Five at Sixteen, all she feels
is dread. The kids who shared the same table in kindergarten have become
teenagers who hardly know one another. And Justine, who was so funny
and edgy in the first two movies, feels like a disappointment.
these teens have a bond that goes deeper than what's on film. They've
all shared the painful details of their lives with countless viewers.
They all know how it feels to have fans as well as friends. So when this
latest movie gives them the chance to reunite, Justine and her costars
are going to take it. Because sometimes, the only way to see yourself is
through someone else's eyes.
Over You by Amy Reed
Publisher: Simon Pulse
From Goodreads: Max would follow Sadie
anywhere, so when Sadie decides to ditch her problems and escape to
Nebraska for the summer, it’s only natural for Max to go along. She is
Sadie’s confidante, her protector, and her best friend. This summer will
be all about them. This summer will be perfect.
But that’s before they meet Dylan.
is dangerous and intoxicating, and he awakens something in Max that she
never knew existed. No matter how much she wants to, she can’t back
But Sadie has her own intensity, and has never allowed Max
to become close with anyone else. And Max doesn’t know who she is
Crushed (Pretty Little Liars #13) by Sara Shepard
From Goodreads: It's springtime in
suburban Rosewood, which means iced soy lattes, fresh manicures in
shimmering pastels—and prom. But while everyone else is flipping through
the racks at Saks in search of the perfect dress, Hanna, Spencer,
Emily, and Aria are on a different kind of hunt: They're looking for A. .
Hanna puts her campaign for prom queen on the back burner to
volunteer at the burn clinic, where one of A's victims is recovering.
Emily digs into Ali's past at the mental hospital with some very crazy
consequences. Spencer contacts a private eye to help her stalk her
stalker. But when their sessions get a little too private, they may
forget to keep their eyes on A. . . . And Aria's worried that A is even
closer than she thought. When her dark secret from Iceland finally comes
to light, she discovers that maybe, just maybe, the one person she's
been trying to hide the truth from has known all along.
are finally taking the fight to A. But no matter what they do, A's
always one step ahead, ready to crush the girls completely.
The Impossibility of Tomorrow (Incarnation #2) by Avery Williams
Publisher: Simon & Schusters Books for Young Readers
From Goodreads: Seraphina has been
living for centuries, thanks to a special method of alchemy, but only
recently has she really felt alive. She’s finally broken free from her
controlling boyfriend, Cyrus, and after years of swapping bodies to
preserve her immortality, is happily settled into a life worth sticking
with. Because in this life, she has Noah.
But Noah might not be
as trustworthy as he seems. After he delivers an ominous message that
could only come from Cyrus, Sera is worried that her new friends and
family will find out her secret. And as her suspicions extend beyond
Noah, Sera is forced to wonder about her new friends as well: Could her
old coven be disguising themselves right under her nose?
Will Sera have to move to another body—and take another life—or can she find a way to keep what she’s got, forever?
Insomnia (Night Walkers #1) by J.R. Johansson
From Goodreads: Instead of sleeping,
Parker Chipp enters the dream of the last person he’s had eye contact
with. He spends his nights crushed by other people’s fear and pain, by
their disturbing secrets—and Parker can never have dreams of his own.
The severe exhaustion is crippling him. If nothing changes, Parker could
soon be facing psychosis and even death.
Then he meets Mia. Her
dreams, calm and beautifully uncomplicated, allow him blissful rest that
is utterly addictive. Parker starts going to bizarre lengths to catch
Mia’s eye every day. Everyone at school thinks he’s gone over the edge,
even his best friend. And when Mia is threatened by a true stalker,
everyone thinks it’s Parker.
Suffering blackouts, Parker begins
to wonder if he is turning into someone dangerous. What if the monster
stalking Mia is him after all?
Underneath by Sarah Jamila Stevenson
From Goodreads: The story of a girl who develops the power to hear thoughts in the wake of a family tragedy.