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New Fiction

The Rest of Us Just Live Here by Patrick Ness

While immortals threaten world domination, Mikey is just trying to deal with exams, nurse a hopeless crush, and--oh yeah--not freak out about the unexplained blue lights and explosions around town.


Last Night at the Circle Cinema by Emily Franklin

One boarded-up movie theater.  Three best friends (or at least they used to be).  And one night before graduation for their "final farewell, the kind of night we'd look back on and remember in detail."

Fans of the Impossible Life by Kate Scelsa

Jeremy is painfully shy.  Mira is trying to start over.  Sebby is fabulous but he struggles in foster care.  In one another's company, they find comfort and transcendence.

Con Academy by Joe Schreiber

Will, a teen con artist, bluffs his way into one of the country's most exclusive private schools.  But classmate Andrea is a grifter too, and she gives him a run for his (well, other people's) money.

Shadowshaper by Daniel Jose Older

In Brooklyn, Sierra trains in a secret magic, "shadowshaping," that infuses ancestral spirits into drawings to create living art.  Meanwhile, a killer and his minions aim to destroy all shadowshapers.

The Suffering by Rin Chupeco

Companion to The Girl from the Well.  To help angry spirits find peace, teen exorcist Tark and ghost girl Okiku venture into Japan's infamouse "Suicide Forest" on a quest that may be more than they can handle.

Speak by Louisa Hall

Told in five interwoven voices, including those of a seventeenth-century Puritan girl and a convict living in 2040, this novel imagines the history and future of artificial intelligence.
Trouble is a Friend of Mine by Stephanie Tromly

Zoe is reluctantly settling into her new town when she's enlisted by Digby--a teenage vigilante investigator--to help him with his outrageous schme to locate a missing teenager.

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More New Fiction

Very in Pieces by Megan Frazer Blakemore

Vey is tired of following the rules "like a sucker," while the rest of her family cuts out on basic responsibilities.  It's time to stop keeping everyone else afloat and do what she wants.

The Accident Season by Moira Fowley-Doyle

Every October, Cara and her family inexplicably suffer bruises, broken bones, and worse.  Is it coincidence?  Or a curse?  As Cara begins to look closer, the mysteries only multiply and deepen.

Adrift by Paul Griffin

A series of impulsive decisions and a surprise storm leave five teens lost at sea, with few means of survival.  As days pass, they hope for resuce--and tensions quickly mount.

This Broken Wondrous World by Jon Skovron

When the twisted Dr. Moreau threatens to launch a global war against humans, Frankenstein's monster's son must rally his friends to thwart Moreau's grotesque army.  Companion to Man Made Boy.

Blood Will Tell: Point Last Seen by April Henry

After a woman is killed near Nick's home, Nick goes from being one of many Portland Search and Rescue volunteers on the case to being the prime suspect for the murder.

The Girl Who Slept with God: a Novel by Val Brelinski

Arco, Idaho, 1970: when Grace returns from a missionary trip pregnant, her ashamed father sends Grace and her sister Jory to live in a house at the edge of town, where no one from church will see them.

A Prince without a Kingdom by Timothee de Fombelle

1936: Vango reunites with his mentor, Padre Zefiro, to find the dastardly Voloy Viktor.  Their game of cat and mouse spans years and continents and finally reveals Vango's long-secret identity.