Stunned – Sarah Noffke

(The Lucidites, Book Two) Roya desperately wishes she was above ground, on a sunny patio, watching the lake lap up on the shore. Instead, she finds herself trapped with the Lucidites. Just when she thinks she’s finally escaping the Institute, a new danger unveils itself. It’s up to Roya to figure out who’s behind it and how to save everyone... Action-packed and captivating - will leave audiences squirming from the tension and begging for more.



An Ember in the Ashes – Sabaa Tahir

“An Ember in the Ashes could launch Sabaa Tahir into JK Rowling territory...It has the addictive quality of The Hunger Games combined with the fantasy of Harry Potter and the brutality of Game of Thrones.” —Public Radio International


What Dreams May Come – Beth M. Honeycutt

Ellie is an ordinary, nothing-special girl who feels invisible most of the time. But Ellie has a best friend, someone she can turn to whenever she has a problem. Well, some might call him an imaginary friend, since they’ve never actually met outside of dreams.


Beggar Magic – H.L. Burke

In Gelia City, magic is music: a constant ever-changing melody known as the Strains. Hereditary ability to use the Strains divides the city into two classes: the wealthy Highmost, who can access the full potential of the Strains, and the Common tradesmen, who are limited to mundane spells, known as beggar magic.





Novel Ideas – J.C. Allen

Penny Reed’s hopes for the future come to a crashing halt when her father dies, making her a ward of the state. Knowing her grandfather is still alive and recognizing she’d never survive in the “system,” she steals her father’s boat and sails away to find a grandfather who doesn't know she exists.



Awoken – Sarah Noffke

2015 Summer Book Awards Winner: Around the world humans are hallucinating after sleepless nights. In a sterile, underground institute the forecasters keep reporting the same events. And in the backwoods of Texas, a sixteen-year-old girl is about to be caught up in a fierce, ethereal battle.





On Hearing of My Mother’s Death Six Years After It Happened – Lori Schafer

It was the spring of 1989. I was sixteen years old, a junior in high school and an honors student. I had what every teenager wants: a stable family, a nice home in the suburbs, a great group of friends, big plans for my future, and no reason to believe that any of that would ever change. Then came my mother’s psychosis. I experienced first-hand the terror of watching someone I loved transform into a monster, the terror of discovering that I was to be ...

Spartanica – Powers Molinar

"Fresh, dynamic, a little scary, funny and engaging. Since this is the first book in a series, readers can look forward to more from Molinar in the future.” -- Portland Book Review. Winner, Pacific Book Awards. A young-adult/teen science fiction adventure novel....