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by Cindy Zablockis
Lexi’s no ordinary teenager. She was born with the ability to read minds and sense danger. But on her seventeenth birthday, she realized how different she was after transforming, literally that is. Now she’s developing powers stronger than a superhero. But she’s no superhero.
Far from it.
She has no control over her abilities and causes accidents every time she’s nervous or upset, which being a teenager is hard to avoid, especially when the most popular boy... more
by Melissa McShaneMagician Evon Lorantis makes a living inventing spells to defend his country against the ruthless warlord intent on conquering it. When he learns of a series of mysterious, powerful fires, he sets out to find the magician responsible, hoping to get her to turn her talent toward the war. But the young woman he discovers is nothing like he expected, and soon Evon is caught up in a mystery a thousand years old, where myth and magic meet, and if he can't find a solution, it will mean the destruction... more
by Billy Phillips & Jenny NissensonOnce Upon a Zombie—Book One: The Color of Fear, features fourteen-year-old Caitlin Fletcher who suffers from agoraphobia and other debilitating anxieties. Caitlin is forced to confront the root of her phobias when she is pulled into the depths of a fairy tale world rapidly decaying into a zombie wasteland.
by Kelly RisserHow can one day go so very wrong? One minute Meara Quinn is making plans for how she will spend the summer before her senior year and the next she's finding out that her mother's cancer has returned and they are moving away from the only home she's ever known.
Now every day is a struggle as Meara tries to cope with her mother's illness, being forced to move to another country to live with grandparents--whom she thought disowned her mother--and having weird visions of a father who was absen... more
by LJ Cohen
by Aaron GalvinSixteen-year-old Sarah Kelly never expected to meet the Devil’s daughter. She only sought innocent dancing in the moonlight, not a coven entranced by their dark priestess. When her friends partake of a powder meant to conjure spirits—and the results go horribly awry—Sarah is forced to make a choice. To keep their secret risks her own damnation, but to condemn them may invoke the accusing remnants of Salem to rise again.
by Catharine BramkampThird in the Future Girls Series - Future Run is a Mad Max run across the barren Mid-kingdom to reach California in time - but in time for what?
by LA HendricksDevastating tragedy puts 14-year-old high school freshman Marla Owens, on a fast-paced journey of survival, revival and coming of age. Driven by a force she can't begin to understand and a burning need to find out the truth, she heads toward her mother’s home in North Dakota. She soon learns more about herself and her family than she could have ever imagined — her mother was royal heir to the powerful Skatian throne! And now the Skatian people need her to protect their world from those who wish ... more
by Annelie WendebergMicka's world is ruled by terror. Her friends are dying. All she can do is aim, fire, reload. "The world before me is round. Not round as in sphere-round, but as in circular-round, a dotted cross stamped on its milky surface. Green is the only colour glimmering atop the greyscale. Green is where my bullets will go. Black and green is how blood looks when it spills. Even the scents of the forest are black and green. Black like the soil; green like the foliage. The white is the fog. The Fo... more
by S. AcevedoLife's good at the top. Until you're not. The son of the God of War has it all, and the smooth-talking, jet-setting master knows it. The once chubby cherub now has adoring fans, a shiny red limousine, and a mansion nearly, almost, not quite big enough to hold his enormous and ever-growing ego. But everything changes for the sloppy, ill-aiming love god when a meddling stranger challenges him for his crown. Not even the advice of his war-mongering father, Mars, and embarrassingly underdresse... more
by Julian R. VacaFINDING YOUR IDENTITY HAS NEVER BEEN THIS DANGEROUS. Farah is a night watcher. It's a job she's had in her Village for over a year, and it may end up being her role. Roles are important. They're how you survive in the barren, post-apocalyptic desert known as the bowl. But Farah doesn't want to be a night watcher, and, the truth is, she doesn't know what she wants. Rubik is from another planet. He just crash-landed on Earth after being lost in the galaxies for what felt like a millennia. He doesn... more
by Alan StroeOn an island ruled by women, a lonely boy gets an unexpected chance at love, but a callous Casanova ruins it. His friend, Mario, an opponent of the matriarchy regime, attempts to coach him in matters of the heart. He soon realizes his own romantic relationship is in trouble, from the very same cause.
by Bobbie KinkeadRhyonna's Fright is a storybook for family reading set in an idyllic faery realm of Celtic mythology. Faery Rhyonna, who loves to fly, is the Flying Teacher of the Wee Ones. Only Rhyonna is too hasty with desires, so falls victim to a hideous Zzuf. Her impulsive haste endangers the Tawynee Flyers and Friends who search for her. Rhyonna must escape the horror fluff; even if her wings are damaged. This hideous fluff plans to eat everything she loves.
by Sarah Alicia Lindquist
"Never speak Their name. Never leave loose ends."
Continuing from Biomech Vol.1:
It's been five months since Ray and the Shadow Box crew were able to stop Xham and help the country of Remore rid itself of most of its corruption. Most.
In that time though, Ray has come no closer to uncovering the deeper mysteries of his biomech Rezzel and the cydar Sy is no closer to finding his family.
What's worse is Ray has begun to lose control of his powers, Rezze... more
by Hilary ThomponThe people need Justice, but she's not listening. One hundred years before, the Great Sickness reduced the world to three cities. Now the community of Asphodel is trapped underground, waiting for the prophesied maiden of Justice to return and save them from their Fates. Sixteen-year-old Astrea is supposed to be this savior - too bad for them she isn't a believer. Trea fights against her false destiny: she rebels against her family and friends, then refuses her arranged marriage to the cha... more
by K.D. Van Brunt
Jace has been the property of the U.S. Army since they found out about her when she was five, and now she has become one of its most valuable weapons. But Jace is not the only one of her kind. Gray is one too, but with the help of his sister, he has spent most of his sixteen years hiding from the Army.
Now, the Army has found out about Gray and they cannot allow him to roam free. Operating on the theory that it takes one to catch one, Jace is send out with a special ops squad to hunt Gr... more