Here’s a look at our newest YA books. Click the title to view the book in our catalog, read reviews, and place the book on hold!
Invisibility (Cremer, Andrea)
Stephen has been invisible for practically his whole life because of a curse his grandfather, a powerful cursecaster, bestowed on Stephen’s mother before Stephen was born. So when Elizabeth moves to Stephen’s NYC apartment building from Minnesota, no one is more surprised than he is that she can see him. A budding romance ensues, and when Stephen confides in Elizabeth about his predicament, the two of them decide to dive headfirst into the secret world of cursecasters and spellseekers to figure out a way to break the curse. (Magic, Fantasy, Family Problems)
The Loop (Lawson, Shandy)
Ben and Maggie have met, fallen in love, and died together countless times. Over the course of two pivotal days - both the best and worst of their lives - they struggle again and again to resist the pull of fate and the force of time itself. With each failure, they return to the beginning of their end, a wild road trip that brings them to the scene of their own murders and into the hands of the man who is destined to kill them. (Science Fiction)
Sketchy (Samms, Olivia)
The first book in a series about 17-year-old Bea Washington, an edgy, charismatic outsider and recovering addict, who discovers that with her newfound sobriety, she has a disturbing new skill: an ability to see, and draw, people’s thoughts. Alarmingly, these visions are only getting stronger and increasing in frequency. (Paranormal Mystery)
Gorgeous (Rudnick, Paul)
When 18-year-old Becky Randle’s mother dies, she is whisked away from a trailer park to New York City, where fashion designer Tom Kelly offers to transform her into a glamorous Rebecca, a girl fit for a prince - but soon she begins to fear that she will lose touch with her real self.
Furious (Wolfson, Jill)
We were only three angry girls, to begin with. Alix, the hot-tempered surfer chick; Stephanie, the tree-hugging activist; and me, Meg, the quiet foster kid, the one who never quite fit in. We hardly knew each other, but each of us nurtured a burning anger: at the jerks in our class, at our disappointing parents, at the whole flawed, unjust world. We were only three angry girls, simmering uselessly in our ocean-side California town, until one day a mysterious, beautiful classmate named Ambrosia taught us what else we could be: Powerful. Deadly. Furious. (Mythology, Revenge)