Pen is a girl who dresses like a boy and people can’t seem to decide whether she should be more feminine or just man up in M-E Girard’s Girl Mans Up.
The complex, dramatic, and provocative Winner’s Trilogy comes to a close in Marie Rutkoski’s final installment, The Winner’s Kiss. It’s the ultimate game of heart versus head for our heroine, Kestrel, as she must choose a side in the midst of a war where everything is at stake. Rutkoski leaves you with a tantalizing story of struggle, secrecy, and sacrifice that you won’t be able to put down!
Alternating narrators piece together the story of what happened on April 19th: from April’s Highly Superior Autobiographical Memory, to Gavin’s superfluous use of hashtags, to Phoebe’s second thoughts about the Plan, Sarah Combs intertwines each one of their narratives to create a psychological thriller that reflects the attacks that unfortunately have become a part of today’s reality.
Red London is hosting an international tournament, White London has a new ruler, Black London may be rising from the ashes, and Grey London native Lila Bard is slowly discovering her own magic powers in V.E. Schwabâ€™s A Gathering of Shadows.
In a world of alternate Londons, cross-dressing thieves, and coats with more than two sides, Kellâ€™s multi-colored eyes still stand out in V.E. Schwabâ€™s A Darker Shade of Magic.
In between being blackmailed and hiding his sexuality, it’s proving difficult for Simon Spiers to figure out who his mysterious email pen-pal is in Becky Albertalli’s Simon vs. the Homo Sapiens Agenda.
In Maggie Stiefvaterâ€™s first book of the Raven Cycle series, she take us on a journey of magic, death, and heartbreak.
Coraline moves into a new house and is surprised to find a passage into another identical house which is ruled by the button-eyed Other Mother. Neil Gaimanâ€™s classic tale is a creepier version of Alice in Wonderland.
As Cities Burn prioritized signing a record deal over everything, and somehow were still surprised when things didnâ€™t work out the way they thought they would.