This is a story of a world after it was saved, after the heroes have given up everything and gone home broken and alone. This is a story—not about the exuberance of youth—but about the experience (both bad and good) that comes with age.
The biggest name in K-Pop just wants a night of freedom but when she bumps into an enthusiastic young photographer, she gets more than she bargained for in Maurene Goo’s Somewhere Only We Know.
Magnus Bane and his Shadowhunter boyfriend Alec Lightwood just want to relax on their European vacation but there’s a mysterious cult that’s seriously cramping their style in Cassandra Clare and Wesley Chu’s The Red Scrolls of Magic.
For Auben Mtuze, ignoring society’s view of him because of his vices is hard but silencing the voice in his head urging him to embrace his dark side is even harder in Nicky Drayden’s Temper.
After almost setting the school on fire during an argument, Clara and Rose are forced to work together on Clara’s dad’s food truck all summer long in Maurene Goo’s The Way You Make Me Feel.
Through imaginary letters written to female filmmakers, Sandhya Menon’s FROM TWINKLE, WITH LOVE is a delightful story about first love, friendships, and breaking the glass ceiling.
With well chosen words, a twisty literary plot, and complicated characters, Samuel Miller’s ambitious and clever debut, A LITE TOO BRIGHT, is a must read for John Green fans.
If you are looking for something to tide you over ‘til the feast of the next Into the Badlands episode, Serial Box’s Born to the Blade can be your amuse-bouche.