Davis, Tanita. Mare’s War. YA/ DAVIS
Teens Octavia and Tali learn about strength, independence, and courage when they are forced to take a car trip with their grandmother, who tells about growing up Black in 1940s Alabama and serving in Europe during World War II as a member of the Women's Army Corps.
Flanagan, John. Erak’s Ransom. Ranger’s Apprentice: Book 7. YA/ FLANAGAN
On a mission to pay the ransom of a new ally, apprentice Will and his friends find themselves in a desert wasteland awash with enemies.
Heath, Jack. Remote Control. YA/ HEATH
Teenage agent Six of Hearts is suspected of being a double agent, which has him on the run from his fellow agents at the Deck while also trying to track down his brother's kidnappers.
Huntley, Amy. The Everafter. YA/ HUNTLEY
After her death, seventeen-year-old Maddy finds a way to revisit moments in her life by using objects that she lost while she was alive, and by so doing she tries to figure out the complicated emotions, events, and meaning of her existence.
Jones, Carrie. Captivate. YA/ JONES
High school junior Zara and her friends continue to try to contain the pixies that threaten their small Maine town, but when a Valkyrie takes Zara's boyfriend, Nick, to Valhalla, the only way to save him is to trust a pixie king, Astley.
Shapard, Sara. Heartless. A Pretty Little Liars Novel. YA/ SHEPARD
After high school juniors Spencer, Emily, Hanna, and Aria think they have seen Ali, their missing and presumed dead friend, they pursue clues from a mysterious stalker, trying to find out if she is still alive.
Anhalt, Ariela. Freefall. YA/ ANHALT
Briar Academy senior Luke prefers avoiding conflict and letting others make his decisions, but he is compelled to choose whether or not to stand by the best friend whose reckless behavior has endangered Luke and may have caused another student's death.
LaCour, Nina. Hold Still. YA/ LaCOUR
Ingrid didn't leave a note. Three months after her best friend's suicide, Caitlin finds what she left instead: a journal, hidden under Caitlin's bed.
Lloyd, Saci. The Carbon Diaries 2017. YA/ LLOYD
In 2017, two years after England introduces carbon dioxide rationing to combat climatic change, eighteen-year-old Laura chronicles her first year at a London university as natural disasters and political upheaval disrupt her studies.
Johnson, Angela. Sweet, Hereafter. YA/ JOHNSON
Final book in the Heaven trilogy. Sweet leaves her family and goes to live in a cabin in the woods with the quiet but understanding Curtis, to whom she feels intensely connected, just as he is called back to serve again in Iraq.
Payne, C. D. Youth in Revolt. YA/ PAYNE
Cynical and sex-obsessed teen Nick Twisp documents in his journal his ongoing struggles to make sense out of high school, his divorced parents, and an enduring love for an intelligent girl before his frustrations escalate to an open revolt.
Rees, Celia. Sovay. YA/ REES
In 1794 England, the rich and beautiful Sovay, disguised as a highwayman, acquires papers that could lead to her father's arrest for treason, and soon her newly-awakened political consciousness leads her and a compatriot to France during the Revolution.
Roby, Kimberla Lawson. A Deep Dark Secret. YA/ ROBY
In the outside, twelve-year-old Jillian Maxwell is the perfect child. She's helpful with chores around the house, gets straight As in school, has plans for college, and stays out of trouble. She seems to have everything a girl could want: a big, beautiful new home, an adoring little sister, a mother who cares about her, and an attentive stepfather. But inside, Jillian harbors a terrible secret.
Cole, Stephen. Thieves Like Us. YA/ COLE
A mysterious benefactor hand-picks a group of teen geniuses to follow a set of clues leading to the secrets of everlasting life, secrets which they must steal and for which they risk being killed.
Jones, Diana Wynne Jones. Unexpected Magic. Collected Stories. YA/ JONES
A collection of sixteen stories including "The Plague of Peacocks," "Aunt Bea's Day Out," "The Fat Wizard," "No One," and "Everard's Ride."
Reiss, Kathryn. Pale Phoenix. YA/ REISS
When her parents take in a strange orphan girl with a mysterious past, fifteen-year-old Miranda decides to find out why she seems to have come from nowhere and how she seems to be able to disappear at will.
Shetterly, Will. Elsewhere. YA/ SHERRTEL
Ron, a teenage runaway, comes of age among the punk elves and humans of Bordertown, a run-down city on the border between the real world and the magic world of Faerie.
Thompson, Julian. The Grounding of Group 6. YA/ THOMPSON
Arriving at what they believe is an exclusive school, five sixteen-year olds are unaware that they have been sent there to be exterminated and that their teacher is a murderer for hire.
Tolan, Stephanie. Welcome to the Ark. YA/ TOLAN
When four child prodigies transfer from a center for research and rehabilitation to an experimental group home, they face another way of connecting with their world.
Young, Karen Romano. Cobwebs. YA/ YOUNG
ixteen-year-old Nancy enjoys the colorful ethnic mix of her heritage in several different Brooklyn households, not suspecting how very strange that heritage is. A girl walks across the Brooklyn Bridge, a backpack full of knitting slung over her shoulder, a green fish kite in her hand. A boy balances on the bridge's crisscross webbing, waiting for the girl to pass. Are they angels? Spiders? In love? Or in danger? Once they connect, they'll start a chain of events that could stretch out smoothly like the river below them -- or become knotted like a tangled web of spider silk.