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SomeQuietPlace Some Quiet Place by Kelsey Sutton
Seventeen-year-old Elizabeth Caldwell sees, rather than feels, emotions; they’re beings who walk among us. The only emotion who engages with her now is Fear, and he’s as desperate as Elizabeth is to figure out how she became this way.
Wyrmeweald Wyrmeweald: Returner’s Wealth by Paul Stewart
Young pioneer, Micah, enters Wrymeweald full of hope to return home having made his fortune. But this is a land where wyrmes, fabulous dragon-like beasts, roam wild and reign supreme. After a near-brush with death on the edge of a canyon, Micah soon finds a chance to prove his worth when he meets with Eli, a veteran tracker of Wrymeweald.
ThisSongWill This Song Will Save Your Life by Leila Sales
Nearly a year after a failed suicide attempt, sixteen-year-old Elise discovers that she has the passion, and the talent, to be a disc jockey.
SomebodyUpThere HatesYou Somebody Up There Hates You by Hollis Seamon
Dying of cancer in a hospice, seventeen-year-old prankster Richard has big plans for his final days.
NightSchool Night School by C. J. Daugherty
After her third arrest in one year, sixteen-year-old Allie’s parents send her to Cimmeria Academy, a boarding school, where she finds herself exposing the dark secrets of the school and her classmates.
AMomentComes A Moment Comes by Jennifer Bradbury
As the partition of India nears in 1947 bringing violence even to Jalandhar, Tariq, a Muslim, finds himself caught between his forbidden interest in Anupreet, a Sikh girl, and Margaret, a British girl whose affection for him might help with his dream of studying at Oxford.
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