“a novel about the difference between being lost and not being found, and the power of language to reveal who we truly are.”
The Cure for Dreaming is set in 1900s Oregon, with the backdrop of the suffragist movement. Olivia Mead is called on stage to be hypnotized by the young and famous Henri Reverie.
“A provocative sequel infused with Gaiman’s emblematic humor and nuance.”
Centuries ago, when Earth colonized the moon, no one could have predicted the Lunar population would evolve as it did.
In magical books such as Landline and Eleanor & Park, Rainbow Rowell has proven herself to be a writer of exquisite lyricism and heartbreaking characterization.
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In my college years I fell hard for the shadows and complexities of 20th century Russia.
It’s been more than three years since the release of John Green’s The Fault in Our Stars, and into that vacuum has swept a class of tender-funny romance novels featuring one or more young
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“the Thunder Road series . . . [is] off to an engine-revving start . . .”
“sweet, lighthearted fun with a nice multi-layered world to spend some time in.”
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“We all need protecting, even if we don’t always know what from.”
"DeStefano’s page-turner of a book with its cliffhanger ending deserves its multiple starred reviews."
“a beautifully written, stand-out debut . . .”
“From the dark, grimy delinquency of Brooklyn to the hot grasslands of the African savannah, Fiore’s exhilarating story and unforgettable characters sweep the reader onward.”
“Black Ice is well done and guaranteed to keep readers on the edge of their seats.”
“Readers will race through this story.
“Embracing the full gamut of teenage emotion and vernacular, Hero Complex is a mystery filled with suspense and intrigue to devour with relish.”
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“Cremer delivers it all: intrigue, romance, dangerous adventures, imaginative machines, and perilous secrets. What more could anyone ask for? This is a delightful read.”
“. . . a beautiful, personal variety of storytelling rarely found in works of young adult literature.”
". . . Stevens captures the shifting sands of high school alliances with a knowing eye."
"The Perfect Match is the perfect match for readers who love big families and humor."
“Nearly every creature who lives here was once loved by a child of Earth, and loved the child in return.