Geek Fantasy Novel, by E. Archer. Y Archer.
Ralph is asked to spend the summer with his strange British relatives at their old manor house in order to set up their Wi-Fi network. And thus begins his strange adventure. What happens when a science geek and magic collide? Archer presents a comic tour de force for those who obsess about wizards and warcraft.
The Gathering (Darkness Rising, Book One), by Kelley Armstrong. Y Armstrong.
Sixteen-year-old Maya suspects there may be a relationship between her paw-print birthmark, her connection with wild animals, and strange events occurring in her tiny Vancouver Island community, where a medical research facility harbors big secrets.
Chime, by Franny Billingsley. Y Billingsley.
In the early twentieth century in Swampsea, seventeen-year-old Briony, who can see the spirits that haunt the marshes around their town, feels responsible for her twin sister’s horrible injury until a young man enters their lives and exposes secrets that even Briony does not know about.
Red Glove (Curseworkers, Book Two), by Holly Black. Y Black.
When federal agents learn that seventeen-year-old Cassel Sharpe, a powerful transformation worker, may be of use to them, they offer him a deal to join them rather than the mobsters for whom his brothers work.
Blood and Flowers, by Penny Blubaugh. Y Blubaugh.
When the Outlaw Puppet Troupe is accused of various crimes by a vengeful critic, the members escape to the faerie world to avoid being incarcerated.
Strings Attached, by Judy Blundell. Y Blundell.
When she drops out of school and struggles to start a career on Broadway in the fall of 1950, seventeen-year-old Kit Corrigan accepts help from an old family friend, a lawyer said to have ties with the mob, who then asks her to do some favors for him.
Stay, by Deb Caletti. Y Caletti.
In a remote corner of Washington State where she and her father have gone to escape her obsessive boyfriend, Clara meets two brothers who captain a sailboat, a lighthouse keeper with a secret, and an old friend of her father who knows his secrets.
Awakened (House of Night), by PC Cast. Y Cast.
Zoey has returned from the Otherworld to her rightful place as High Priestess at the House of Night. Her friends are just glad to have her back, but after losing her human consort, Heath, will Zoey–or her relationship with her super-hot Warrior, Stark–ever be the same?
City of Fallen Angels (Mortal Instruments, Book Four), by Cassandra Clare. Y Clare.
As mysterious murders threaten the new peace between Shadowhunters and Downworlders, only Simon, the Daylighter vampire, can help bring both groups together.
The FitzOsbornes in Exile (sequel to A Brief History of Montmaray), by Michelle Cooper. Y Cooper.
In January 1937, as Sophia FitzOsborne continues to record in her journal, the members of Montmaray’s royal family are living in luxurious exile in England but, even as they participate in the social whirl of London parties and balls, they remain determined to free their island home from the occupying Germans despite growing rumors of a coming war that might doom their country forever.
Wither (Chemical Garden, Book One), by Lauren DeStefano. Y DeStefano.
After modern science turns every human into a genetic time bomb with men dying at age twenty-five and women dying at age twenty, girls are kidnapped and married off in order to repopulate the world.
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