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YA Best-Sellers – 09/2015 ...


• Reading Level: YA
• Author: Assorted
• All 2015 publications
• Hardcover Editions

 Dumplin':

 Murphy (Side Effects May Vary) successfully makes every piece of the story - Dolly Parton superfans, first love, best-friend problems, an unlikely group of pageant entrants, female solidarity, self-acceptance, and Willowdean's complicated relationship with the mother who nickneamed her "Dumplin'" - count, weaving them together to create a harmonious, humorous, and thought-provoking whole - Publishers Weekly starred review

 Hunter:

 ...some 250 years after the nuclear catastrophy that caused the pole-reversing Diseray, bits and pieces of our Earth, both geographical and cultural, remain. Joyeaux's narration is spellbinding, the prose is easily balancing the technology of the future with the traditions of the past. Captivating, dynamic, well-paced, and thrilling - Kirkus Reviews starred review

Star Wars: Journey to Star Wars: The Force Awakens Lost Stars:

 Star Wars meets Romeo and Juliet in this epic YA novel that follows 2 best friends who find themselves on opposite sides of the war between the Empire and the Rebellion. This thrilling YA novel gives readers a macro view of some of the most important events in the Star Wars universe. - Good Reads 4.3 out of 5 stars

This Monsterous Thing:

Lee's accomplished first novel envisions an early-19th-century Geneva where clockwork technology is common yet controversial. Alasdair, has used clockwork technology to resurrect Oliver, his dead brother. Alasdair keeps him hidden - the only other person who knows of Oliver's existance is Mary Godon - or as history knows her, Mary Shelley. Lee does a fine job incorporating Shelley which should please those familiar with Frankenstein and it's author. - Publisher's Weekly 

Walk on Earth a Stranger:

 Carson (Girl of Fire and Thorns series) launches her Gold Seer trilogy with a winning story set in 1849 gold rush America. Fifteen-year-old Leah Westfall lives a happy life with her parents in Georgia during the waning years of that state's gold boom. Leah has a magical ability to locate the precious metal, but her gift becomes a liability when she is forced from her home by a villain determined to control her. Carson's story is simply terrific - tense and exciting - Publisher's Weekly starred review

Whar We Saw:

In a fictional analog of the 2012 Steubenville, Ohio rape case, allegations of gang-rape at a high school party expose a small town's ugly truths. Even minor characters here are carefully conceived, and every bit of dialogue and social media activity is chillingly note-perfect. A powerful tale of betrayal and a vital primer on rape culture. - Kirkus starred review 

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