YA Assortment -04.2019

Aurora Rising - When Legionnaire Tyler Jones follows a distress call to rescue a cryogenically frozen girl from a 220-year-old lost transport ship the night before the squad Draft, he ends up with much less—and much more—than he expected. – Kirkus Starred Review

How to Make Friends with the Dark - From the New York Times bestselling author of Girl in Pieces comes a novel about love and loss and learning how to continue when it feels like you're surrounded by darkness that Karen M. McManus, the New York Times bestselling author of One of Us Is Lying, calls "rare and powerful."

Internment - This raw portrait of a young activist coming into her own is not subtle, but it's not meant to be…Though Layla angrily asserts, "Forgetting is in the American grain," her near-future story serves as a potent and impassioned reminder of what American nationalism led to in our not so distant past. - The New York Times Book Review - Jennifer Hubert Swan *"...a poignant, necessary story that paints a very real, very frank picture of hatred and ignorance, while also giving readers and marginalized individuals hope."—Booklist, starred review

Once & Future - Set in the future, this inclusive, refreshing take on the Arthurian mythos by Capetta (The Brilliant Death) and McCarthy (Now a Major Motion Picture) stars an impulsive teen female incarnation of Arthur who faces a heartless intergalactic commercial monopoly. While escaping the Mercer Company’s flagship, Ketchan-born Ari, 17, and Kay, her adoptive elder brother, crash on Old Earth, where Ari draws an ancient sword from a tree. With that act, she awakens backward-aging Merlin—now a teen—from his crystal cave and gives him his 42nd chance to vanquish Morgana and mentor Arthur’s efforts to unite humanity.  – Publisher’s Weekly Starred Review

Opposite of Always - This charming, wry novel packed with witty, crackling banter is propulsively readable. There are some big questions about choice, consequences, loyalty, and love in this novel, and Reynolds beautifully complements those heavy concerns with the sweet, funny, and genuine voice of his protagonist. – Booklist Starred Review

Red Scrolls of Magic – From #1 New York Times bestseller Cassandra Clare and award-winner Wesley Chu comes the first book in a new series that follows High Warlock Magnus Bane and Alec Lightwood as they tour the world after the Mortal War.   VERDICT Themes of acceptance, self-worth, and compassion are well represented, making this selection an important addition to libraries that already have the author's other books.— School Library Journal

Shout - ★ "In this powerful memoir told in free verse, Anderson delves into her past. . .Her potent words and willingness to shout her message are proof of the soundness of that advice." —Publishers Weekly, starred review ★ "A captivating, powerful read about clawing your way out of trauma, reclaiming your body,and undoing lifetimes of lessons in order to use your voice as the weapon it is. Fervent and deafening." —Booklist, starred review ★ "Readers new to Anderson will find this accessible. It's a strong example of how lived experience shapes art and an important book for the #MeToo movement." —Kirkus Reviews, starred review

Wicket Saints – A girl who can speak to gods must save her people without destroying herself. / A prince in danger must decide who to trust. / A boy with a monstrous secret waits in the wings.Together, they must assassinate the king and stop the war. "This dark fantasy starts off with a bang... The upfront presence of the gods adds an intriguing twist to a brutal story. The ending is as powerful as the opening, and there are explosive elements waiting to detonate in the expected sequels." - BOOKLIST

You’d Be Mine - "Witty and charming, with an off-the-charts, irresistible blend of romance, humor, and characters who steal your heart from page one. Erin Hahn is an author to watch." - Karen M. McManus, New York Times bestselling author of One of Us Is Lying VERDICT Readers do not have to be fans of country music in order to root for Annie and Clay to find their way to love. A strong choice. – School Library Journal

YA Assortment -04.2019

•Fiction – YA
• Author: Assorted
• Interest Level: Grades 9-12 – YA
• 304 - 480 pages
•Jacketed Hardcover Editions

YA Assortment – 9 Volumes

Aurora Rising (Aurora Cyle #1)

How to Make Friends with the Dark


Once & Future

Opposite of Always

Red Scrolls of Magic, The (Eldest Curses #1)


Wicked Saints (Something Dark and Holy Series #1)

You'd Be Mine: A Novel

Amie Kaufman, Jay Kristoff

Kathlene Glasgow

Samira Ahmed

Amy Rose

Justin A Reynolds

Cassandra Clare, Wesley Chu

Laurie Halse Anderson

Emily A Duncan

Erin Hahn










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