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Teen BOOK TITLES PUBLISHED IN August 2017
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After the Game by Abbi Glines
Returning to her hometown to raise her daughter two years after nobody believed her rape accusation against a popular boy, Riley forges an unexpected friendship with a young man who begins to question the town’s negative opinions. By the best-selling author of the Rosemary Beach series. Field Party No. 3
All Rights Reserved by Gregory Scott Katsoulis
Preparing to deliver her Last Day speech to celebrate her new adulthood in a world where every word and gesture is copyrighted, patented or trademarked, a 15-year-old girl elects to remain silent rather than pay to speak, a decision that threatens to unravel the fabric of society. Word$ No. 1
The Arsonist by Stephanie Oakes
A tale told from three revolving viewpoints follows the experiences of a death row arsonist’s daughter, who dreams of reuniting with a mother believed dead, and a Kuwaiti immigrant with epilepsy who is struggling to graduate, an unlikely duo that investigates the history-shaping 1989 murder of a beautiful, young East German resistance fighter.
The Art of Feeling by Laura Tims
A girl enduring constant pain in the aftermath of a disabling accident that ended her mother’s life forges an unexpected bond with a boy whose medical condition prevents him from feeling pain and compels him to engage in self-destructive behaviors. By the author of Please Don’t Tell.
Ash and Quill by Rachel Caine
Imprisoned in Philadelphia after fleeing London, Jess and his band of exiles confront book-burning adversaries before striking a bargain to share their knowledge about a machine capable of breaking the Library’s rule. By the best-selling author of the Outcast Season series. The Great Library No. 3
The Authentics by Abdi Nazemian
A proud Iranian-American teen embarks on a journey of self-discovery after learning that she is adopted, a situation that is further complicated by cultural infighting, her mother’s over-the-top birthday plans and a taboo romance. By the award-winning author of The Walk-In Closet.
Blight by Alexandra Duncan
A teenage girl desperately searches for a cure while outmaneuvering a devastating plague that tears through her home, killing every living thing it touches. By the author of Salvage.
The Broken World by Lindsey Klingele
A sequel to The Marked Girl fi nds Liv, Cedric and Kat banding together to defeat the forces of a traitor
who seeks to conquer the kingdom of Caelum, which has become connected to Los Angeles by open portals that are also triggering violent imbalances in the natural world.
The Con by Leopoldo Gout
On the run from corrupt authorities, teen geniuses Tunde, Painted Wolf and Rex work under the radar to protect their families, find a missing sibling and save the world from a mastermind warlord. By the executive producer of Zoo. Genius No. 2
Crystal Blade by Kathryn Purdie
Freed from her fate as Sovereign Auraseer, Sonya struggles to manage her unstable empathic abilities after the fall of her empire, Valko’s trial and her growing awareness of a vengeful force that lurks in the palace shadows. Burning Glass No. 2
The Dazzling Heights by Katharine McGee
A second entry in the series set in a futuristic New York City continues the adventures of the teen residents of a high-tech luxury building where a complicated web of lies is threatening everything they care about. Thousandth Floor No. 2
Dress Codes for Small Towns by Courtney Stevens
The tomboy daughter of a preacher rebels against conventional beliefs about the proper role she should conform to and ends up getting into trouble with her posse of friends before a love triangle complicates her relationships and makes her aware of her gender identity.
Ferocious by Paula Stokes
A psychologically suspenseful follow-up to Vicarious finds Winter Kim discovering the fates of two siblings before resolving to claim what is left of her family and destroy the man who hurt them. By the author of Liars, Inc.
The Hearts We Sold by Emily Lloyd-Jones
When a devil’s pact to forfeit her heart so she can escape a difficult home environment goes terribly wrong, a young woman forges ties with other deal-makings teens, including a secretive charmer who causes her to question whether or not she can give away a missing heart.
How to Disappear by Sharon Huss Roat
Living life strictly below the radar after her only friend moves away, Vicky, determined to put off her mother’s intervention, Photoshops herself into
pictures that she posts online before meeting numerous people who feel just as alone and ignored as she does. By the author of Between the Notes.
In 27 Days by Alison Gervais
A Wattpad award winner follows the story of a teen who in the aftermath of a classmate’s suicide accepts an offer by Death to go back in time to prevent the tragedy, a dubious opportunity that leads to friendship, life-risking danger and a terrible choice.
Kissing Max Holden by Katy Upperman. Ed by Kat Brzozowski.
Life becomes complicated for a teen girl who is caught kissing the bad boy next door in the wake of his father’s stroke, despite the fact that he already has a girlfriend and her own home life is far from serene. A first novel.
The League of American Traitors by Matthew Landis
Approached at his deadbeat father’s funeral by a man claiming to be an associate of his deceased parents, 17-year-old Jasper learns that he is the lone surviving descendant of Benedict Arnold before he is thrust into a world of secrets tied to America’s history.
Little & Lion by Brandy Colbert
Returning home to Los Angeles from her New England boarding school, Suzette considers staying home for good so that she can be near her friends, her crush, and her recently diagnosed bipolar brother, a situation that is complicated by her growing feelings for the girl her brother loves. By the award-winning author of Pointe.
Love Is Both Wave and Particle by Paul Cody
Two students at an alternative school for high-achieving but troubled teens are chosen for a confidential year-long project to write their life stories and collect interviews from those who know them, an endeavor that has transformative effects.
A Map for Wrecked Girls by Jessica Taylor
Shipwrecked and stranded on an island with nobody but a troubled, secretive boy to help them survive, a fiercely confident girl and her estranged younger sister struggle to overcome their differences in order to find their way back home.
Mr. 60% by Clete Barrett Smith
Selling drugs to support a cancer-stricken guardian and barely passing his classes while his peers and vice principal gossip about his dropping out, Matt is reluctantly partnered with a cheerful social outcast, Amanda, whose private acquaintance with heartbreak renders her an unexpected source of renewal. By the author of the Intergalactic Bed & Breakfast series.
Orphan, Agent, Prima, Pawn by Elizabeth Kiem
Coming of age in a mid-20th-century Moscow orphanage for the unwanted children of Stalin’s enemies, a teenaged ballerina who once had a psychic vision Bolshoi Ballet before the KGB offers to forgive her family’s past if she works against the West as a psychic spy. Bolshoi Saga No. 3
Poe: Stories and Poems – A Graphic Novel Adaptation by Gareth Hinds
A volume of graphic novel renderings of some of Edgar Allan Poe’s best-known works includes “The Cask of Amontillado,” “The Tell-Tale Heart” and “The Raven.” By the creator of the graphic novels Macbeth and Beowulf.
The Rattled Bones by S. M. Parker
A young woman forged by the challenges of life on the Maine coast suffers the loss of her father before experiencing ghostly visions of an island where an archeology student is researching a native culture that was evicted a century earlier. By the author of The Girl Who Fell.
Red Dirt by Anna Jarzab
A proud Midwestern girl navigates the dangerous underworld of her small Oklahoma town while searching for her missing father and struggling to keep her life, and a new relationship, from falling apart.
Reunited by Colleen Houck
Waking up on her nana’s farm with no memory of her past, Lily discovers that her body is now part human, part lion and part fairy, and that she must harness new abilities in order to defeat the evil god Seth while finding her way to everlasting love. Reawakened No. 3
Sasquatch, Love, and Other Imaginary Things by Betsy Aldredge & Carrie Dubois-Shaw
Dragged around her whole life by her obsessed yeti-hunting parents, Samantha is humiliated when her parents participate in a reality show under the watch of a contemptuous prep-school crew, including a boy who scorns Samantha’s humble Ohio roots. A first novel.
The Secret History of Us by Jessi Kirby
Waking up after a week-long coma to discover that she has lost the last four years of her memory, Olivia bonds with the jaded young man who saved her life and resists the advances of friends whom she comes to realize are keeping secrets from her. By the author of Moonglass.
Seven Trees of Stone by Leo Hunt
Inexplicably transported to the Dunbarrow forest, Luke and Elza discover that a Deadside spirit has broken open the gateway between the living and spirit worlds and that a plague of insanity is spreading throughout their hometown, a situation that is further complicated by Luke’s debt to Mr. Berkley.
Shimmer and Burn by Mary Taranta
Fighting to survive in the slums of Brindaigel’s realm, Faris is forced to smuggle stolen magic into a plague-ridden neighboring kingdom on behalf of a
power-hungry royal when Faris’ sister is abducted and sold into slavery.
Solo by Kwame Alexander with Mary Rand Hess
A novel in verse tells the story of 17-year-old Blade Morrison, who endeavors to resolve painful issues from his past to navigate the challenges of his
former rock-star father’s addictions, scathing tabloid rumors and a protected secret that threatens his own identity. By the Newbery Medal-winning author of The Crossover.
Sparks of Light by Janet B. Taylor
A sequel to Into the Dim finds Hope and her fellow Viators racing back in time to Guilded Age New York City, where they navigate the intrigues of late
19th-century high society to prevent the history-changing theft of an invention by Nikola Tesla.
Spellbook of the Lost and Found by Moira Fowley-Doyle
Noticing on a stormy Irish summer night that she and her friend are missing some of their personal possessions, Olive becomes alarmed when she realizes that her friend may have lost something much more important before mysterious diary pages begin to appear throughout the town at the same time three strangers arrive at a nearby estate.
These Things I’ve Done by Rebecca Phillips
Grappling with the consequences of choices that led to her best friend’s death a year earlier, a 17-year-old girl reflects on how their relationship had become increasingly fraught, realizations that are complicated by her growing love for her late friend’s brother.
Thirteen Rising by Romina Russell
Reeling from the discovery of the master’s identity, Rho, the young Guardian from House Cancer, rallies her strength to keep fighting on behalf of her loved ones in the face of the stars that have turned against her, in a conclusion to the series that includes Wandering Star and Black Moon. Zodiac No. 4
This Is Not the End by Chandler Baker
Seventeen-year-old Lake Deveraux is the survivor of a car crash that killed her best friend and boyfriend, and now she must make an impossible choice in a future where resurrection is possible but where strict laws allow just one resurrection per citizen, to be used on your 18th birthday or lost forever. By the author of Alive.
Venturess by Betsy Cornwell
The young inventor Nicolette Lampton is living her own fairy-tale happy ending after escaping her dysfunctional stepfamily when she teams up with handsome prince Fin and their friend, Caro, on a quest in the land of Faerie, where they combat mechanical enemies and uncover devastating secrets to end a violent war. Mechanica No. 2
We Now Return to Regular Life by Martin Wilson
When his childhood friend miraculously returns home years after being kidnapped, Josh, who blames himself for the abduction, struggles to rekindle their friendship in the face of Sam’s trauma, his family’s refusal to talk about what happened and Josh’s growing feelings for his friend. By the award-winning author of What They Always Tell Us.
When I Am Through With You by Stephanie Kuehn
A young man who does not regret his actions in spite of a prison sentence slowly reveals the events of a school camping trip in the mountains that went terribly wrong, triggering impossible decisions and the deaths of some of his fellow campers. By the award-winning author of Charm & Strange.
Wicked Like a Wildfire by Lana Popovic
A debut entry in a fantasy duology introduces a pair of twin sisters who learn, in the wake of a mysterious attack on their mother, that their secret abilities to infuse beauty into nature, art and music are linked to a family curse.
Witchlight by L. J. Smith
A collector’s edition of a ninth entry in the best-selling series follows the efforts of shapeshifter Keller to recruit and maintain her patience with a hapless girl who may be the legendary Witch Child, an effort that is challenged by Keller’s feelings for a dashing youth who is destined to be the Witch Child’s soulmate. Night World No. 9
Wonder Woman: Warbringer by Leigh Bardugo
Determined to prove herself to her legendary warrior sisters, Diana throws away her chance at glory and breaks Amazon law, risking exile, to save a mere mortal who is unwittingly fated to bring about an age of bloodshed and misery.
The Wood by Chelsea Bobulski
When her father goes missing during his nightly patrol, Winter assumes the responsibility of monitoring woodland time portals and safeguarding their travelers while investigating her father’s disappearance, changes in the woods and the arrival of a mysterious
stranger. A first novel.
You Don’t Know Me but I Know You by Rebecca Barrow
Ignoring a letter written years earlier by her biological mother, Audrey attempts to fill in the missing pieces of her life until an unexpected pregnancy compels her to learn the truth about the history and choices that led to her own existence. A first novel.