Tuesday, November 15, 2016

New Fiction

Code of Honor by Alan Gratz
“When Iranian-American Kamran Smith learns that his big brother, Darius, has been labelled a terrorist, he sets out to piece together the codes and clues that will save his brother's life and his country from a deadly terrorist attack.” –WorldCat

If I Was Your Girl by Meredith Russo
“Amanda Hardy only wants to fit in at her new school, but she is keeping a big secret, so when she falls for Grant, guarded Amanda finds herself yearning to share with him everything about herself, including her previous life as Andrew.” –WorldCat

Invision by Sherrilyn Kenyon
Chronicles of Nick; Book Seven
“Now that Nick and his team of ancient gods and demons have claimed the Eye of Ananke and see the missteps of the future, he must battle demons more treacherous than ever before.” –WorldCat

South of Sunshine by Dana Elmendorf
“Seventeen-year-old Kaycee follows the cultural and social mores of her Sunshine, Tennessee, home until a new girl moves to town and captures her heart.” –WorldCat

Stars Above by Marissa Meyer
A collection of six stories from the universe of the Lunar Chronicles answer such questions as: How did Cinder first arrive in New Beijing? How did the brooding soldier Wolf transform from young man to killer? When did Princess Winter and the palace guard Jacin realize their destinies? –WorldCat

Symptoms of Being Human by Jeff Garvin
“A gender-fluid teenager who struggles with identity creates a blog on the topic that goes viral, and faces ridicule at the hands of fellow students.” –WorldCat

The Art of Being Normal by Lisa Williamson
“David Piper, always an outsider, forms an unlikely friendship with Leo Denton who, from the first day at his new school wants only to be invisible, but when David's deepest secret gets out, that he wants to be a girl, things get very messy for both of them.” –WorldCat

The Fever Code by James Dashner
The Maze Runner; Prequel
“Before the trials, WICKED found Thomas, the perfect boy, to help them build the Maze and find the cure for the Flare, a disease that plagues the world. But the truth of what is really going on is a secret and Thomas must uncover it before time runs out.” –WorldCat

The Great American Whatever by Tim Federle
“Teenaged Quinn, an aspiring screenwriter, copes with his sister's death while his best friend forces him back out into the world to face his reality.” –WorldCat

The Mystery of Hollow Places by Rebecca Podos 
Imogene Scott’s mother left her and her father when Imogene was a baby. As a result, all Imogene knows of her mother comes from a bedtime story her father told her as a child. Now Imogene is seventeen, and her father has left home and not returned. No one knows where he could've gone. Imogene, convinced he's looking for her mother, decides to search for the woman she’s only known in stories in order to find him and, perhaps, the answer to the question she's carried with her for her entire life. –Summary