Wednesday, November 2, 2022

New Fiction

All My Rage
by Sabaa Tahir
“A family extending from Pakistan to California, deals with generations of young love, old regrets, and forgiveness.” -WorldCat
An Arrow to the Moon
by Emily X.R. Pan
"A lyrical and magical novel about two teens who fall in love despite their families being caught in a bitter rivalry." -WorlCat
Bone Weaver
by Aden Polydoros
“From the author of The City Beautiful comes a haunting fantasy following Toma, adopted daughter of the benevolent undead, making her way across a civil war-torn continent to save her younger sister as she discovers she might possess magical powers herself.” -WorldCat
Hotel Magnifique
by Emily J. Taylor
“Seventeen-year-old Jani and her little sister Zosa secure jobs at a glamorous magical hotel, but when Jani realizes that their staff contracts are unbreakable, she embarks on a mission to unravel the mystery of the magic at the heart of the hotel and free Zosa--and the other staff--from the cruelty of the ruthless maître d'hôtel.” -WorldCat
I Kissed Shara Wheeler
by Casey McQuiston
After seventeen-year-olds Chloe and Shara, Chloe's rival for valedictorian, kiss, Shara vanishes leaving Chloe and two boys, who are also enamored with Shara, to follow the trail of clues she left behind, but during the search, Chloe starts to suspect there might be more to Shara and her small Alabama town than she thought.” -WorldCat
Omar Rising
by 
Aisha Saeed 
"Omar must contend with being treated like a second-class citizen when he gets a scholarship to an elite boarding school.” -WorldCat
Patron Saints of Nothing
by Randy Ribay
“When seventeen-year-old Jay Reguero learns his Filipino cousin and former best friend, Jun, was murdered as part of President Duterte's war on drugs, he flies to the Philippines to learn more.” -WorldCat
The Ogress and the Orphans
by Kelly Barnhill
“When a child goes missing from the Orphan House in the town of Stone-in-the-Glen, the mayor suggests the kindly Ogress is responsible, but the orphans do not believe that and try to make their deluded neighbors see the real villain among them.” -WorldCat
The Silence That Binds Us
by 
Joanna Ho 
“In the year following their son's death, May Chen's parents face racist accusations of putting too much pressure on their son and causing his death by suicide, and May attempts to challenge the racism and ugly stereotypes through her writing, only to realize that she still has a lot to learn and that her actions have consequences for her family as well as herself.” -WorldCat
When You Get the Chance
by Emma Lord
“Millie Price deals with her lovable but introverted dad, her drama club rival, Oliver, and her "Millie Moods," the feelings of intense emotion that threaten to overwhelm, but when an accidentally left-open browser brings Millie to her dad's embarrassingly moody LiveJournal, Millie knows she must find her mom.” -WorldCat