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|We Were Liars |
By E. Lockhart
Cadence Sinclair Easton comes from an old-money family, headed by a patriarch who owns a private island off of Cape Cod. Each summer, the extended family gathers at the various houses on the island, and Cadence, her cousins Johnny and Mirren, and friend Gat (the four "Liars"), have been inseparable since age eight. During their fifteenth summer however, Cadence suffers a mysterious accident. She spends the next two years—and the course of the book—in a haze of amnesia, debilitating migraines, and painkillers, trying to piece together just what happened.
|The Here and Now |
By Ann Brashares
Prenna and the others who escaped to the present day must follow a strict set of rules: never reveal where they’re from, never interfere with history, and never, ever be intimate with anyone outside their community. Prenna does as she’s told, believing she can help prevent the plague that will one day ravage the earth. But everything changes when Prenna falls for Ethan Jarves.
By Lauren Oliver
Panic began as so many things do in Carp, a poor town of twelve thousand people in the middle of nowhere: because it was summer, and there was nothing else to do. Heather never thought she would compete in panic, a legendary game played by graduating seniors. She'd never thought of herself as fearless, the kind of person who would fight to stand out. But when she finds something, and someone, to fight for, she will discover that she is braver than she ever thought.
Dorothy Must Die!
By Danielle Paige
Amy Gumm has been transported to Oz, but it’s not the nice place it used to be. When Dorothy Gale found a way back to the Magical Land of Oz, she went a little power crazy. Now Amy, another girl brought to Oz by tornado from Kansas, has found herself recruited by the Revolutionary Order of the Wicked. She has been tasked to steal the Scarecrow's brain, the Tin-Man’s heart, and the Lion’s Courage. Then and only then—Dorothy must die!
Somebody Up There Hates You
By Hollis Seamon
Being 17 years old is hard enough, but being 17 with cancer can be downright depressing. It's a good thing Richard Casey has found a partner in crime in the mischievous Sylvie Calderone, the 15-year-old girl down the hall in their hospice ward. Staging a Halloween prank together helps take their minds off the harsh reality of their situation: both teenagers have been given less than a month to live.
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