Stop by the Library for some Great New Teen Reads!

Asylum by Madeleine Roux

Dan Crawford and his new friends at New Hampshire College Prep discover that their dorm housing is located in a former mental institution with a personality – and horrific secrets – all its own.

Clariel by Garth Nix

This fourth book of the Old Kingdom series is actually a prequel and finds Clariel, on the brink of a marriage to the King, discovering deep magic powers of her own just as she began to believe that it was magic itself that was evil. Yet, now can she not use her powers to save her kingdom from the dangerous creature that threatens her city and her future?

Endgame: The Calling by James Frey

For thousands of years, players have been training for the Endgame, the time when the founders of humanity return and challenge each of the other twelve cultures to the ultimate test.  The test is here and Endgame has begun.

The Infinite Sea by Rick Yancey

After the 5th Wave, only a small percentage of the earth’s humans remain. But the Others have a plan and it definitely doesn’t include Cassie and her friends.  But maybe the Others haven’t seen yet what the humans are willing to do to survive.

Bait by Alex Sanchez

Diego can’t seem to control his anger and now he’s in trouble with the law. A probation officer works to penetrate Diego’s defenses and help him navigate the territory between past and future, victim and perpetrator, normal, weird, and maybe just plain happy.


Boyfriends with Girlfriends by Alex Sanchez

Gay? Straight? Bisexual? Society makes those distinctions seem so obvious but it doesn’t always seem that way when real feelings are at stake. Sanchez is the master at knowing and expressing what ‘questioning’ really means to a teenager and telling a good story at the same time.

The Young Elites by Marie Lu

A dangerous fever killed most of its victims but left a few with strange and dangerous powers.  An inquisition seeks to destroy them. An underground organization seeks to find them and bring them together. Adelina, maybe the most powerful Young Elite of all, has to figure out which battle to fight and who she wants to win.

Being Henry David by Cal Armistead

‘Hank’ remembers nothing of his past but, through a journey to Thoreau’s Walden Pond, he seeks to recover the pieces and assemble them in a way that may allow him to move forward again.

Being Henry David by Cal Armistead


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