Resurrection by Mandy Hager
When Maryam arrives back at Onewere and tries to loosen the Apostles’ religious stranglehold by sharing the miraculous remedy for the deadly plague known as Te Matee lai, she finds herself captured once again–prey to the Apostles’ deadly game”.
Hungry by H. A. Swain
In Thalia’s world there is no more food and no need for food, as everyone takes medication to ward off hunger. but when she meets a boy who is part of an underground movement to bring food back, she realized that the meds are not working.
A tale set in a future world where food is no longer necessary and famine and food-related illnesses no longer exist, Thalia begins to feel hunger when the appetite-suppressing medicine her parents’ employers created stops working.
Proxy by Alex London
Syd’s life is not his own. As a proxy he must to pay for someone else’s crimes. When his patron Knox crashes a car and kills someone, Syd is branded and sentenced to death. The boys realize the only way to beat the system is to save each other so they flee. The ensuing cross-country chase will uncover a secret society of rebels, test the boys’ resolve, and shine a blinding light onto a world of those who owe and those who pay.
This fast-paced thrill ride of a novel is full of breakneck action, shocking twists and heart-hammering suspense that will have readers gasping until the very last page.
Complicit by Stephanie Kuehn
Jamie’s mother was murdered when he was six, about seven years later his sister Cate was incarcerated for burning down a neighbor’s barn, and now Jamie, fifteen, learns that Cate has been released and is coming back for him, blaming him for all the bad things that led to her arrest.
Inland by Kat Rosenfield
Returning to the coast after living in the Midwest, Callie’s mysterious illness disappears, but when the water near her house begins to call her, she uncovers dangerous family secrets and jeopardizes everything and everyone she holds dear.
Idols by Margaret Stohl
In the near future, four teenagers discover that their emotions have been weaponized and that they have been genetically bred to end the alien occupation of Earth.
Say What You Will by Cammie McGovern
Born with cerebral palsy, Amy can’t walk without a walker, talk without a voice box, or even fully control her facial expressions. Plagued by obsessive-compulsive disorder, Matthew is consumed with repeated thoughts, neurotic rituals, and crippling fear. Both in desperate need of someone to help them reach out to the world, Amy and Matthew are more alike than either ever realized. When Amy decides to hire student aides to help her in her senior year at Coral Hills High School, these two teens are thrust into each other’s lives. As they begin to spend time with each other, what started as a blossoming friendship eventually grows into something neither expected.
Odin’s Ravens by K. L. Armstrong
When Ragnarok–the apocalypse–threatens, the human descendants of the gods band together to fight monsters, and Matt Thorsen and his friends must journey to the underworld to save a descendant.
Prince of Venice Beach by Blake Nelson
Robert “Cali” Callahan, seventeen, gets swept up into the private-investigator business and must deal with the ramifications of looking for fellow runaways who may not want to be found–and with falling in love with one of them.
Exile by Kevin Emerson
As band manager for the up-and-coming DangerHeart, seventeen-year-old Summer Carlson navigates a relationship with the lead singer and decides whether to act on information that could rocket the band to stardom.