Just Call My Name by Holly Goldberg Sloan
The happily-ever-after that teenagers Sam and Emily envisioned for themselves is turned on its head when Sam’s unstable father makes a jailbreak and comes after his sons and Emily for revenge.
Kate Walden Directs: Night of the Zombie Chickens by Julie Mata
Budding film director Kate Walden navigates middle school girl politics and chores on her mother’s chicken farm while trying to become the next Spielberg.
Storm Siren by Mary Weber
“My hair slips down my back and shoulders and around my face like fresh snow falling on the forest floor. Pure white. I raise my chin as the buyers stare. Yes. Look. You don’t want me. Because, eventually, accidentally, I will destroy you. It’s what I do. Seventeen-year-old slave girl, Nym, should not exist. In a world where Elementals are only born male, and always killed at birth, she is an anomaly at best. At worst, people around her die. When a court emissary identifies her weather-manipulating ability as a weapon, Nym is purchased and put to work honing her skills. With time running out for the kingdom of Faelen, Nym might be all that stands between it and the technologically-advanced horror racing down upon them–not to mention the rumored reemergence of the monstrous shapeshifter, Draewulf. But some elements even she can’t control. Nym must decide whom to trust as she’s unleashed into a world of assassins and political betrayal surrounding a young king fighting for his throne, a tired nation that has forgotten its calling, and her handsome tutor whose dark secrets could destroy both her people and her heart.”
Pegasus The New Olympians by Kate O’Hearn
Pegasus and Emily investigate a series of incidents back on Earth, and discover that the CRU has been cloning Olympians.
Midnight Thief by Livia Blackburne
Kyra, a highly skilled seventeen-year-old thief, joins a guild of assassins with questionable motives. Tristam, a young knight, fights against the vicious Demon Riders that are ravaging the city.
Guardian The Sequel to Proxy by Alex London
The only way to stop people from getting sick is to get the network back online. That means reversing the very revolution that Syd and Knox began.