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Teen BOOK TITLES PUBLISHED IN January 2017
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After the Fall by Kate Hart
Traumatized by a peer assault, 17-year-old Raychel suffers from nightmares and finds solace in a close friendship with overachiever Matt, who is unaware that she has been sleeping with his slacker brother, Andrew. A first novel.
Agent of Chaos by Kami Garcia
Explores the teen years of Fox Mulder, the beloved character depicted in the cult-favorite television show The X-Files, beginning in the spring of 1979 — when serial murder, the occult and government conspiracy were highlighted in the news — and follows the life-changing events Fox experienced that set him on the path to becoming an FBI agent. The X-Files Origins series
Allegedly by Tiffany D. Jackson
Relocated to a violent group home after enduring years in prison for allegedly killing a white baby, black teen Mary B. Addison falls in love with a fellow resident and becomes pregnant before finding the courage to set the record straight about what really happened.
Almost Autumn by Marianne Kaurin. Trans by Rosie Hedger.
In 1942 Oslo, Norway, 15-year-old Ilse Stern is waiting to meet boy-next-door Hermann Rod for their first date, but unbeknownst to her, Hermann is working in the Resistance, helping Norwegian Jews fl ee the country to escape the Nazis, and as life becomes even more difficult, particularly for Jewish families like the Sterns, the choices made — to speak up or to look away, to stay or to flee — become more important by the hour.
As Red As Blood by Salla Simukka. Trans by Owen Frederick Witesman.
Lumikki Andersson's resolve to mind her own business is put to the test when she stumbles across a murderous money laundering scheme at her own school, a discovery that pits her against a near-mythical drug lord.
Because of the Sun by Jenny Torres Sanchez
Hardening her heart in order to survive life with a brash and seemingly unloving mother only to be sent to the home of an unknown aunt when her mother dies, Dani forges an unexpected bond with a boy who seems to understand how much she is hurting. By the author of The Downside of Being Charlie.
Beheld by Alex Flinn
Using her magic mirror to search for the warlock she loves, the immortal Kendra travels the world, helping the heroes of four romantic fairy tales including "Little Red Riding Hood," "Rumpelstiltskin," "East of the Sun and West of the Moon" and "The Ugly Duckling." By the best-selling author of Beastly.
Blood of Wonderland by Colleen Oakes
Framed for the brutal murder of her brother, an exiled Dinah hides in the mysterious Twisted Wood and evaluates her choices before a chance encounter with one of her father's enemies forces her to consider her dark destiny. Queen of Hearts No. 2
The Book Jumper by Mechthild Gläser
While visiting her mother's childhood home in Scotland, Amy discovers that she is able to jump into books and experience their stories firsthand, but peril arises when she is confronted by a dangerous adversary who is stealing from the books she visits and threatening her life, in a first U.S. translation by an award-winning writer from Germany.
Caraval by Stephanie Garber
Believing that she will never be allowed to participate in the annual Caraval performance when her ruthless father arranges her marriage, Scarlett receives the invitation she has always dreamed of before her sister, Tella, is kidnapped by the show's mastermind organizer. A first novel.
The Careful Undressing of Love by Corey Ann Haydu
A member of a latest generation of girls growing up on a street where they are cursed to cause the deaths of anyone who falls in love with them, Lorna clings to memories of her late father until the death of her best friend’s boyfriend triggers local panic about a possible terrorist attack. By the author of OCD Love Story.
Carve the Mark by Veronica Roth
Living on a violent planet where everyone manifests a unique power meant to shape the future, Akos and Cyra, youths from opposing countries, resent gifts that render them vulnerable to others' control before they become unlikely survival partners.
City of Saints and Thieves by Natalie C. Anderson
Years after her beloved mother is murdered by her corrupt businessman employer, Tina, a girl who fl ed Congo during childhood, becomes an expert thief in order to support her younger sister and pursue a dangerous opportunity to exact revenge.
The Cursed Queen by Sarah Fine
A companion to The Imposter Queen finds Ansa cursed with fire and ice by a vengeful witch queen and forced to fight the dark magic that threatens her relationship with the Krigere. By the author of the Guards of the Shadowlands series.
The Dark Days Pact by Alison Goodman
A sequel to The Dark Days Club finds demonhunter Lady Helen and her maid, Darby, spending the summer season in Bristol, where she hones her Reclaimer powers while rebuffing the advances of a stealthy rival. Lady Helen series No. 2
Devil's Advocate by Jonathan Maberry
This origins story presents the teen years of Dana Scully, the beloved character depicted in the cult-favorite television show The X-Files, beginning in the spring of 1979 — when serial murder, the occult and government conspiracy were highlighted in the news — and follows the life-changing events Scully experienced that set her on the path to becoming an FBI agent. The X-Files Origins series
The Edge of Everything by Jeff Giles
Enduring a traumatic existence after their father's death and neighbors' disappearance, 17-year-old Zoe and her brother are rescued from an attack by a bounty hunter who has been sent to claim the soul of their tormenter, a situation that introduces them to a new world and questions about their fate.
Factory Girl by Josanne LaValley
Forced to leave her rural home to work at a factory in southern China to help save the family farm, 16-year-old Roshen, an Uyghur minority, endures degrading work conditions while becoming increasingly determined to improve life for her people.
Fire Color One by Jenny Valentine
A father and daughter reconnect after a life spent apart and discover that their mutual love of art is not the only thing they share in common. By the award-winning author of Me, the Missing, and the Dead.
Flicker and Mist by Mary G. Thompson
When her fellow Flickerkin, people capable of becoming invisible, are targeted with suspicion and violence, Myra is forced to hide her identity and her relationship with a leader's son.
Flower by Shea Olsen & Elizabeth Craft
The daughter and sister of women who cared more about boys than their futures resolves to gain acceptance into a prestigious college before unexpectedly attracting the attention of the world's most famous pop star, who tempts her to reevaluate her priorities.
Freeks by Amanda Hocking
Relegated to cage-cleaning duty while her friends perform supernatural feats every night with their struggling traveling carnival, Mara anticipates a much-desired normal life when the show is offered a permanent home before performers begin disappearing. By the best-selling author of the Trylle trilogy.
Frostblood by Elly Blake
Hiding her powers of heat and flame from a frost-blood ruling class that wants to destroy her kind, 17-year-old Ruby agrees in the wake of a tragedy to join a rebel cause that would use her powers as a weapon. Frostblood Saga No. 1
History Is All You Left Me by Adam Silvera
Having lost his first boyfriend in a terrible accident, Griffin, a youth with OCD, forges a friendship with his lost love's ex-boyfriend, Jackson, who exhibits suspicious signs of guilt. By the best-selling author of More Happy Than Not.
How to Break a Boy by Laurie Devore
Feeling desperate in the wake of her brother's death and her boyfriend's infidelity with her BFF, mean girl Olivia enlists the school's "good guy" to tutor her for the upcoming SATs and help her devise a vengeance plot against her former best friend, all while pretending to be his girlfriend. A first novel.
The Hundred Lies of Lizzie Lovett by Chelsea Sedoti
Unable to resist the missing-persons case of Lizzie Lovett, misfi t Hawthorn Creely formulates a theory that is disregarded as too absurd before Hawthorn immerses herself in the missing girl's life, taking Lizzie's job and boyfriend, to determine what happened.
The Last Harvest by Kim Liggett
Clay Tate, the son of a man murdered by devil worshippers, is targeted with unexpected friendliness by the children of the prominent farmers his father accused when Clay found him mortally wounded, a situation that pits Clay against a longtime crush and a hated rival.
The Last Message Received by Emily Trunko
Culled from the viral blog sensation of the same name, a gift-book edition of more than 100 last messages sent before the sudden endings of relationships or lives includes poignant and heartfelt expressions of love, thanks and farewell.
Life in a Fishbowl by Len Vlahos
Becoming a prisoner in her own home when her cancer-patient father and their family become the stars of a cutthroat reality series, 15-year-old Jackie struggles with estrangement from her mother and sister while worrying about her father's heath before resolving to end the show.
Lifers of M. A. Griffin
Investigating the disappearance of his friend in a near-future world, Preston stumbles into a secret prison for teens underneath his city, where he forges deep friendships during a life-risking effort to gain their freedom. By the award-winning author of The Poison Boy.
A List of Cages by Robin Roe
Landing a coveted elective to serve as an aide to the school psychologist, Adam, a student struggling with ADHD, is assigned to track down a troubled freshman he discovers is the foster brother he has not seen in five years. A first novel.
Long Way Home by Katie McGarry
Forced to live according to her motorcycle club father's strict gender code, 17-year-old Violet takes matters into her own hands to protect her younger brother when their father is killed carrying out gang business, a situation that separates her from the boy she loves and causes her to be targeted by a rival club. Thunder Road No. 3
Love and First Sight by Josh Sundquist
Enduring a humiliating first day at his new school, blind 16-year-old Will struggles to adjust before falling for a charming, quiet girl and being selected to undergo an experimental surgery that could give him sight for the first time in his life.
Mad Miss Mimic by Sarah Henstra
Having a speech impediment that makes it difficult for her to speak for herself but allows her to mimic others to perfection, Leo, a late 19th-century daughter of privilege, scares off suitors before catching the attention of an impossibly handsome man with connections to a mysterious terror organization.
Maresi by Maria Turtschaninoff
Arriving at Red Abbey, where residents work to escape abuse, oppression and want, 13-year-old novice Maresi is forced to leave the safety of the abbey's vast library to assist a girl with a dark past. Rewd Abbey Chronicles No. 1
The Murderer's Ape by Jakob Wegelius
Sally Jones is a unique gorilla that moves among humans without speaking — but understands everything, so when a deal that she and the Chief are working on ends badly, with the Chief being falsely convicted of murder, Sally embarks on a harrowing mission to clear the Chief's name.
Poison's Kiss by Breeana Shields
Forced to work as an assassin for the Raja by delivering poison kisses to enemy targets, Marinda begins to question her work when her latest target is an innocent boy of her acquaintance, in a story based in Indian folklore. Serpent's Promise No. 1
Roseblood by Anita G. Howard
A tale inspired by The Phantom of the Opera follows the experiences of a talented but cursed young singer who bonds with a mysterious boy beside the opera house where she is hoping to discover a cure.
Silver Stars by Michael Grant
Women soldiers Frangie, Rainy and Rio accompany the American army to World War II Sicily, where they endure harrowing conditions on the front lines during the summer of 1943. By the author of the Messenger of Fear series. Front Lines No. 2
Teen Hyde by Chandler Baker
Taking an experimental drug that makes her feel like a perfect golden girl, distressed head cheerleader Cassidy endures small lapses of memory before realizing that all of the boys who once upset or embarrassed her are disappearing for real. By the author of Alive. High School Horror No. 2
The Truth of Right Now by Kara Lee Corthron
Returning to her privileged Manhattan high school after a harrowing sophomore year that resulted in estrangement from her closest friends, Lily, a white girl, bonds with artistic black transfer student Dari and finds their romance challenged by unexpected obstacles, including Dari's domineering Trinidadian father. A first novel.
Under Rose-Tainted Skies by Louise Gornall
Struggling with agoraphobia and OCD, Norah bonds with Luke, her neighbor, who encourages her to let him into her world before she becomes convinced that a normal girlfriend would be healthier for him. A first novel.
Unfolding by Jonathan Friesen
Feeling cursed by his severe scoliosis and seizures, Jonah is avoided by everyone except his best friend and crush, Stormi, who hides a secret ability to sense the future and who foresees a devastating event that threatens their entire community.
Wait for Me by Caroline Leech
A farmer's daughter pursues a forbidden relationship with a German POW assigned to farmhand labor in 1945 Scotland, where their romance puts her home and his freedom at risk. A first novel.
Whenever I'm With You by Lydia Sharp
Reluctantly moving to Alaska, Gabi falls in love with a boy who abruptly leaves her, prompting her to team up with his angry twin on a physically and psychologically dangerous journey to the site of the brothers' father's grave.
Windwitch by Susan Dennard
A follow-up to Truthwitch finds privateer, prince and windwitch Merik struggling to outmaneuver a shadow man who haunts the Nubrevnan streets, murdering innocents before turning his victims into undead minions. Witchlands series No. 2
Wires and Nerve by Marissa Meyer. Illus by Douglas Holgate.
A first graphic novel by the best-selling author finds beloved Lunar Chronicles android Iko embarking on a dangerous and romantic new adventure with a little help from Cinder and the Lunar team. Lunar Chronicles No. 1
The Witch's Vacuum Cleaner and Other Stories by Terry Pratchett
An anthology of previously unpublished short stories, written when Pratchett was in his teens, shares insights into his writing process and the early ideas that inspired his later career. By the award-winning author of the Discworld series.
You Don't Know My Name by Kristen Orlando
Raised to be an elite spy, 17-year-old Reagan must choose whether she will honor her family's legacy by using her incredible talents to lead a dangerous life, or throw it all away to pursue a normal relationship with the boy she loves. A first novel and chosen to be the first Swoon Reads hardcover.
The You I've Never Known by Ellen Hopkins
A novel in both verse and prose by the best-selling author of Triangles follows the struggles of a girl who longs for a permanent home after years spent moving with her nomadic father, a situation that is shaped by a special friend and daunting revelations about the mother who abandoned her.