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Teen BOOK TITLES PUBLISHED IN October 2017
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The Afterlife of Holly Chase by Cynthia Hand
Assigned to work as a Ghost of Christmas Past after refusing to change her ways on a fateful Christmas Eve five years earlier, Holly becomes unexpectedly motivated to help a latest Scrooge, who may offer her a fresh start of her own.
Akata Warrior by Nnedi Okorafor
A sequel to Akata Witch finds a marginalized but increasingly powerful Sunny chosen to lead a dangerous mission to stop an apocalyptic plot by the terrifying masquerade, Ekwensu.
All the Crooked Saints by Maggie Stiefvater
Three cousins who are members of an unusual family that possesses the ability to perform miracles are repeatedly sought out for their gifts while they struggle to establish free lives for themselves and navigate the fallout from miracles that happen in ways other than anticipated. By the award-winning author of the Raven Cycle series.
All the Wind in the World by Samantha Mabry
Working in the fields of the bone-dry Southwest, a secret couple with big dreams diligently saves their money and maintains a low profile until a horrible accident forces them to start over on a cursed ranch where they must pay a wrenching price for their love.
Bad Girls With Perfect Faces by Lynn Weingarten
Posing as a guy online to lure away her best friend Xavier’s cheating ex, Sasha discovers the consequences of assuming the characteristics of a false identity when her plan goes dangerously wrong. By the author of Suicide Notes From Beautiful Girls.
Beasts Made of Night by Tochi Onyebuchi
Indentured by a ruthless organization of mages, a gifted young sin-eater uncovers a dark plot and must rely on his dangerous talents to save the kingdom and his own life. A first novel.
Berserker by Emmy Laybourne
Cursed by the Norse gods to fly into a supernatural, murderous rampage whenever someone she loves is threatened, a teen flees her home in Norway for the American frontier, where she and her siblings use their powers to survive harsh elements while trying to reach an uncle who might help them learn to control their powers.
The Book of Lies by Teri Terry
Meeting for the first time after being raised separately, motherless teen twins Quinn and Piper, the former trained never to lie, the other a practiced
liar, embark on a quest to learn the truth about their pasts and a dark spell that beckons them at night to run with a pack of violent ghost hounds.
The Breathless by Tara Goedjen
When her late sister’s missing boyfriend reappears one year after the tragedy and seems to possess no memory of what happened, Mae finds a small notebook filled with her sister’s secrets and begins to unravel terrible mysteries. A first novel.
Calling My Name by Liara Tamani
Coming of age in Houston, an African-American teen navigates her conservative family’s strict rules about school, church and dating while dreaming of stepping out of her male sibling’s shadow to pursue a college education and a more meaningful spiritual life. A first novel.
Dear Martin by Nic Stone
Profiled by a racist police officer in spite of his excellent academic achievements and Ivy League acceptance, a disgruntled college youth navigates the prejudices of new classmates and his crush on a white girl by writing a journal to Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., in the hopes that his iconic role model’s teachings will be applicable half a century later. A first novel.
Devils & Thieves by Jennifer Rush
A debut entry in a new urban fantasy series by the author of the Altered Saga finds 18-year-old Jemmie, a magically flawed member of her world’s kindled community, reluctantly partnering with her biker gang leader ex to investigate local disappearances and rumors of forbidden magic during an annual festival.
The Devils You Know by M.C. Atwood
Taking a field trip to a legendary house that is associated with curses that nobody believes in, five seniors from very different walks of life become separated from the rest of their classmates and discover horrifying truths that threaten their survival. A first novel.
dotmeme by Mike Lancaster
A sequel to dotwav finds teen operatives Joe and Ani investigating a sinister computer component linked to a child labor operation at the same time a vigilante hacking ring begins using social media to rewrite current events as part of a high-stakes, real-life video game.
Echo After Echo by Amy Rose Capetta
Brought to the Aurelia Theater to play her dream role in a Greek tragedy under the watchful eye of an exacting director, Zara is repeatedly distracted by a series of suspicious accidents and an alluring rebel who brings light and laughter into Zara’s life.
Elites of Eden by Joey Graceffa
A sequel to Children of Eden follows the experiences of a privileged party girl who rethinks her bullying ways after meeting a fascinating newcomer with lilac hair, and an illegal second child who pursues safety and friendship in an underground sanctuary. By the best-selling author of In Real Life: My Journey to a Pixelated World.
Enhanced by Carrie Jones
Determined to get answers when the mother she rescued from alien abductors remains in a coma, teen cheerleader Mana is systematically abandoned by her closest friends in the wake of a looming alien threat. By the best-selling author of the Need series. Flying No. 2
Everything Must Go by Jenny Davis
Unexpectedly falling in love with a young man who has accepted a teaching position at a hippie Quaker school in the Hudson Valley, Flora gives up her elite Upper East Side prep school for life on a farm, hoping to woo him, and must make the most of the ensuing culture clash when the object of her affection fails to show up.
Expelled by James Patterson & Emily Raymond
Suspended after an anonymous adversary exposes him and three other students as the people behind provocative tweets, Will investigates the secrets of the most likely culprits in his determination to expose the truth about their lives. By the bestselling authors of First Love.
Far From the Tree by Robin Benway
Feeling incomplete as an adopted child after placing her own baby up for adoption, teen Grace tracks down her biological siblings and finds herself struggling with the dynamics of being a middle child between an embittered older brother and an outspoken younger sister.
Forest of a Thousand Lanterns by Julie C. Dao
A reimagining of the Evil Queen legend, set in a mystical Far East, follows a peasant girl’s quest to become Empress by unleashing a terrible dark force. A first novel. Rise of the Empress No. 1
The Gatekeepers by Jen Lancaster
When a student’s suicide appears to trigger a rash of self-destructive acts throughout their once-idyllic small town, a group of students form a watchdog
group to prevent further tragedies. By the author of The Tao of Martha.
The Glass Spare by Lauren DeStefano
A first entry in a planned duology follows the story of a princess who discovers that she is cursed to turn any living thing she touches into gemstone and who embarks on a dangerous journey far from home in search of answers and a cure.
Gray Wolf Island by Tracey Neithercott
Hoping to fulfill her late sister’s wish that she explore the infamous Gray Wolf Island and find a long-rumored buried treasure, Ruby forms a team with other children from sad or unusual backgrounds and embarks on a search using clues found in a poem and a treasure map.
The Hanging Girl by Eileen Cook
Assisting the police in tracking down a missing girl, Skye, a girl who has always faked her psychic abilities, hopes to earn enough money to start over elsewhere only to find herself in the middle of a sinister group of con artists who are willing to kill to get what they want.
Haunting the Deep by Adriana Mather
A sassy follow-up to How to Hang a Witch follows the experiences of a Salem Witch descendant who experiences disturbing nightmares and visions about the Titanic before finding herself at risk of sharing the fate of the tragedy’s victims. How to Hang a Witch No. 2
The Hollow Girl by Hillary Monahan
Harassed by the chieftain’s son and his friends in spite of customs that require life to be happy, ordered and modest, a healer’s apprentice survives an
attack that leaves a friend near death, compelling her to use high-risk magic to save his life and place a curse on their assailants.
I Am Not Your Perfect Mexican Daughter by Erika L. Sanchez
When the sister who delighted their parents by her faithful embrace of Mexican culture dies in a tragic accident, Julia, who longs to go to college and move into a home of her own, discovers from mutual friends that her sister may not have been as perfect as believed.
Into the Bright Unknown by Rae Carson
A conclusion to the trilogy that includes the best-selling Walk on Earth a Stranger finds Lee, her fiancé Jefferson and their magical friends targeted by a dangerous billionaire and working to develop their talents in ways that could alter the California landscape forever. Gold Seer Trilogy No. 3
Jek/Hyde by Amy Ross
A science-loving teen watches with growing trepidation as her best friend and crush becomes increasingly intertwined in the life of a reckless bad-boy newcomer with an unexpected history.
Joyride by Guy Adams. Created by Patrick Ness.
A companion to the author’s Doctor Who spin-off series follows an outbreak of bizarre and dangerous acts being committed by teens in a city where a youth, Ram, wakes up in a body he does not recognize and must race against time for answers before he becomes the next victim. Class series
Kiss Me in New York Catherine Rider
Stranded at the airport after being dumped, British student Charlotte and New Yorker Anthony team up for a lonelyhearts tour of the snowy, holiday-decorated city before they are accidentally separated just as they discover that they are falling for each other.
The Knowing by Sharon Cameron
A companion to The Forgetting finds Samara, a member of the Knowing, fleeing a memory too terrible to contemplate and journeying to her lost ancestral home in Canaan, where she meets a star traveler who discovers the truth about the region’s past as an infamous social experiment.
La Belle Sauvage by Philip Pullman
A highly anticipated latest series set in the parallel world of His Dark Materials begins 10 years before the events of The Golden Compass and centers on the early childhood of Lyra, her daemon Pantalaimon, and the struggle between totalitarians and supporters of free speech. Book of Dust No. 1
Last Chance by Gregg Hurwitz
The Rains brothers fight an alien threat that has transformed everyone over the age of 18 into ferocious, zombielike beings, in a high-action sequel to The Rains. By the best-selling author of Orphan X. Rains Brothers No. 2
The Last Namsara by Kristen Ciccarelli
Destined to endure a life of ostracism and solitude as her kingdom’s appointed spirit of death and destruction, Asha, a king’s daughter and fierce dragon slayer, is betrothed to a cruel man who offers her a chance at freedom if she slays the realm’s most formidable dragon. Iskari No. 1
The Librarian of Auschwitz by Antonio Iturbe. Trans by Lilit Thwaites.
A tale based on true events follows the experiences of a teen prisoner in Auschwitz who risks her life to keep the magic of books alive during the Holocaust.
Long Way Down by Jason Reynolds
Driven by the secrets and vengeance that mark his street culture, 15-year-old Will contemplates over the course of 60 psychologically suspenseful seconds whether or not he is going to murder the person who killed his brother. By the National Book Award finalist author of When I Was the Greatest.
Meant to Be by Julie Halpern
In a world where the name of one’s soulmate appears on the body at the age of 18, Agatha watches as her best friend embraces the phenomenon and falls head over heels in love at the same time Agatha herself begins to question the phenomenon, and her own heart, when she begins falling for a co-worker.
The Midnight Dance by Nikki Katz
Attending a mysteriously sequestered finishing school where she trains alongside 11 other young women to become the finest ballerinas in Italy, 17-year-old Penny beings to question her world when she experiences flashes of memory about a very different life and finds herself falling in love with a kitchen boy.
Mirror, Mirror by Cara Delevingne
A debut novel by the supermodel and social media personality follows the experiences of a group of teens forced to confront the challenges and secrets of their lives when one of their friends mysteriously disappears.
Monster by Michael Grant
A follow-up to the best-selling Gone series is set four years after the events of the FAYZ, when new meteorite strikes introduce an alien virus that gives humans unique superpowers, triggering an epic battle between teen hero defenders and out-of-control supermonsters. Gone No. 7
The Nowhere Girls by Amy Reed
Three misfits team up to avenge a sexual assault on a classmate, triggering change within the misogynist culture in their high school and everyone around them, in an evocative story told from rotating viewpoints. By the author of Over You.
On the Free by Coert Voorhees
Signing up for a wilderness therapy program for respective reasons, three at-risk kids are stranded by a mudslide in the Colorado wilderness and must band together to survive the elements, their personal demons and each other.
The Pack by Kate Ormand
A sequel to The Wanderers finds horse shapeshifter Flo and her friends traveling with a wild pack of former circus performers to search for a safe new home only to be betrayed by a person from their past. By the author of Dark Days.
Paper Butterflies by Lisa Heathfield
Enduring a harsh existence with her stepmother and stepsister while hiding the truth from everyone including her father, June befriends a boy from a
large, loving, chaotic family and begins to find the strength to pursue her freedom.
Piper by Jay Asher & Jessica Freeburg. Illus by Jeff Stokely.
An evocative graphic novel adaptation of the classic Pied Piper legend follows the experiences of a shunned girl who believes her dream of a fairy-tale love has come true when she falls for a mysterious man with a dark past. Co-written by the best-selling author of Thirteen Reasons Why.
Protected by Claire Zorn
Feeling like her world is falling apart a year after her older sister’s accidental death, Hannah becomes hopeful when tormenting bullies finally leave her alone at the same time she finds support from her school counselor and an endearing goofball of a new friend.
The Reaction by Helena Coggan
A follow-up to The Catalyst finds Rose preparing for a looming war as the peace agreement between magical and non-magical citizens crumbles, a situation that is further complicated by her father’s imprisonment and the revelation of shocking secrets. Wars of Angels No. 2
Ringer by Lauren Oliver
A companion to Replica finds Lyra and Caelum struggling to figure out where they belong and whom they can trust while seeking a cure for the illness that is slowly consuming Lyra’s mind. Replica No. 2
Satellite by Nick Lake
A teen born in space makes his first trip to Earth after being raised by teams of astronauts, a visit that proves to be more treacherous than anticipated. By the award-winning author of In Darkness.
Select by Marit Weisenberg
The idyllic, preordained life of a girl from a race of highly evolved humans is placed at risk by dangerous secrets, forbidden powers and the attitudes of an elite society that banishes her to public school when she is deemed disruptive, a judgment that leads to an unexpected relationship and new perspectives. A first novel.
The Sidekicks by Will Kostakis
An unexpected friendship is forged among three very different teen boys as they mourn the death of a close mutual friend whose accident and loss are remembered in respective ways.
A Skinful of Shadows by Frances Hardinge
Refusing to accept her dubious role as a vessel for ancestral ghosts, an illegitimate daughter who has inherited the ability to be possessed runs away across the English Civil War-torn countryside and befriends a motley crew of outcasts, misfits and criminals. By the award-winning author of Cuckoo Song.
Strange Fire by Tommy Wallach
Two sibling descendants of the survivors of a fiery apocalypse attributed to an avenging god begin to question their absolute beliefs about the evil nature of technology when their father’s traveling ministry discovers a community intent on rediscovering the advances of the past. By the author of the best-selling We All Looked Up. Anchor & Sophia No. 1
Sun Warrior by P.C. Cast
When the power-hungry Thaddeus targets Mari for the power he believes she has stolen, a tenuous alliance between the once-rival Earth Walker and Companion clans forces Mari and Nik to protect and trust one another. By the best-selling author of the House of Night series. Tales of a New World No. 2
That Inevitable Victorian Thing by E. K. Johnston
Preparing for her arranged marriage and coronation in an alternate-universe near-future where the British Empire never fell, crown princess Victoria-Margaret, a descendent of Victoria I, embarks on a final summer filled with balls and freedom before forging an unusual bond with a geneticist’s daughter and a shipping heir.
13 Minutes by Sarah Pinborough
Revived after being dead for several minutes, Natasha searches for answers about the suspicious accident that nearly ended her life, an event that implicates her closest friends. By the author of Behind Her Eyes.
36 Questions That Changed My Mind About You by Vicki Grant
Inspired by the real-world psychology study popularized by the New York Times “Modern Love” column, the story of two students participating in a university psychology study about the potential of engineered love finds them bonding over their exercises, hiding painful secrets and wondering about the changing nature of their relationship.
This Darkness Mine by Mindy McGinnis
A high-achieving musical student who has always conformed to expectations alongside her oxford-wearing boyfriend suddenly finds herself in a dangerous split-personality love triangle that begins to fracture the life she has meticulously built.
Top Ten by Kate Cotugno
An introverted girl and a star athlete boy become unlikely best friends and create a Top 10 list of highlights in their friendship as graduation approaches,
reflecting on how they have repeatedly considered and turned down opportunities to pursue a more romantic relationship. By the best-selling author
of 99 Days.
Turtles All the Way Down by John Green
In his long-awaited return, the author of #1 best-selling The Fault in Our Stars shares the story of Aza Holmes, a young woman navigating daily existence within the ever-tightening spiral of her own thoughts.
Underworld by Emma Trevayne
A sequel to Gamescape: Overworld finds 17-year-old Miguel and his virtual reality gaming team participating in an ultimate battle to reclaim the planet for humans from the angels and demons who are orchestrating the world’s destruction. Gamescape series
Vanilla by Billy Merrell
Dating for years after coming out together, Vanilla and Hunter begin to drift apart amid confusion, new friends and the question of whether or not they should become sexually active, in a lyrical story by the award-winning author of Talking in the Dark.
We All Fall Down by Natalie D. Richards
Separated after an awful night when one of their dark impulses took over, Theo and Paige reunite on a bridge associated with local legends about love and death before terrifying souvenirs from their shared past start appearing nearby.
Wild Beauty by Anna-Marie McLemore
Cursed by a tragic legacy that causes their lovers to disappear if they fall in love too deeply, the women gardeners of an enchanted estate wonder at the appearance of a mysterious boy who does not know who he is and who may be a returned former love. By the award-winning author of When the Moon Was Ours.