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Young Adult

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Undertow

By K.R. Conway

Rating:  star star star star star 

Playful Sexual tension, romance, jealous cheerleaders who steal your clothes while you’re showering in the gym–these are the tropes of the Young Adult fiction genre. UNDERTOW adds an additional layer of intrigue and complication by making the majority of the principal characters confront their supernatural heritage.

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The Shadow Prince

By Stacey O'Neale

Rating:  star star star star star 

Rowan, the teenaged prince of Avalon’s twisted fire court, is taken by surprise when his vicious mother announces that she will be abdicating her throne in favor of him. However, Rowan’s mother, the malicious Queen Prisma, is not about to just give Rowan her crown. In order to be crowned king, Rowan must reenter the mortal world and kill the halfling princess, Kalin, of the air court.

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Radium Baby

By St John Karp

Rating:  star star star star star 

Author St John Karp’s RADIUM BABY is the kind of zany little romp that you’re either on board with, or not. It takes place in 1927, a time when autogyros were all the rage, the Women’s Christian Temperance Union was still a thing, and radioactivity was not yet known to be extremely harmful.

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Mystery at Snake River Bridge

By Richard Uhlig, Jr.

Rating:  star star star star star 

Seventeen year-old Ron Riley, Jr., better known as Kodak, is a reporter and photographer for The Harker City Bugle. Kodak wants to document real stories. Stories that matter, question, change the world.
This makes Kodak dangerous in Harker City.

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Flat-Out Celeste

By Jessica Park

Rating:  star star star star star 

The third volume in the popular “Flat-Out” series, FLAT-OUT CELESTE explores the budding romantic relationship between two social misfits.

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Alethea

By Jesse Arnold

Rating:  star star star star star 

ALETHEA has perhaps the most gripping opening of any independently-published novel in recent memory.

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Addison’s Mark

By Matt Kuvakos

Rating:  star star star star star 

A cynical young man with bizarre visions finds himself caught up in the struggle between Good and Evil when he’s hired for the presidential campaign of his new girlfriend’s father.

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School Days

By Mr. Carlos Perez

Rating:  star star star star star 

CHOOL DAYS is a loosely-bound series of vignettes concerning the lives of students at Weeping Willow High, a school that is aptly named indeed.

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The Incredible Charlotte Sycamore and the Secret Traps

By Kate Maddison

Rating:  star star star star star 

Charlotte Sycamore, 16-year-old inventor and sleuth-in-training, has returned to the pages in THE INCREDIBLE CHARLOTTE SYCAMORE AND THE SECRET TRAPS, Kate Maddison’s steampunk vision of Victorian England.

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Easy Love

By Heidi Furseth

Rating:  star star star star star 

Told in the first person, this charming coming-of-age novel takes readers on a 10-year-ride in the life of a girl and her strong-willed horse.

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The Journey

By John Heldt

Rating:  star star star star star 

A woman gets accidentally sent back in time, and tries to help her younger self find a better future.

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Uninvited Visitors

By Rhoda Canter

Rating:  star star star star star 

Only fifteen, and Isabel already knows that being brilliant can be life-threatening. Our adventure begins when Isabel’s genius scientist of a father is in danger overseas and sends his daughter the signal to disappear.