Sick of the Honors kids always winning student elections, Brynn decides to make a go at politics in Adrienne Kisner's debut Dear, Rachel Maddow.
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You’ll be happy to know that Jennifer Hillier’s Jar of Hearts isn’t about an actual jar of hearts…though the alternative isn’t really any less gruesome.
The second book in Claudia Gray’s Constellation series, Defy the Worlds, begs the question: What do you do when you find your loyalties at odds?
Morgan Matson's wedding weekend comedy of errors is everything you love about and expect from a new Matson book, but with more Waffles.
Jamie McGuire delivers a summer romance with a dark, Hitchcockian twist in All The Little Lights.
Mongolian slave girl Jinghua travels across Asia and back to save a kingdom, solve three impossible riddles, and win the love of a prince.
Andrew Shvarts’s bastard heroes are back in City of Bastards, the second book in his Royal Bastards series.
A twist of fate brings two former best friends back into each others' lives in Tamara Ireland Stone's Little Do We Know.
Give me your tired, your poor, your huddled masses, yearning to breathe free...and we'll ship 'em off to some wretched island on the East River so we don't have to look at them.
Brock Clarke's collection of short stories was so deep, they went over my head. Or maybe they just didn't make any sense. That's The Price of the Haircut, I guess.