Lauren James' titular The Loneliest Girl in the Universe earns the moniker by travelling alone on a spacecraft headed for a new uninhabited planet. (YUP, she wins.)
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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.
Jamie McGuire delivers a summer romance with a dark, Hitchcockian twist in All The Little Lights.
Kayla wants to escape. Betsy's on the run. When their stories collide, only one girl will survive in Amanda Searcy's debut thriller.
Passion, jealousy, and betrayal intertwine in Malinda Lo's A Line in the Dark.
Brendan Reichs' Nemesis features the threat of total planetary destruction and a serial murder (same killer, same victim), yet still manages to fall flat.
A teenage thief on a quest for revenge untangles a web of crime and corruption in the Congo.
Elizabeth Fama’s Plus One imagines a world divided, quite literally, by night and day.
Unnatural Deeds by Cyn Balog is a page-turning tale of obsession, murder, and lust.
January is missing: did she run away, or did something more sinister happen? Her ex-boyfriend Flynn wants to solve the mystery in Caleb Roehrig's Last Seen Leaving.
There's a crazy serial killer on the loose in Victorian London, dissecting women and taunting the police...let's find him!
Ann Redisch Stampler takes "meet cute" to a whole new level with the story of a boy who falls for the girl he's been sent to kill.
The Casquette Girls is a delicious Southern Gothic vampire story that will make you want to catch the next flight to New Orleans.
Barnabas Miller's The Girl With the Wrong Name is a wild ride.
Garth Nix’s latest novel, Newt’s Emerald, mixes magic with Regency romance.
In a place where fourteen years of day are followed by fourteen years of night, three kids find out what happens when daylight runs out in Nightfall.
Take a sexy (and maybe dangerous?) road trip with The Devil You Know by Trish Doller.
In the mood for a political thriller? Jennifer Lynn Barnes has just the fix.
There's the regular kind of family secrets, and then there's the kind that involves the Japanese mafia.
Prefer your revenge as a dish served crazy rather than cold? Take a bite of Carrie Ryan's Daughter of Deep Silence.
Ryan Graudin's The Walled City is a gritty thriller based on a v. real and unlawful place.
Tess Sharpe's Far From You explores such lighthearted topics as murder, drug addiction and teen sexuality.
Need your brain blown to smithereens? Try Marisha Pessl's Night Film.
Robin Wasserman's gruesomely addictive novel explores what happens when good towns go bad.
For this week’s Netflix Fix, Megan looks at Double Jeopardy, where we find that hell hath no fury like Ashley Judd scorned.
Like The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo, minus the sex and IKEA references.
Megan reviews I Hunt Killers by Barry Lyga, a novel that follows a typical teenage boy...who just happens to be the son of the world's most notorious serial killer.
In Sean Olin's Brother/Sister, a pair of siblings (who'd have thunk!?) fend for themselves without their deadbeat parents.
Megan reviews the film adaptation of I Know What You Did Last Summer with a drinking game!
Megan reviews I Know What You Did Last Summer by Lois Duncan, a genuine old-school mystery thriller.