Who are we kidding? There may be more adults reading the recently published books on this week’s list than teens. These books wrestle with all the big questions: identity, race, sexuality, war. We hope teens read them too, but whatever your age, they deserve a spot on your list of books to read next.
"A wild ride that leaves its readers breathless for the final installment. (Supernatural thriller. 13 & up)"
In this sequel to Amber House (2012), the creepy atmosphere of its predecessor segues into full-blown terror when its heroine finds herself in a world where Nazis and racism prevail. Read full book review >