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HOTEL RUBY by Suzanne Young
YOUNG ADULT
Released: Nov. 3, 2015

"While fans of supernatural-romance may want to give this The Shining-meets-The Great Gatsby book a try, readers looking for a less-transparent plot and a more-complicated mystery would do better to look elsewhere. (Horror. 14-18)"
Audrey knows her father is grief-stricken over the death of her mother, but abandoning her and her brother at the home of a grandmother they hardly know is almost unforgivable. Read full book review >

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THE ADJUSTMENT by Suzanne Young
YOUNG ADULT
Released: April 18, 2017

"An intensely dark teen romance set within a tale of communal identity crisis. (Dystopian romance. 14-18)"
Tatum will risk everything for the sake of Weston's memories. Read full book review >

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THE TREATMENT by Suzanne Young
YOUNG ADULT
Released: April 29, 2014

"Offering great appeal to reflective romantics, this jarring thriller looks at the cost of societal complacency while lauding heroism and remembrance. (Dystopian romance. 14-18)"
In this wrenching sequel to The Program (2013), a few desperate teens race to save what's left of their memories and salvage the tatters of their lives. Read full book review >

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THE PROGRAM by Suzanne Young
YOUNG ADULT
Released: April 30, 2013

"For lovers of dystopian romance, this gripping tale is a tormented look at identity and a dark trip down Lost-Memory Lane. (Dystopian romance. 14 & up)"
As a teen-suicide epidemic sweeps the nation, Sloane and her friends struggle with depression from which the only release is death or The Program. Read full book review >

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A WANT SO WICKED by Suzanne Young
Released: June 26, 2012

"Knowing that Charlotte doesn't really face obliteration disappointingly defuses the suspense for all but the most avid fans. (Paranormal romance. 12 & up)"
High-school student Elise begins experiencing some very odd things that make her feel like some stranger is beginning to occupy her body. Read full book review >

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THE REMEDY by Suzanne Young
YOUNG ADULT
Released: April 21, 2015

"A visceral exploration of the eternal and misguided search for pain-free happiness in an almost-now Brave New World. (Dystopian romance. 14-18)"
Quinlan has an uncanny ability to become someone else, especially if that person is dead. Read full book review >

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JUST LIKE FATE by Cat Patrick
YOUNG ADULT
Released: Aug. 27, 2013

"An unusual and intriguing meditation on freedom of choice. (Fiction. 12-16)"
When her beloved grandmother suffers a massive stroke and ends up in the hospital, high school junior Caroline Cabot's world falls apart. Read full book review >

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ALL IN PIECES by Suzanne Young
YOUNG ADULT
Released: Nov. 8, 2016

"A satisfying look at one teen struggling with hard choices. (Fiction. 14-18)"
Coping with more than she can handle, a young woman reacts with anger only to realize there are some problems a fight can't fix. Read full book review >

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A NEED SO BEAUTIFUL by Suzanne Young
FANTASY
Released: June 21, 2011

"Charlotte's bleak tale provides an imaginative twist on the timeless battle between dark and light and, of course, sets up a potential sequel. (Supernatural romance. 12 & up)"
Yet another angel in human form reluctantly faces her uncertain destiny in a gripping supernatural romance. Read full book review >

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KEVIN YOUNG
by Megan Labrise

According to poet and critic Kevin Young’s latest treatise, there’s something more American than apple pie. Bunk: The Rise of Hoaxes, Humbug, Plagiarists, Phonies, Post-Facts, and Fake News is a philosophical history of the hoax, from mid-19th-century circus sideshows to the baseless stories that circulate our social media feeds.

“People had for a long time thought of the hoax in ...


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A MIGHTY IMAGINATION
by Julie Danielson

Barbara DaCosta and Ed Young aren’t new to collaboration. In 2012, she wrote and he illustrated Nighttime Ninja, her debut picture book. Mighty Moby, on shelves in early August, is their second collaboration, and it came to exist in a way not typical for most picture books, what the author calls “an unusual method” and “backward.”

Evidently, Ed Young ...


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SOME SUMPTUOUS SUMMER READS
by Bobbi Dumas

It’s the end of July!

In January, I would have thought I’d be in Orlando this week for RWA, but life has a way of happening when we’re making other plans, doesn’t it?

In fact the whole last month has been full of surprises for me, mostly good, some not so good—and while I’ve had to adjust some expectations, overall ...


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