December 13, 2013
Three fantastic new additions to our collection!
Price concludes her adrenaline-fueled plot begun in Starters (2012) about teens who have microchips in their heads that enable older people to inhabit their bodies. Using an inheritance from Helena, the elderly woman who rented her body, Callie has carved out a safe life for herself, her younger brother and her best friend, Michael. She helped bring down the evil Prime Destinations Company, but the mastermind, the Old Man, got away. Determined to find out who he really is and hoping for a normal life for herself and her younger brother, Callie is ready to fight for the truth, even if it kills her.
Kelly Moore, Tucker Reed,and Larkin Reed
In the sequel to Amber House (2012), Sarah Parsons finds herself in a new version of history, created when she altered time by saving her brother, Sammy, and her aunt, Maggie. While the people in her life are the same, the backdrop is different. Racism reigns where she lives in Maryland, part of what is now known as the American Confederation of States. Her friend Jackson shares her visions and together, they manage to remember the way things ought to be, and plan a daring mission to reset the universe. It'll involve a leap into the unknown and in the end, a sacrifice Sarah never imagined.
No One Else Can Have You
Hale has created a murder mystery that will keep readers guessing, laughing, and cringing until the surprising final pages! When Ruth Fried, the homecoming queen of peaceful Friendship, Wisconsin is found murdered, the town is certain that her football star boyfriend is the culprit. Sixteen-year-old Kippy Bushman, the victim's best friend, has other theories. The only person who shares Kippy's desire for the truth and who understood Ruth's difficult personality is Davey, Ruth's older brother, who's recently been discharged from the military. Together, they team up to clear Ruth’s boyfriend and find the real killer.