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June 26, 2019

What's New?

Three fantastic new additions to our collection!


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Call It What You Want
Brigid Kemmerer
Kemmerer's (More than We Can Tell, 2018) latest is a compelling story about two social outcasts who are wrestling with complicated issues and big decisions. Former golden boy, Rob Lachlan is wracked by guilt after his father was caught embezzling from half the town. Overachiever Maegan Day is the dutiful and caring daughter who snapped and got caught cheating on the SAT. When Rob and Maegan are paired together for a class project, they slowly become friends. But Rob's plan to fix the damage caused by his father could ruin more than their fragile new relationship.

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Dev1at3
Jay Kristoff
From bestselling author Kristoff comes the second installment in the LIFEL1K3 trilogy. In the wake of a climactic battle, Eve is torn between the memories of the girl she was, and the synthetic she's become. Together with her newfound siblings she sets out to find the real Ana Monrova whose DNA is the key to building an army of lifelikes. Eve’s former best friend, Lemon Fresh joins a group with genetic powers like her own, but soon discovers that not all of her new associates are trustworthy. With friends and enemies wearing interchangeable faces, she joins the race to locate Ana before Eve can get to her.

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The Evil Queen
Gena Showalter
Showalter’s (Oh My Goth, 2018) latest, a retelling of Snow White, is set in the magical realm of Enchantia where fairy tales foretell the future. Life in Oklahoma never prepared 17-year-old Everly Morrow for the truth that she’s a real-life fairy-tale princess. With powers beyond her imagination including the ability to communicate with mirrors, she returns to the land of her birth. There Everly meets Roth Charmaine, the supposed Prince Charming. Their attraction is undeniable, but their relationship is doomed. As her prophecy unfolds, Everly faces one betrayal after another and she’s tempted to become the queen and villain she was born to be.

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Past Perfect Life
Elizabeth Eulberg
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