• Ace of Spades

    Ace of Spades

    Àbíké-Íyímídé, Faridah

    "When the newest prefects are announced at Niveus Private Academy, certain choices just make sense—like the promotion of popular and perfect Chiamaka Adebayo to head prefect—but when Devon is announced as prefect, a role he neither expected nor feels deserving of , he suspects something is afoot." - Booklist

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  • Firekeeper's Daughter

    Firekeeper's Daughter

    Boulley, Angeline

    "Daunis, who is part Ojibwe, defers attending the University of Michigan to care for her mother and reluctantly becomes involved in the investigation of a series of drug-related deaths." - Novelist

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  • Cheer Up!

    Cheer Up!

    Frasier, Crystal

    "Two high school cheerleaders learn from each other while falling for one another." - Kirkus

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  • Before We Disappear

    Before We Disappear

    Hutchinson, Shaun David

    * LOCAL AUTHOR * "Fifteen-year-old Jack and sixteen-year-old Wilhelm, assistants to--and captives of--rival magicians, fall in love against the backdrop of Seattle's 1908 world's fair, the Alaska-Yukon-Pacific Exposition." - Booklist

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  • Last Night at the Telegraph Club

    Last Night at the Telegraph Club

    Lo, Malinda

    "Lily Hu has spent all her life in San Francisco’s Chinatown, keeping mostly to her Chinese American community both in and out of school. As she makes her way through her teen years in the 1950s, she starts growing apart from her childhood friends as her passion for rockets and space exploration grows—along with her curiosity about a few blocks in the city that her parents have warned her to avoid." - Kirkus

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  • Aristotle and Dante Dive Into the Waters of the World

    Aristotle and Dante Dive Into the Waters of the World

    Sáenz, Benjamin Alire

    "It has been a while since a book has moved me this much and so often." - Jessica / "As the final year of high school approaches, Ari and Dante explore their love for each other—and their love for others—in Sáenz’s long-awaited sequel to 2012’s Aristotle and Dante Discover the Secrets of the Universe." - Kirkus

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  • Iron Widow

    Iron Widow

    Zhao, Xiran Jay

    Society has set Wu Zetian up to be just another sacrifice to power one of the mecha war machines that protects this retro-futurist (?) version of China, but this poor, disabled girl will get revenge against the murderer of her big sister or die trying. Heroine's righteous anger at her misogynistic reality is great, her continual refusal to be shamed into compliance cured my maskne, soft boy/murder boy love interests are delightful, and best solution to a love triangle ever written. I read it in a day and can't wait for the rest of the trilogy. -- Buck

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  • City of the Uncommon Thief

    City of the Uncommon Thief

    Bertrand, Lynne

    "Thrilling and unique, a story full of magic, murder, humor, love and adventure. Set in a walled off city, most people live their whole miserable lives locked in their guild tower, until Errol Thebes uncovers a sinister plot and blows the city open. A great read for those who love detailed world building, mysteries, complex plots, and for fans of Leigh Bardugo." -- Jennifer

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  • Blackout

    Blackout

    "Six critically acclaimed, best-selling and award-winning authors celebrate Black teen love in this interlinked novel of heartwarming and hilarious stories that shine a bright light through the dark." - Novelist

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  • Yolk

    Yolk

    Choi, Mary H. K.

    "Ji-young Baek, or Jayne, is a fashion marketing student at a Manhattan design college when her overachieving older sister, June, tracks her down to tell her that she has cancer. The sisters' relationship has been one of intense conflict since high school, but now the cancer brings them into an awkward closeness, forcing them outside their selfish bubbles as they unite in hiding June’s illness from their overly critical mother back in Texas." - Booklist

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