by Chandler Baker
SIX OF CROWS
by Leigh Bardugo
THE GAME OF LOVE AND DEATH
by Martha Brockenbrough
Set in Seattle in the 1920s, a romance develops between Flora, who is African American, and Henry, who
is white. Despite some differences, the pair has much in common, including a shared love of jazz music.
However, it turns out that Flora and Henry actually are pawns in a game played by two other characters
– Love and Death. This book is full of intrigue and is, at times, heartbreaking, and will have the reader
racing to the final pages.
by Amie Kaufman and Jay Kristoff
by Victoria Laurie
by Taran Martharu
A blacksmith’s apprentice named Fletcher discovers he can summon demons from another world. He soon gets chased out of his village for a crime he did not commit, ending up at an academy for adepts,
where he is trained to serve as a Battlemage in the Empire’s war against the savage Orcs. Eventually, Fletcher discovers the fate of the Empire is in his hands.
ALL THE BRIGHT PLACES
by Jennifer Niven
Death plays a big role in the lives of high schoolers Theodore Finch and Violet Markey. He is constantly on the verge of suicide, and she is battling grief after her sister’s death. The Indiana teens come
together to work on a project and soon develop a bond, showing each other what it’s like to live.
EVERY LAST WORD
by Tamara Ireland Stone
Samantha McAllister seems to have it all: she is beautiful, bright and part of the popular crowd in high school. But looks can be deceiving, and she is hiding the fact she has Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD). Samantha’s life changes after she visits a place at school called Poet’s Corner and she begins hanging out with new friends like Caroline and AJ.
Suicide Notes from Beautiful Girls
by Lynn Weingarten
by Nicola Yoon
Maddy is a teenager with a serious autoimmune disease that prevents her from leaving the house. Yet, she seems content to stay home and read books. That is until a boy named Olly moves in next door. The two meet, and their quirky relationship is chronicled through emails, journal entries, IMs and old notes.