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Libertaria: Genesis (BOOK 1) (Libertaria Chronicles)
Sabrina Pena Young

Libertaria is not your typical fourteenyear old. Raised in a Genetics Factory she's never celebrated a birthday, had a BFF, or even had a first crush.
But she can melt your brain with a single glance!
In a postapocalyptic dystopia Libertaria teams up with her megalomaniac drug addict father to destroy evil ReverseAging geneticists with a ragtag robot army of cyborg misfits. In a dystopian world of secrets and mad geneticists Libertaria learns that sometimes to save the world you must...

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Red God/Black God
Dorothy Massey

Becoming a teenager always involves challenges and Neema seems to have more than her fair share. She wants a secondary school education like her brother, but their father has more traditional plans for Neema's future. Her mother’s mysterious illness and aunt’s strange message make her wonder whether her family has indeed been cursed by the vengeful Red God.
In standing against Maasai tradition, Neema risks the wrath of her father and community. With determination and the kindly Black...

The Incorruptible: A deadly summer in Greece
Margaret Eleanor Leigh

“If you write anything about this, you will not leave Greece alive.”
Only a rash outsider would dare disrupt Greece’s illegal trade in women. Meet Agnes Jones: she is very rash indeed.

Cider Lane: Of silences and stars
Mark Hayes

Winner of the Publisher’s Book Club Book of the Month award, November 2015
A novel of the lost and the broken. Of sharing the silences, talking to the stars, and the importance of tin openers.
A troubled young woman witnesses her parents final moments. Dying as their crashed car is consumed in flames. Griefstricken lost and alone her mind withdraws into darkness. Finding empty solace within the walls of her subconscious. She walks away carrying with her a terrible secret she hides...

If I Could Be Like Jennifer Taylor
Barbara Ehrentreu

Carolyn Samuels is obsessed with the idea of being popular. She is convinced that the only thing keeping her from happiness is her too heavy for fashion body and not being a cheerleader. Hyperventilating when she gets nervous doesn’t help. When she is paired for a math project with the girl who tormented her in middle school, Jennifer Taylor, she is sure it is going to be another year of pain. With Carolyn’s crush on Jennifer’s hunky junior quarterback, Brad her freshman year in high...

Take Me To Your Leader (Flight Knights, Book 2)
C.D. Bryan

Lately, Parker's little brother, Tommy, has been acting weird. of weird.
But Parker doesn't have time for Tommy's alien behavior.
The Flight Knights are on a DANGEROUS mission. A SEARCH and DESTROY—real aliens—Mission!
The Top Suspect?
Wacky Mr. Mackey, the school science teacher.
Alarming things are coming out of Wacky Mackey’s garage. Stellar bursts of light. Highpitched screams. Coffinshaped space vessels.
But he’s a...