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New YA Book Releases

Welcome to the Readers Lane home of young adult fiction! Here is where we’ll tell you what’s coming out — and what we think about it (we can’t resist offering an opinion). Find new titles, new authors, and new installments in your favorite series. You’ll find 2015 release dates here and you can tab over to find more YA news from Readers Lane.

Week of August 24

Another Day, by David Levithan (August 25) — In this companion novel to body-switching romance Every Day, we learn Rhiannon’s side of the story as she struggles to separate the person she loves with an ever-changing physical appearance.

Mechanica, by Betsy Cornwell (August 25) — In this steampunk Cinderella retelling, Nicolette is a teen inventor mocked by her awful stepsisters. A secret workshop and a magical mechanical horse may be her ticket to a happily ever after.

Week of August 17

Before We Were Strangers: A Love Story, by Renee Carlino (August 18) — A Craigslist “missed connection” post gives two people who loved and lost each other 15 years ago one more chance to find love.

Court of Fives, by Kate Elliott (August 18) — Upper-class Jessamy dreams of having the freedom of the Commoners. When she secretly trains for a gladiatorial athletic competition — and gets unmasked — she’ll need the help of a rival athlete to rescue her family from the political fallout.

The Creeping, by Alexandra Sirowy (August 18) — Twelve years ago, sisters Stella and Jeanie vanished; Stella returned minutes later with no memory of what happened, but Jeanie was never seen again. When a body washes up in a cemetery that looks just like Jeanie — and other red-headed girls start disappearing — Stella is forced to confront the past she’s blocked out for so long.

Week of August 10

The Moment of Letting Go, by J. A. Redmerski (August 11) — Overachiever Sienna Murphy is in control of every part of her life — until a work trip to Oahu leads to a passionate fling with sexy surfer Luke. Despite their intense connection, Luke is scarred by the past and afraid to commit to the future, dude.

Reawakened, by Colleen Houck (August 11) — Privileged teen Lily escapes the “pressures” of her elite life at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, where she runs into a reanimated Egyptian prince, as you do. Amon awakens every millennium to perform a ritual that keeps the god of chaos at bay; Lily has nothing else to do on spring break and decides to join him.

Who Do You Love, by Jennifer Weiner (August 11) — Rachel and Andy are eight-year-old children when they happen to meet one night in an emergency room. Despite very different backgrounds, their lives keep intertwining as fate brings them together again and again.

Week of August 3

Crystal Kingdom (The Kanin Chronicles), by Amanda Hocking (August 4) — Unjustly charged with murder and treason, Bryn Aven is on the run. The one person who can help her regain control of her kingdom is her greatest enemy, the gorgeous and mysterious Konstantin Black… but can she trust him?

Week of July 13

Alive: Book One of the Generations Trilogy, by Scott Sigler (July 14) — A group of teens wake up in a dusty hallway full of coffins, with no memory of who they are or how they got there. As they explore their surroundings and encounter others, they begin to realize there’s a bigger threat lurking in the shadows.

Week of July 6

Ink and Bone: The Great Library, by Rachel Caine (July 7) — In a futuristic dystopia, the Great Library controls everyone’s access to information and the private ownership of books is banned. Jess, the son of black-market book dealers, is sent as a spy to the Library’s training center, and finds his loyalties tested.

Week of June 22

The Rules, by Nancy Holder, Debbie Viguié (June 23) — Robin Brisset, a junior, thinks she’s finally made the big time — socially speaking — when she gets invited to one of Callabrese High’s most exclusive parties. What she doesn’t understand is that their trademark scavenger hunts turn deadly… and she’ll have to do things she never imagined to survive.

Week of June 15

Between the Notes, by Sharon Huss Roat (June 16) — When Ivy Emerson’s family loses their house (including her beloved piano) and they’re forced to move to a bad neighborhood, Ivy has her hands full hiding the truth from her well-to-do friends. But as Ivy’s lies start to unravel, she must learn to trust some unlikely friends,  the support of her family, and herself.

Week of June 8

Forever: An Unfortunate Fairy Tale, by Chanda Hahn (June 8) — In book 5 of the Unfortunate Fairy Tale series, Mina finds herself without the guidance of her fae godmother after the destruction of the Godmother Guild. When the dark prince threatens the entire human plane, Mina agrees to become his prisoner in order to protect her friends — but does this mean saying goodbye to her chances for love?

Even When You Lie to Me, by Jessica Alcott (June 9) — Charlie isn’t thrilled about what she foresees for her senior year of high school: living in her best friend’s shadow, retreating into books, and forever disappointing her judgmental mom. Until the new English teacher, Mr. Drummond, turns out to be handsome, funny, smart… and may even share Charlie’s romantic feelings. WATCH OUT GIRL.

Last Year’s Mistake, by Gina Ciocca (June 9) — Kelsey and David were inseparable best friends until the night a year ago when a misunderstanding turned Kelsey into a schoolwide joke and destroyed their friendship. A year later, she’s living in a new town, popular, and has a hot boyfriend. But when David moves to town, Kelsey realizes they still share a strong connection.

Hello, I Love You, by Katie M. Stout (June 9) — Fleeing from her record-producer father’s million-dollar mansion, her country-music-star brother who’s having a breakdown, and her angry mother, Grace escapes to a Korean boarding school that seems as far away as possible from the music industry. Naturally, her roomie’s twin brother is a budding K-pop sensation, and Grace finds herself falling for him.

Week of June 1

The Devil You Know, by Trish Doller (June 2) — 18-year-old Cadie can’t wait to get out of the tiny Florida town she’s lived in all her life. But when a couple of cute/homicidal cousins invite Cadie and her friend on a road trip, their impulsive getaway turns into the road trip from hell.

Joyride, by Anna Banks (June 2) — Carly Vega lives with her brother, works and studies hard, and sends money back to Mexico to help her deported parents someday return. Arden Moss is the school quarterback who blames his father for not treating the mental illness that led to his older sister’s suicide. When their paths cross, they realize that they can’t live their lives entirely for (or in spite of) others.

Like It Never Happened, by Emily Adrian (June 2) — Rebecca Rivers lands the lead role in her high school play, becomes BFFs with her castmates, and even gets to kiss the super-hot Charlie Lamb. But their personal drama is overshadowed when a serious accusation shakes up the entire school — even though some of it is lies.

The Master Magician, by Charlie N. Holmberg (June 2) — In book 3 of the Paper Magician series, student magician Ceony Twill prepares to finish her apprenticeship and take her final exam. But she’s been hiding a big secret: she’s able to perform magic outside her chosen discipline, which should be impossible. Meanwhile, a murderous criminal from Ceony’s past breaks out of prison and comes hunting for her.

More Happy Than Not, by Adam Silvera (June 2) — There’s plenty that Aaron Soto wishes he could forget: his father’s suicide, his distant brother and stressed mother. And, when the handsome and funny Thomas shows up, the undeniable fact that Aaron is gay. The mysterious Leteo Institute offers a seemingly miraculous “memory relief” forgetting cure… but can Aaron leave his life behind?

Sugar, by Deirdre Riordan Hall (June 2) — Sugar Legowski-Gracia is a Puerto Rican–Polish girl struggling with obesity, caring for her bedridden mom and avoiding her mean brother. When she meets Even, he’s the first person to look beyond her weight. Can she become the person he helps her find within herself?


Week of May 25

Dime, by E.R. Frank (May 26) — This wrenching, honest book about teen prostitution tells the story of Dime, a girl who flees the broken foster-care system for the dubious “family” of a pimp and his other prostitutes. Dime finds an escape from her difficult life in reading and writing, but can she find the strength to make it on her own?

Emancipated, by M. G. Reyes (May 26) — Six emancipated teens — a diva, a jock, a former child star, a hustler, a musician, and a hacker —become roommates in a beach house, but this seemingly ideal setup goes sour when secrets, scandals, and betrayals threaten their “family.”

The Eternal City, by Paula Morris (May 26) — Laura Martin is visiting Rome on a class trip (clearly her school is fancier than mine was) when strange stuff starts happening: sculptures and paintings come to life, menacing ash clouds form in the sky. It’s an all-out war of the gods, and naturally Laura and her friends are the only people in the world who can figure out what’s going on and try to stop it.

Extraordinary Means, by Robyn Schneider (May 26) — For fans of The Fault in Our Stars, this medical romance features Lane, a teen boy diagnosed with TB and sent off to a sanatorium, where he meets a manic pixie dream girl called Sadie. You know where this goes.

I Am Princess X, by Cherie Priest and Kali Ciesemier (May 26) — Steampunk author Cherie Priest turns to YA in this illustrated novel about best friends May and Libby, who drew a comic book called Princess X together until Libby died in a car crash. Years later, May is shocked to see Princess X popping up all over Seattle. Is Libby alive?

Immaculate, by Katelyn Detweiler (May 26) — When overachieving 17-year-old virgin Mina suddenly becomes pregnant, her world falls apart. Her father blames her boyfriend, her boyfriend thinks Mina is cheating, and nobody believes that Mina didn’t have sex. A thought-provoking tale about faith and miracles.

Kissing in America, by Margo Rabb (May 26) — Grieving after her father’s death, 16-year-old Eva finds comfort in gooey romance novels. When she meets her dream boy, who then moves across the country, Eva and her BFF concoct a wild road-trip plan for True Love.

The Murder Complex #2: The Death Code, by Lindsay Cummings (May 26) — In a dystopian world where the murder rate is higher than the birth rate (aka Florida), teen assassin Meadow fights to save her family from the government’s Murder Complex.

The Tenderness of Thieves, by Donna Freitas (May 26) — After surviving an armed robbery where she was held at knifepoint, Jane thinks a whirlwind romance with bad boy Handel Davies might be just the ticket to rekindle her happiness. Unfortunately, Handel has some dark secrets that are very relevant to Jane’s interests.

Tiny Pretty Things, by Sona Charaipotra and Dhonielle Clayton (May 26) — Ambitious, gossipy teens vie to be the best at an elite New York ballet school.

Week of May 18

Center Ice (Entangled Crush), by Cate Cameron (May 19) — After her mother’s death, Karen is banished to small-town Corrigan Falls to live with her dad and his new family. She’s drawn to Tyler, the town’s star hockey player, but Tyler is facing his own problems from the intense pressure to win.

From a Distant Star, by Karen McQuestion (May 19) — 17-year-0ld Emma is thrilled when her gravely ill boyfriend Lucas suddenly recovers. But when she finds an unidentifiable object on his family farm — and government agents come to take it away — she suspects there’s a whole lot more to his mysterious return from the brink of death.

Illusionarium, by Heather Dixon (May 19) — In this steampunk fantasy, Jonathan thinks he’s an ordinary boy until the king orders him and his father to help find the cure for a deadly plague. A newly discovered chemical called fantillium creates shared illusions… and Jonathan discovers some very special talents.

The Last Good Day of the Year, by Jessica Warman (May 19) — A decade ago, 7-year-old Samantha and her friend Remy watched as Sam’s sister’s ex-boyfriend abducted their little sister Turtle, who was later killed. When Sam’s family returns to their childhood home, however, Sam and Remy start to question their memories… and turn up some shocking secrets about that fateful night.

Made You Up, by Francesca Zappia (May 19) — Alex hopes to make a fresh start for her senior year at a new high school where nobody knows her — or her diagnosis of paranoid schizophrenia. But when she meets a boy who looks exactly like her very first hallucination, she knows her story is about to get a lot more complicated. A funny, emotional look at teen mental illness.

Off the Page (Between the Lines #2), by Jodi Picoult (May 19) — In this literal storybook romance, 16-year-0ld Delilah is finally reunited with Oliver, an actual fairy-tale prince. But in order for Oliver to live in the real world, someone else must take his place… and that’s where Edgar comes in. Will everyone get their happily ever after?

Scarlett Undercover, by Jennifer Latham (May 19) — In this Veronica-Mars-esque mystery, Scarlett is a smart, sassy Muslim-American teen girl detective taking on crime in her hometown of Las Almas. Plus, evil genies and ancient curses! Read the first four chapters free.

A School for Unusual Girls: A Stranje House Novel, by Kathleen Baldwin (May 19) — In Regency England, Headmistress Emma Stranje runs a boarding school for “unusual ladies,” turning society’s headstrong daughters into spies and secret agents. Miss Georgiana Fitzwilliam, packed off to Stranje House after a scientific experiment burns down her father’s stables, finds herself working with Lord Sebastian Wyatt to develop invisible ink for the English war effort.

They Call Me Alexandra Gastone, by T.A. Maclagan (May 20) — “Alexandra Gastone,” aka Milena Rovka, is a teen sleeper agent embedded with the family of CIA analyst Albert Gastone ever since the real Alexandra died in a car crash. But when Milena’s spymasters suddenly call her to active duty, who will she be loyal to?

Week of May 11

5 to 1, by Holly Bodger (May 12) — In the year 2054, India has a 5-to-1 ratio of boys to girls, thanks to decades of gender selection, and women have become valuable prizes that boys compete to marry. Sudasa, a girl who doesn’t want to marry, and Kiran, a boy forced to compete for her hand, tell their stories in alternating chapters of prose and verse.

Apple and Rain, by Sarah Crossan (May 12) — When Apple’s absentee mother returns after 11 years, Apple jumps at the chance to live with her and escape her overbearing grandmother. But when Apple meets her troubled younger half-sister Rain, she realizes that maybe her old life wasn’t so bad.

The Artisans, by Julie Reece (May 12) — A teen southern gothic with a fashion twist! Raven Weathersby (eye roll) dreams of being a fashion designer, but when her alcoholic stepfather runs up a debt with Gideon Maddox, heir to Maddox Industries, Rave reluctantly agrees to a year of indentured servitude to pay off the debt. Is Gideon Maddox really the hard-hearted monster he’s made out to be, or does he have a Terrible Secret that only Rave can help with? You decide.

Love Fortunes and Other Disasters, by Kimberly Karalius (May 12) — Fallon Dupree can’t wait to attend high school and learn her love fortune from  Zita’s famous (and 100% accurate) Love Charms Shop. But when she receives a devastating fortune saying she’ll never find true love, Fallon teams up with some other unlucky classmates to change fate.

Only Ever Yours, by Louise O’Neill (May 12) — In a dystopian future, girls are bred for beauty and trained to please men at Schools; if not selected as wives, they’ll become concubines or governesses. As the pressure mounts, best friends Freida and Isabel start to crack under the strain.

The Wrath and the Dawn, by Renée Ahdieh (May 12) — 16-year-old Shahrzad agrees to wed the cruel, wife-murdering teen caliph so that she can get a crack at revenge-killing him for executing her dear friend. Naturally, she discovers that Things Are More Complicated Than She Thought and also that he’s hot. Be warned, this is the first book in what promises to be a long (and melodramatically overwritten) series, so there’s no resolution to the tale.

Velvet, by Temple West (May 12) — Teen orphan Caitlin Holte finds herself falling for her bad-boy half-demon vampire neighbor Adrian after he saves her life. BUT CAN HE PROTECT HER HEART?

Week of May 4

Rogue (The Talon Saga Book 2), by Julie Kagawa (May 1) — Ember Hill is a girl who can shape-shift into a dragon, and Garret is a dragon-slaying soldier who spared her life at the risk of his own. Ember decides to break into dragon-slayer HQ to rescue him and learns some shocking truths about the war between dragons and humans.

A Court of Thorns and Roses, by Sarah J. Maas (May 5) — In this series debut, teen huntress Feyre is taken to a magical land by the faerie Tamlin, who demands retribution for Feyre’s accidental killing of a faerie in wolf form. As she develops sexy feelings for Tamlin, Feyre must weigh all the terrible things she’s heard about fairies against the evil magic threatening their world.

Fabled, by Vanessa K. Eccles (May 5) — This inventive tale ties classic fairy tales together into an original new story. Rowena gets trapped in Mezzanine, a nightmarish land of dark magic, and must choose between escape and thwarting the evil monarch’s plans to take over our world.

The Heir, by Kiera Cass (May 5) — In the fourth installment of this very silly YA fantasy romance series, Princess Eadlyn, daughter of America Singer and Prince Maxon, is preparing for her own Selection (a sort of dystopian The Royal Bachelorette). She doesn’t expect a fairy-tale love story like her parents, but she might just be surprised!

The Isle of the Lost (The Descendants #1), by Melissa de la Cruz (May 5) — 20 years after a kingdom’s worth of evil villains was packed off to the Isle of the Lost, a magical prison, a cast of wicked characters tries to find the dragon’s eye that will give them Ultimate Evil Power and allow them to escape the island.

Lola Carlyle’s 12-Step Romance, by Danielle Younge-Ullman (May 5) — In this wacky teen rehab romance, Hollywood teen Lola fakes an addiction so she can join her BFF Sydney — and Lola’s longtime crush Wade — at a posh, spa-like rehab. Once Lola checks in, though, she’s alarmed to discover that rehab is nothing like a spa… and Sydney isn’t there.

Material Girls, by Elaine Dimopoulos (May 5) — In Marla and Ivy’s world, culture is ruled by teens: 16-year-old Marla sets clothing trends, while pop star Ivy makes her fashions iconic. But as the girls realize they’re just pawns for corporations that pull the strings, they start to see the dark side of society’s obsession with compulsive consumption.

Saint Anything, by Sarah Dessen (May 5) — When Sydney’s charming older brother, Peyton, spirals into alcohol abuse, a fatal DUI accident, and prison, everyone’s attention is focused on him, as usual — but what about the victim’s family? In the cozy chaos of the Chatham family, Sydney finds love and acceptance where she least expects it.

Seriously Wicked, by Tina Connolly (May 5) — Camellia, the adopted daughter of a wicked witch, is used to stopping her mom’s evil schemes to take over the world. But when her mother summons a demon that possesses Cam’s crush, and dragons and phoenixes are suddenly running loose at school, Cam worries that using magic to stop her mom’s evil plans will make her a wicked witch, too.

Until the Beginning, by Amy Plum (May 5) — The sequel to After the End. When Juneau’s clan disappeared, she learned that her people’s unique gifts were special enough to kidnap the entire village. Juneau’s journey to find them leads to a game preserve in New Mexico, but she doesn’t realize she may be the most special one of all.

Week of April 28

An Ember in the Ashes, by Sabaa Tahir (April 28) — In this Roman-Empire-flavored dystopian, Laia is a slave girl whose brother is arrested for treason. A secret group of rebels offers to free him if Laia agrees to become a spy inside the elite military academy, where Laia meets Elias, the school’s top cadet with secrets of his own. Hail romance!

Into the Dark Book #2: The Eternity Key, by Bree Despain (April 28) — In the second book of this trilogy inspired by the Greek myth of Persephone and Hades, disgraced underworld prince Haden fights to protect Daphne Raines, the girl he was supposed to deliver to the Underrealm, while she learns to use her musical ability to control the elements in a fight to protect the mortal world from a terrible monster.

The Game of Love and Death, by Martha Brockenbrough (April 28) — Set in Jazz Age Seattle, Flora and Henry are an African-American girl and white boy who are unknowing pawns in an ancient game between adversaries Love and Death. #WeLikeDiverseBooks.

The Girl at Midnight, by Melissa Grey (April 28) — Echo is a teen runaway and thief who lives with the Avicen, an ancient race of magical beings. When war comes to the Avicen, Echo throws in her lot with them to defend the only family she’s ever known. Shades of Daughter of Smoke & Bone.

In a World Just Right, by Jen Brooks (April 28) — Since waking from a childhood coma, Jonathan has had a special power: he can create alternate worlds where he’s anything he wants to be. But when he forgets which world he’s in and kisses his real-life love interest, fantasy and reality start to mash up in some complicated ways.

Lying Out Loud, by Kody Keplinger (April 28) — A companion novel to The DUFF. Sonny and Amy are allies against the world, and especially prep-school snobs like new student Ryder. But Ryder likes Amy… and when a prank goes awry, Sonny realizes she might like Ryder. Drama!

Magonia, by Maria Dahvana Headley (April 28) — Dying of a mysterious and incurable lung disease, Aza Ray escapes into a fantasy world called Magonia, where she’s healthy and powerful. On the downside, Magonia wants to declare war on all of Earth, including the boy Aza Ray like-likes. What to do?

The Replaced (The Taking Book 2), by Kimberly Derting (April 28) — Kyra was “taken” and mysteriously returned five years later, remembering nothing. Now she discovers that there are other Returned people like her, who are all in danger from super-secret government entities.

Rook, by Sharon Cameron (April 28) — Centuries after the Earth’s magnetic poles shifted, the Sunken City (formerly Paris) is wracked by a bloody revolution — until political prisoners are magically spirited away by the Red Rook. Meanwhile, Sophia Bellamy prepares to save her family from financial ruin by marrying a wealthy Frenchman, but it just so happens that both of them have Red-Rook-related secrets to hide from each other.

The Secrets of Attraction, by Robin Constantine (April 28) — Madison is preparing for a summer art program and hanging out with her boyfriend, Zach, and life is good. But a chance encounter with Jesse, a heartbroken musician, forces her to rethink what’s important in life.

The Secrets We Keep, by Trisha Leaver (April 28) — Ella and Maddy are identical twins who get into a serious accident. When Ella wakes up, she realizes that everyone thinks she’s Maddy… but when she goes along with the deception, Ella learns that Maddy had plenty of secrets from her twin sister.

Trouble from the Start, by Rachel Hawthorne (April 28) — A companion novel to The Boyfriend Project. Good girl Avery falls for bad boy Fletcher.

Week of April 21

99 Days, by Katie Cotugno (April 21) — Molly Barlow is in for one heck of an awkward summer after cheating on her first boyfriend with OMG HIS BROTHER. Drama!

Challenger Deep, by Neal Shusterman and Brendan Shusterman (April 21) — In the real world, Caden Bosch is paranoid, obsessive-compulsive, and thinks people are trying to kill him. In his fantasy world, Caden is on a pirate ship headed to the deepest trenches of the ocean. A thought-provoking look at mental illness and psychiatric care from the perspective of a patient.

City Love, by Susane Colasanti (April 21) — Sadie, Darcy, and Rosanna are three girls living together in New York City for the summer before they start college. Romantic adventures abound.

Endangered, by Lamar Giles (April 21) — Lauren secretly runs a popular photo blog exposing the dirty little secrets at her high school: who buys drugs from who, who got caught shoplifting. But when an anonymous “admirer” blackmails her with exposure, Lauren is trapped into some risky behavior of her own.

Every Last Promise, by Kristin Halbrook (April 21) — After a party gets out of control, Kayla must decide whether to speak up about what she saw that led up to a sexual assault, even if it shatters life as she knows it.

Finding Paris, by Joy Preble (April 21) — With a chaotic family life, sisters Leo and Paris have only ever been able to rely on each other. Paris suddenly vanishes, leaving only a cryptic clue, and Leo follows a string of clues to Las Vegas and beyond in the search for her sister.

I Am Number Four: The Lost Files: The Navigator, by Pittacus Lore (April 21) — A companion novel to the bestselling series. Lexa is a Loric hacker whose unrivaled skills helped her narrowly escape her doomed planet to hide on Earth, part of a secret Lorien group who haven’t joined the fight over Earth.

Project Paper Doll: The Trials, by Stacey Kade (April 21) — Ariane Tucker is forced to participate in a serials of trials with other human-alien hybrids, but all she cares about is revenge for her dead love. BURN IT DOWN, GIRL.

The Remedy, by Suzanne Young (April 21) — A companion novel to The Program and The Treatment. Quinlan is a “closer” who provides closure to grieving families by skilfully impersonating their dead loved ones temporarily. But her new role as Catalina Barnes is the most complicated and dangerous job yet.

Things We Know by Heart, by Jessi Kirby (April 21) — Quinn Sullivan falls in love with the unknowing recipient of her deceased boyfriend’s heart. Happens all the time.

Ignite the Shadows, by Ingrid Seymour (April 23) — Marci Guerrero is a teen hacker in Seattle who specializes in spying on the secret group called IgNiTe. When its leader recruits her, she learns a horrifying secret about a parasitic being taking over human brains.

Week of April 14

All the Rage, by Courtney Summers (April 14) — Romy Grey is bullied and ostracized when she speaks out against the sheriff’s son Kellan Turner, the town’s golden boy. But when more girls are assaulted, Romy knows she has no choice but to speak up again.

Dream a Little Dream (The Silver Trilogy), by Kerstin Gier (April 14) — A new series debut from the author of the Ruby Red trilogy. When Liv’s single mom remarries, Liv discovers that her new stepbrother runs a magical virgin-powered demon-conjuring cabal at his boarding school, and she’s the new recruit. Is all of London built on top of an ancient burial ground or something? Oh wait, I guess it kind of is.

First There Was Forever, by Juliana Romano (April 14) — When best friends Lima and Hailey start to grow apart, a secret love triangle threatens their long friendship.

Forged (Taken), by Erin Bowman (April 14) — In this conclusion to the dystopian-thriller trilogy, Gray Weathersby takes on the Laicos Project, the Order, and the Forgeries, knowing he can’t trust anyone — including the girl he loves.

The Wondrous and the Wicked (The Dispossessed Book 3), by Page Morgan (April 14) — Magical sisters Ingrid and Axia face off with gargoyles and demons in Paris in the conclusion to this paranormal trilogy.

Week of April 6

I Am Her Revenge, by Meredith Moore (April 7) — Vivian is a human weapon created by Mother to exact revenge on a man who wronged her long ago. But when Vivian learns the truth of who she is, she’s in danger from Mother, too.

Kissing Ted Callahan (and Other Guys), by Amy Spalding (April 7) — Best friends Riley and Reid make a pact to help each other with their crushes and record their progress in a notebook. When said notebook disappears, all the usual hijinks follow.

Lies I Told, by Michelle Zink (April 7) — Teen heist thriller! Grace Fontaine, adopted into a family of high-end thieves, is a pro. But she’s about to learn one lesson the hard way: never fall for your mark.

Miles from Nowhere, by Amy Clipston (April 7) — It’s the summer before Chelsea goes off to college, and her new friends at her summer job encourage her to live it up and party hard. But when her wild life leads to serious consequences, Chelsea isn’t sure she likes who she’s becoming.

Miss Mayhem (Rebel Belle), by Rachel Hawkins (April 7) — Harper Price is the Paladin bodyguard of the Oracle, aka her boyfriend David. Her ancient enemies, the Ephors, declare that she must endure three trials in order to remain David’s protector, and Buffy-esque sass ensues.

Ms. Marvel Volume 2: Generation Why, by G. Willow Wilson (April 7) — In Volume 2 of this fascinating new Ms. Marvel reboot, Pakistani-American teen and reluctant superheroine Kamala Khan learns more about her “embiggening” powers and how to defend her hometown. But can she protect herself from her new enemies? Volume 1 appeared in our Top YA Fiction of 2014 list.

None of the Above, by I.W. Gregorio (April 7) — Homecoming queen Kristin Lattimer seems to have the perfect life, until a doctor visit reveals that she’s actually intersex. When her secret is revealed to the whole school, Kristin questions her whole identity and what she knows about herself.

Palace of Lies (The Palace Chronicles Book 3), by Margaret Peterson Haddix (April 7) — Desmia and her 12 sister-princesses are finally co-ruling Suala, but she can’t help being suspicious that something is wrong. When disaster strikes, Desmia must rely on herself to ensure the fate of two kingdoms.

Simon vs. the Homo Sapiens Agenda, by Becky Albertalli (April 7) — Sixteen-year-old Simon is in the closet and happy to stay there, until an unfortunate email mishap forces his hand. A coming-out, coming-of-age romance.

The Truth about Us, by Janet Gurtler (April 7) — Party girl Jess is forced to volunteer for a summer at a soup kitchen after her wild ways lead to trouble. To her surprise, she finds real friends who understand what she’s going through, and even romance.

When You Leave, by Monica Ropal (April 7) — Cass struggles to fit in at a ritzy private school when her mom remarries. When her new love interest, Cooper, is killed, one of Cass’ friends from the wrong side of the tracks is accused of murder, and she finds her loyalties divided.

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