Neena and Josie have been best friends all through high school. But the summer after graduation is coming to an end, and soon, Neena will be leaving Josie behind to attend college in LA. As a last hurrah, the girls decide to go hiking and camping in the woods for three days. But the further they go into the woods, the higher the tension . . .
Lynette is a real life "final girl." For years she has attended a support group with women like her, others who have survived their own massacres years prior. Each of them has coped with the trauma in their own ways. Heather turned to drugs, Adrienne to self-help. Lynette became paranoid. She learned as much self-defense as . . .
Jake is one of the only black kids at his high school. Also, he can see the dead. Like, all the time. Most of them don't bother him intentionally -- they're just stuck in their death loops, reliving their deaths over and over. But then a ghost named Sawyer starts haunting Jake. Sawyer shot and killed kids at his school before killing himself a year ago, and . . .
"Anthropocene is a proposed term for the current geologic age, in which humans have profoundly reshaped the planet and its biodiversity." The Anthropocene Reviewed is exactly that -- John Green reviewing and rating various aspects of the Anthropocene. But Green's reviews don't sound like a Yelp! or Google review of your . . .
After battling a new wave of magic-obsessed vampires in America, Simon, Baz, Penny, and Agatha return home face their fears, futures, and new threats. Simon has decided to leave magic and the World of Mages behind for good – but does that mean leaving his friends and boyfriend behind, too? Baz has quite a few emergencies to . . .
Morgan is a track star at her private Catholic school but is forced to transfer during her senior year when her identity is called into question. Apparently, being queer goes against the school’s code of conduct. At her new public school, Morgan is out and proud and loud about it – no one’s going to force her back into the closet ever again. But when she . . .
Joe is done with big cities. After leaving New York to move to L.A., he’s finally settling down off the coast of Washington on a small, quiet island. He buys a house on the beach and spends his time volunteering three days a week at the local library. That’s where he meets her: Mary Kay DiMarco. She’s a librarian and she is his . . .
Stevie has just solved the infamous cold case at her high school from 1936, along with a few other murders that happened around her during the investigation. Now she’s back home working a crappy summer job and missing her friends. So when she gets an email from someone who wants to make a podcast about the Box in the Woods murders . . .
Who is Nora O’Malley? Is that even her real name? She’s been playing pretend for so long – almost her whole life – she’s not really sure who she is. The daughter of a con artist, she was forced to play along with her mother’s games – until she finally escaped. Five years later and she’s trying to be normal. She’s Nora. She goes to school and . . .
Prince Tal, the fourth child of five to the Queen of Harth, is setting out on his coming-of-age tour. He’s spent almost his entire life hidden away because of his secret: Tal has magic, and if the kingdom knew, it could start a war. Tal’s tour quickly turns interesting when they come across a burning ship, abandoned save for a chest of gold and a prisoner named . . .