Todd wakes to find his worst nightmare: Viola is gone, and he himself is at the mercy of Mayor (It's President, now, Todd) Prentiss. Mayor Prentiss has learned exactly how to control Todd: he uses Viola against him, and Todd has no choice but to let him. As Todd begins to succumb to the Mayor's new way of life, Viola is learning her own . . .
Two children, Flora and Miles, reside at Bly Manor, and are in need of a new governess after the last one passed away. The new governess, our unnamed narrator, soon becomes unnerved at Bly, as she is convinced the two young children are being haunted. She begins to see the ghosts of two former employees: the former governess, and a . . .
For over 20 years, Hill House has been uninhabited---by humans, that is. The house is widely known as being uninviting, and Dr. Montague, being the scholar that he is, is determined to find evidence of a haunting. Along with Luke, the future heir of Hill House, Dr. Montague invites two women to stay in the house and . . .
How many of us, when we were young, had no idea who we truly were? All of us, of course. It takes growing, learning, and lots of time to recognize ourselves---our values, beliefs, unique qualities, and talents. And as the introduction to J.O.Y. Journal states, "When we become aware of these gifts, we can easily find . . .
Is it possible to fit a lifetime into a day? For Natasha and Daniel, it has to be. Today is Natasha's last day in America. Her family are undocumented immigrants, and after being found out they are being deported that night. Instead of packing all day, she heads into the city to fight for her right to stay. For Daniel, this day could also alter his . . .
In a strange, unexplainable event, forty-seven children are born at the exact same time, all across the world, birthed by women who had previously shown no signs of pregnancy. A rich inventor named Reginald Hargreeves finds seven of these children and adopts them as his own "to save the world." From what? The . . .
Willem and Allyson had one magical day in Paris together in Just One Day before being losing each other for a long, tumultuous year. In that year, both characters find themselves before they can find each other. Allyson's journey continues in the first book, while Willem's story is told in Just One Year. Now, in Just One Night, we get the . . .
Joe Goldberg is alone again, and desperate to find true love. He messed up with Beck. He chose wrong. He knows that now. There's nothing left for him in New York, and after yet another betrayal Joe finds himself in Los Angeles, the city of second chances. In LA, Joe is determined to put his past behind him. But even as he finds . . .
After spending an unforgettable single day in Paris together, Willem and Allyson lose each other for one year. In Just One Day, we spend that year with Allyson; now, we get to see what happens to Willem over the course of that same year. From waking up in the hospital that morning in Paris, back to Holland, all the way to India and . . .
Everyone knows about Pine Cottage and the horrors that occurred there over ten years ago. But Quincy Carpenter is the only person alive who was actually there. She is the sole survivor of the Pine Cottage Murders---a final girl, as the media calls her, along with Lisa and Sam, two other sole survivors of their own tragedies. Quincy has tried to . . .