Being born in space, Romy has never known anyone other than her parents. They are on a spacecraft called Infinity, hurtling towards a planet in another star system referred to by NASA as "Earth 2," a seemingly habitable planet where Romy and her parents will begin a new civilization. But when Romy's parents suddenly . . .
Lara Jean didn't think she would actually fall in love with Peter Kavinsky, but she has---and after their Christmas party disaster, she's not sure if he's in it for real this time. And then there's John Ambrose Mcclaren, a childhood friend who somehow returns to her life. She recalls the last summer she saw him, a time when she . . .
When a beautiful woman wanders into the bookstore where Joe works, he is immediately obsessed with her. He must know her name. He Googles the name on her credit card, and he's in luck: only 1 Guinevere Beck shows up in NYC. Even better, Beck (as her friends call her) has a public Facebook page and a ridiculously active Twitter . . .
Warning: Spoilers ahead for Caraval. Scarlett had done it: she won Caraval, saved her sister, and effectively escaped her ruthless father. All that was left to do was celebrate the night away. But the next days brings more surprises: Legend will be holding another Caraval just days away in celebration of Elantine's Day. And this time . . .
Each year, a mysterious game called Caraval appears in a new location. After writing to Caraval Master Legend for years, Scarlett and her sister Donatella and finally invited to this year's game. Only this is the year Scarlett is to be married off to a stranger, courtesy of her abusive and powerful father. Though Scarlett wants to enjoy the magic of . . .
That morning, Theo Decker thought his biggest worry was being suspended from school. Another big worry---that his teacher had somehow discovered what Theo and his friend sometimes got into after school. What Theo did not worry about was the impromptu visit to the art museum, where an explosion killer Theo's mother and many . . .
It's no surprise when Holden Caulfield flunks out of yet another school. Instead of going straight home to inform his parents, Holden spends a few whirlwind days around New York City calling up old friends, drinking in bars (illegally, of course), and crashing in sleazy places. Rather than face his parents, he chooses loneliness and misery, and . . .
The Blackwoods have lived in the house upon the hill for generations. There used to be more Blackwoods, but now there's only three: Mary Katherine (who goes by Merricat), her sister Constance, and their Uncle Julian. The other Blackwoods were killed years ago by poison, a crime Constance was accused of and then acquitted. But the people in the . . .
Hetty and the other girls at Raxter School for Girls can barely remember their lives from before the Tox. For eighteen months they've lived alone on Raxter Island----starving, mutated, waiting for a cure that may never arrive. No one dares go out beyond the safety of the school, where the Tox has also transformed the wildlife and . . .
Vanessa is obsessed with her replacement---the beautiful, blonde bombshell her ex-husband is set to marry just months after their own divorce. Vanessa follows her replacement. She keeps tabs on her, all the while in a downward spiral in her own life. She's lost all her friends, all her family except her aunt, all her money---but she hasn't lost . . .