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 . . .
On a once-in-a-lifetime trip across Europe, Allyson feels entirely underwhelmed. A graduation present from her parents, the organized tour for teens is too…planned, and the only place Allyson actually wants to visit---beautiful Paris---winds up being skipped. But when she meets Willem, a travelling Dutch actor, her trip becomes . . .
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 . . .
Prince Sebastian is not as concerned as his parent's are with finding him a suitable lady to marry. He's more worried his parents (and all of Paris) will discover his secret: he likes to wear dresses. During a ball thrown by the King and Queen, Sebastian notices a remarkable dress that stands out from all the rest and demands to know who's created . . .
It all comes to this. Many have made it this far, but many have not. And it's up to a handful of teenagers to end this war once and for all. Aboard the Mao, Kady, Ezra, Hanna, and Nik are safe for the moment, but they know it's a fleeting one. With Jump Station Heimdall destroyed, their only chance of survival is . . .
A man called Ove just wants to die in peace. He's had a long life, one filled with equal parts happiness and sorrow, as most lives are. But when a boisterous, chatty family moves in next door to Ove, his daily consistencies are immediately interrupted. And it's not just Parvana and her family that won't leave Ove alone---suddenly . . .