Teen & Young Adult

February 19, 2018

Djinn

"Djinn" by Sang Kromah

| Facebook | Instagram | Twitter | GoodReads | Some believe that at birth, we’re each born with a guardian attached to us, watching from afar, but never seen. Truth is, there are certain people, special people, born of this world and of the other, who need that extra protection. They go their entire lives, unaware of the other world, and unaware of the existence of their own personal watcher, watching from afar. But what happens when fate takes a turn for the worse, and The One who needs the aid of a watcher most can’t be found to be protected? Bijou Fitzroy is strange. With the unwanted gift of being an empath, she has spent her entire life as a sheltered recluse, homeschooled by her secretive and overprotective grandmother, who never allows them to stay in one place long enough for Bijou to settle and make friends. When Bijou and her grandmother move to Sykesville and she starts to attend the local high school, Bijou’s world begins to crumble. Town locals begin to disappear and the creatures from her nightmares begin to take shape in her reality. She finds herself at the center of a war she never knew was being fought all around her.

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November 20, 2017

Satan’s Prophet

"Satan’s Prophet" by  KBang

| Facebook | Website | Instagram | A teenage Delaware native, "Cam", is faced with a tragedy that forces him to fend for himself. He ends up doing a juvenile bid and comes home an adult, ready to turn up! He gets his crew together and works toward ruthlessly building his legacy, and he shows through his actions that no one is exempt from feeling his wrath. His vision is large, and he accomplishes great things. However, the bigger you are, the harder you fall, and it's always the ones who are closest to you that contribute to your misfortunes. There is a rat in his circle, and finding that rat is the determining factor of his fate!

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November 10, 2017

Sadie’s War

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"Sadie's War" by Jayelle Cochran

A blind traumatized teen learns of love and becomes the catalyst for a revolution! Abandoned by her parents to live on the streets, Sadie never knew kindness without first paying a terrifying price. The lessons from her childhood fuel a paranoia that makes it impossible to trust anyone, or accept their help. That all changes when she meets Fester, a young man with his own painful past. After he saves her from freezing to death, Sadie realizes that she must learn to trust another if she wants to live; a feat easier said than done.  Meanwhile a war is brewing. For decades the supernaturals have been plotting their revolt against a tyrannical government that exploits them. After using her own supernatural power against an attacker, Sadie and her friends soon find themselves in the government's cross-hairs. To survive, they are forced to team up with a criminal who has plans for Sadie and wishes to ignite the war. Will Sadie ever be able to find a way to save herself and those she has come to care for, or will this war destroy more than the government's hold on her kind?

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November 9, 2017

Girl Vs

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"Girl Vs" by Xela Culletto

| FaceBook | GoodReads |  Before the Vela invasion, Rhyan's biggest concern was getting through a day of school. But when she is thrust into the madness of a kill-or-be-killed world, her true strength emerges and a deadly warrior is unleashed. Stumbling through the new morals of a post-apocalyptic world, she learns to depend only on herself. As she gets closer to discovering what the aliens actually want, her lethality becomes unmatched, and she soon learns the extents she'll have to go in order to survive.

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Reviews: "Even better than her last one!" Girl Vs. is a fun ride on the apocalypse train. It's a bit dark, but the characters are rich and vibrant. ~ Benreece "Loved it" I find this book to be extremely engaging right from the start and is very character driven. You are prepared in order to take the journey alongside the characters like you are experiencing their lives with them. I find this is down to the passion in which this author writes. Science fiction is generally a take it or leave it genre for me. I'm very picky about which books I read that include this. I found this novel to be one of those books that I can read that doesn't feel overly done. It concentrates more on the characters lives rather than the world around them which i love. Very highly recommendedAmanda