Books & Reading
The Heart of Betrayal by Mary E. Pearson
Held captive Princess Lia has little chance of escape and is forced to make choices that affect her country, her people, and her own destiny.
Blood Will Tell by April Henry
When a socially awkward kid who dreams of heroism and enjoys violent video games is wrongly accused of murder, Alexis and Ruby race to clear the boy’s name before it is too late.
Because You’ll Never Meet Me by Leah Thomas
Ollie, a boy who experiences seizures if he comes in contact with electricity, and Moritz, whose weak heart is powered by an electric pacemaker, forge an unlikely friendship through letters sent from their respective world regions.
Red Queen by Victoria Aveyard
When her latent supernatural powers manifest in front of a noble court, Mare, a thief in a world divided between commoners and superhumans, is forced to assume the role of lost princess before risking everything to help a growing rebellion.
Rook by Sharon Cameron
In the Sunken City that was once Paris the guillotine rules again, while Sophia from the Commonwealth across the Channel Sea tries to rescue as many of the revolution’s victims as she can smuggle out, and some prisoners disappear from their cells, with a red-tipped rook feather left in their place. Who is the mysterious Red Rook and where does Sophia’s wealthy fiancé, René fit in?