Here are titles of some new books you should take a look at:
Kim Harrison, Early to Death, Early to Rise: Madison is 17, dead, and in charge of heaven's dark angels.
Suzanne Weyn, Empty: What will happen when we run out of oil?
Gloria Whelan, See What I See: Kate begins art school, but has to get to know her famous and reclusive artist father when she moves in with him.
Eileen Cook, The Education of Hailey Kendrick: Perfect student Hailey risks everything to break a very big rule in a very public way...
Wendy Delsol, Stork: A paranormal tale mixed with folklore has 16-year-old Katla moving from LA to "mysterious Minnesota?"
Laura McNeal, Dark Water: A National Book Award Finalist about the California wildfires and Pearl's friendship and forbidden romance.
Judy Blundell, Strings Attached: Kit Corrigan flees to NYC in 1950 and becomes trapped in a web of love, deceit, intrigue, and murder. (Can't wait to read this one! Loved her last one, National Book Award Winner What I Saw and How I Lied.)
Kami Garcia & Margaret Stohl, Beautiful Darkness: Enter the secret world of Gatlin, first written about in Beautiful Creatures.
Phillip Reeve, Fever Crumb: Great reviews for this new steampunk novel. Might be a good choice for our teen book club??
Patrick Ness, Monsters of Men: Book Three of Chaos Walking series (enough said!)
Denise Jaden, Losing Faith: Brie tries to cope with her older sister's sudden death by learning more about her life.
Elizabeth Chandler, The Back Door of Midnight: Are Anna's family's supernatural gifts real or are they just crazy?
Margie Gelbwasser, Inconvenient: Fifteen-year-old Alyssa tries to cope with her mother's increasingly out-of-control alcoholism by covering for her and pretending things are normal.
April Lindner, Jane: A modern take on the classic Jane Eyre in which Jane works for a rock star! (This is on my list!)
Orson Scott Card, Pathfinder: By the author of Ender's Game, a new science fiction/time travel thriller.
Walter Dean Myers & Ross Workman, Kick: Kevin is 13-years-old and a star striker for his New Jersey soccer team -- what is he doing on his way to juvenile hall?
Sophie Littlefield, Banished: this thriller takes you from small-town Missouri to the big city as Hailey battles an evil greater than she ever imagined.
Anne-Laure Bondoux, A Time of Miracles: A heartbreaking tale of exile, sacrifice, hope, and survival across war-torn Europe.
Let us know if you read any of these and what you think!