2) Glistronauts by Constantine Singer. A fall 2018 YA sci-fi(?) where a boy finds a letter, in his own handwriting, that predicts a number of tragic events. This spurs him to join other teens in a fight against a global conspiracy.
3) Sanctuary by Caryn Lix. This one's a summer 2018 YA sci-fi featuring a junior prison guard, criminal teens with superpowers, and an alien attack.
5) Slaughter Moon by Tessa Gratton. This is a 2018 dark YA fairy tale that takes place in a town where a teen boy is sacrificed every seven years to the Devil's Forest.
6) The Once and Future King by T.H. White. I've read Le Morte d'Arthur, which was a bit confusing, but also fascinating, as well as plenty of other, more modern King Arthur retellings. It's about time I read this one: the classic English novelization of King Arthur's story. Yay for old legends!
7) Ceremony by Leslie Marmon Silko. I don't actually know very much about this book, other than that it's a piece of classic literature by a Native American woman. A+, A+, always looking for books like that.
8) The Authentics by Abdi Nazemian. An August 2017 YA contemporary following a proud Iranian-American girl who is shocked by the revelation that she was actually adopted.
9) Ninth House by Leigh Bardugo. Something about Yale, something about a high school dropout/criminal, something secret societies something occult. Honestly, the only thing I need to know is that this upcoming book is by Leigh Bardugo. If you haven't read her Grisha or her Six of Crows series yet, go do that. She's fantastic.
10) How to Disappear by Sharon Huss Roat. This book is an August 2017 YA contemporary about a girl who Photoshops herself into multiple peoples' lives on social media in order to combat her loneliness.
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