Bloodrose

Bloodrose
 Bloodrose
By Andrea Cremer
January 3, 2012
Ages 14 and up
Philomel
Reviewed: Hardcover/Self-purchase

Calla has always welcomed war.

But now that the final battle is upon her, there’s more at stake than fighting. There’s saving Ren, even if it

Blurred

Blurred
 Blurred
By Tara Fuller
July 2, 2013
Ages 14 and up
Entangled Teen
Reviewed: ebook/ARC from Publisher

Cash is haunted by things. Hungry, hollow things. They only leave him alone when Anaya, Heaven’s beautiful reaper, is around. Cash has always

Boundless

Boundless
 Boundless
By Cynthia Hand
January 22, 2013
Ages 13 and up
HarperTeen
Reviewed: ARC from Publisher

The past few years have held more surprises than part-angel Clara Gardner could ever have anticipated. Yet from the dizzying highs of first love,

Breaking Point

Breaking Point
 Breaking Point
By Kristen Simmons
February 12, 2013
Ages 13 and up
Tor Teen

The second installment in Kristen Simmons’s fast-paced, gripping YA dystopian series.

After faking their deaths to escape from prison, Ember Miller and Chase Jennings have only

Breathless

Breathless
 Breathless
By Cole Gibsen
Published March 21, 2012
Crescent Moon Press
Paperback

Obituary-reading emo girl Edith Small is broken – the end result of forcing herself inside a mold that doesn’t fit. All she wants is to conform to her

Burn For Burn

Burn For Burn
 Burn For Burn
By Jenny Han and Siobhan Vivian
September 18, 2012
Ages 14 and up
Simon Audio / Simon & Schuster
Reviewed: ARC & Audiobook

BIG GIRLS DON’T CRY…
THEY GET EVEN.

Postcard-perfect Jar Island is home to charming

Butter

Butter
 Butter
By Erin Jade Lange
September 4, 2012
Ages 14 and up
Bloomsbury
Reviewed: e-book/NetGalley

A lonely obese boy everyone calls “Butter” is about to make history. He is going to eat himself to death-live on the Internet-and everyone is

Hero by Alethea Kontis

Hero by Alethea Kontis
Hero
By Alethea Kontis
October 1, 2013
Ages 12 and up
Publisher: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt
Reviewed: ARC from Publisher

Rough and tumble Saturday Woodcutter thinks she’s the only one of her sisters without any magic—until the day she accidentally conjures