In this funny and heartfelt coming of age memoir, debut author Aaron Hartzler recalls his teenage journey to find the person he is without losing the family who loves him. It's a story about losing your faith, finding your place and learning your very own truth --- which is always stranger than fiction.
The Arclight is the last refuge in a post-apocalyptic world consumed by terrifying monsters called the Fade. No one crosses the wall of light that keeps the last human survivors safe, or so they thought, until Marina, a lone teenage girl with no memory of who she is, stumbles out of the Dark. When a Fade infiltrates the compound and recognizes Marina, she begins to unlock secrets of a forgotten past.
When a stranger named Acacia does the impossible and follows Joey back to BaseTown, things get complicated. No one knows who she is or where she's from --- or how she knows so much about InterWorld. There's also a traitor in the group of Freedom Fighters, and if Joey has any hope of saving InterWorld, the Altiverse and the mission, he may may to rely on the mysterious Acacia Jones.
Jinx is back for another charming adventure. The feisty tomboy (updated last year by Archie creators J. Torres, Rick Burchett, and Terry Austin) remains mostly true to her 1940s roots while being fearlessly updated for the 21st century.
Izzy is a hypochondriac with enormous boobs that won't stop growing, a mother with a rare disease who's hiding something, a best friend who appears to have undergone a personality transplant and a date with an out-of-her-league athlete. When she discovers that the people she trusts most are withholding from her the biggest secrets, things are about to get epic --- or is it epidemic?
Lucy just had the worst week ever. And suddenly, it's all too much --- she wants out. Out of her house, out of her head, out of her life. She wants to be a whole new Lucy. So she does something the old Lucy would never dream of. Now her life is completely different...every moment is a gift. Because now she might not have many moments left.
In Liz Coley's alarming and fascinating psychological mystery, 16-year-old Angie Chapman must piece together the story of her kidnapping and abuse. PRETTY GIRL-13 is a disturbing --- and ultimately empowering --- page-turner about accepting our whole selves and the healing power of courage, hope and love.
Tom Parking is the Chosen One, and he's swept off to his now kingdom from Earth. The kingdom totally sucks. When Tom turns down the job of Chosen One, he thinks he's making a smart decision. But when Tom discovers he's been replaced by his best friend Kyle, who's always been cooler, more athletic and better with girls, Tom wants Crap Kingdom back --- at any cost.
Nawra lives in Darfur, Sudan, in a camp for refugees displaced by the Janjaweed’s trail of murder and destruction. Nawra cannot read or write, but when a nonprofit organization pairs her with an American donor, Nawra dictates her thank-you letters. K. C. is an American teenager from Richmond, Virginia, who hates anything that smacks of school. But as Nawra pours grief and joy into her letters, she inspires K. C. to see beyond her own struggles.
When Imogen, a 16-year-old black belt in Tae Kwon Do, freezes during a holdup at a local diner, the gunman is shot and killed by the police, and she blames herself for his death. Now that her sense of self has been challenged, she must rebuild her life, a process that includes redefining her relationship with her family and navigating first love with the boy who was at the diner with her during the shoot-out.