13 New Books Coming Out 2017

Sara-Lamar, Staff Writer

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1: We Are Okay by Nina LaCour

According to barnsandnoble.com, Marin, college freshmen, decides rather than going home, she’ll stay in her empty dorm room in New York. Then her friend, Mabel, comes to town to try to persuade her to come back to their home in San Francisco.Their friendship helps her through the spiral of emotions that came after her caretaker grandfather passed away.


  1. Freeks by Amanda Hocking

According to Amazon.com, after traveling for the longest time with Gideon Davorin’s Traveling Carnival, Mara desires a normal life. A life without people with special powers, without the ability to read minds and to see the future. When one of the Carnival’s sideshow sets the camp in the small town of Caudry, Mara gets her chance, when she meets a local boy named Gabe. Soon, Mara realizes that there’s dark presence hovering around the town that is a threat to her friends and the ones she cares for. She now has to race the clock to save her friends from this evil force.


  1. Goodbye Days by Jeff Zentner

Carver Briggs’s world is turned upside down, when one text while driving results in a car crash that kills his three best friends. Filled with guilt and fearing prison, Carver seems like he has no one on his side. When his friends’ families start asking for a time to share memories and say their goodbyes, he feels even more worried and alone.


4.What to Say Next by Julie Buxbaum

This book is about an unlikely friendship. Popular girl, Kit Lowell, decides after her father’s death to sit somewhere new at lunch with the socially awkward, David Drucker. David’s blunt, Kit asks a lot of questions, and together the two of them take on the emotional rollercoaster challenge of finding out the mysteries of her father’s car accident.


5.House of Furies by Madeleine Roux

Louisa Ditton is lucky to find work at Coldthistle House after escaping her deranged high school that specializes in punishment. She soon discovers that Coldthistle will not be an ordinary job. With bosses determined to serve out harsh punishment as they seem fit, Louisa finds solace in her one, charismatic friend, Lee. She’s determined to protect him from the evils within the household.


  1. Poison’s Kiss by Breeana Shields

Marinda has been a lethal assassin for as long as she can remember. She’s one of the best because of her ability to kill with one kiss. Never give a second thought to what she does, she takes life after life. Until, one day she is assigned to kill a boy who doesn’t deserve to die.


  1. A Good Idea by Cristina Moracho

Fin and Betty have been friends through it all. After Fin’s move out of their town, they started making plans for college. New York University is in their sights and they can’t wait to be roommates. The, Betty goes missing and all their plans are thrown out the window. When Betty’s ex-boyfriend confession of drowning her isn’t accepted, Fin is suspicious. Fin discovers the truth and heads back to her and Betty’s hometown to get revenge for her friend.


  1. The Hundred Lies of Lizzie Lovett by Chelsea Sedoti

Teenage misfit, Hawthorn Creely, throws herself into the middle of the missing persons investigation of Lizzie Lovett, who strangely disappeared while camping with her boyfriend. When she has a crazy theory about what happened to Lizzie, Hawthorn can’t help but interfere. She’ll do anything to prove it, even if that means making what once was Lizzie’s life, hers.  

  1. Carve the Mark by Veronica Roth

Everyone is born with a power that is meant to help the future. When two teens find their abilities leave them vulnerable to others’ control, they must decide whether to side with the empire and their corrupt leaders, or to help their own future.


  1. Lord of Shadows by Cassandra Clare

Emma Carstairs has avenged her parents. She thought she’d be at peace, but she is anything but calm. She’s torn between her attraction for her parabatai, Julian, and her desire to protect him from the harsh consequences of parabatai relationships. To make matters worse, she has begun dating his brother, Mark. This is the second installment of the Dark Artifices series.

  1. Camp So-and-So by Mary McCoy

Twenty-five girls receive a letter inviting them to a lakeside retreat in the Starveling Mountains that promises fun activities such as volleyball, rock-climbing, and Shakespeare beneath the stars. Even though at the time of the letters’ mailing, the camp does not exist.


  1. The Whole Thing Together by Ann Brashares

Sasha and Ray have both gone to the summer beach house since they were young. They’ve never met and only have two things in common, half-siblings and the beach house. Sasha’s dad was married to Ray’s mom and after a nasty divorce, custody of the beach house is up in the air.


  1. The Careful Undressing of Love by Corey Ann Haydu

For as long as anyone could remember, the girls on Devonairre Street have been cursed. Anyone they love will die all too soon. After the death of Jack, the boy everyone loves, terror fills the minds of the Devonairre. Now the curse consumes them.

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