I will catch up, I will, I WILL.
The Demon Catchers of Milan #2: The Halcyon Bird, by Kat Beyer:
As in the first book, Mia’s descriptions of Milan are atmospheric, her historical notes are fascinating, and her observations of the culture are thoughtful, fair-minded, and frank; the familial interactions are palpably warm and loving, which makes the demonic possessions all the more horrifying by comparison. The demons themselves, while still scary and somewhat mysterious, are more varied and multifaceted and full of personality than in the first book, and it’s a much quieter and more introspective book than many of the other urban paranormals I’ve read.
Slump (D-Bow High School Hoops), by Kevin Waltman
Ask Amy Green: Wedding Belles, by Sarah Webb
Stranger, by Sherwood Smith and Rachel Manija Brown
The Bane Chronicles, by Cassandra Clare and Sarah Rees Brennan
Autumn Falls, by Bella Thorne
Renegade: An Elemental Novel, by Antony John
Like Water on Stone, by Dana Walrath
Art Schooled, by Jamie Coe
In Real Life, by Lawrence Tabak
Stone Cove Island, by Suzanne Myers
The Name of the Blade, by Zoe Marriott
Double Exposure, by Bridget Birdsall