New YA: February 22-28.

New hardbacks:

Kalahari, by Jessica Khoury

When My Heart Was Wicked, by Tricia Stirling

Vendetta, by Catherine Doyle

Breakout, by Kevin Emerson

Remember, by Eileen Cook

The Cipher, by John C. Ford

Dreamfire: A novel, by Kit Alloway

Feral Pride (Feral Nights), by Cynthia Leitich Smith

The Sin Eater's Daughter, by Melinda Salisbury

Salt & Stone, by Victoria Scott

A Wicked Thing, by Rhiannon Thomas

Unleashed (Uninvited), by Sophie Jordan

Zom-B Bride, by Darren Shan

The Third Twin, by CJ Omololu

Unlikely Warrior: A Jewish Soldier in Hitler's Army, by Georg Rauch

Dove Arising (Dove Chronicles), by Karen Bao

Stone in the Sky (Tin Star), by Cecil Castellucci

No Parking at the End Times, by Bryan Bliss

All That Glitters (Geek Girl), by Holly Smale

New paperbacks:

The Morgue and Me, by John C. Ford:

Big thumbs up here—it's a strong mystery (minus one plot point that felt really, really wrong) that feels both classic and contemporary. It was suspenseful and twisty and funny with strong secondary characters and just good all around.

Code Name Verity, by Elizabeth Wein:

Trust me? Add this to your list. Don’t trust me? Add it to your list anyway. Fan of historical fiction? Espionage? World War II stories? Add it, add it, add it. Even if your tastes don’t usually tend in that direction, you need to pick it up anyway. It will make you dissolve into a puddle, and then, once you’ve recovered, you’ll immediately read it all over again. That’s what I did.


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