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Check out these new titles in the Teen Corner at the Moline Public Library. Click on the title to go to the

Twisted by Hannah Jayne
Bex’s father disappeared after being questioned as a suspected serial killer. Even though the evidence was only circumstantial, she feels guilty and angry about being abandoned. She wants to start over in her new foster home, but when a body turns up in her new hometown she realizes her nightmare is only beginning.

Below by Jason Chabot (Broken Sky Chronicles, Book One)
Hokk and his fox sidekick, Nym, live in exile Below. Elia feels in a life of endless toil and drudgery as a laundress for the Mirrored Palace on the floating islands of Above. When a series of natural disasters shakes the Above, the two find themselves thrown together in a centuries-old battle for the very earth and sky around them.

This is Not the End by Jesse Jordan
James Salley is turning sixteen, and it’s not going well. The local bully creates new tortures for him daily, someone appears to be following him, and he’s just learned that he’s the Antichrist. With the school librarian pushing him to begin the Apocalypse, James must discover if it’s possible to be the hero of a story when you’ve already been cast as the villain.

100 Days by Nicole McInnes
Agnes, who has Progeria, has already exceeded her life expectancy. Moira, a big girl who wears goth makeup and all-black clothes, has always been her best friend and protector. Boone used to be friends with both girls, before he did the thing that turned them against him. Now they’re back together, and just when it looks like they could be friends again they find themselves facing their biggest challenge yet.

Vicarious by Paula Stokes
Winter and her sister Rose survived a Korean orphanage and being trafficked into the United States. Now they work as digital stunt girls, recording their neural impulses so other can relive their experiences. When Rose disappears and a recording of her murder surfaces, Winter is determined to discover the truth, even if it means revealing things about her sister she doesn’t want to believe.


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