Check out these new titles in the Teen Corner at the Moline Public Library. Click on the title to go to the catalog to find the book or place a hold.
Afterimage by Naomi Hughes
After a horrific explosion levels part of the city, Camryn is the sole survivor. Amidst controversy, conspiracy theories, and threats from government officials, Camryn longs for the truth. But the only person who she can turn to is a transparent boy in a lab coat named Quint. Unsure whether he’s a hallucination or a ghost, Camryn has no choice but to trust him as they become embroiled in a plot that is bigger than either of them realize.
A Winter’s Promise by Christelle Dabos (The Mirror Visitor, Book One)
Long ago, The Rupture shattered the world into many floating celestial islands. Known now as Arks, each possesses a unique relationship to time. And over all of the Arks the spirit of an omnipotent ancestor abides. Ophelia has an ability to read the past of objects and to travel through mirrors. Forced to follow her fiancé to the Pole, Ophelia soon learns she has become a pawn in a political game with deadly consequences.
Watch You Burn by Amanda Searcy
Jenny doesn’t want to move to the creepy, possibly haunted town with her dad. But the cops are on to her, and she needs to get as far away from her hometown as possible and stay out of trouble. But Jenny still gets the itch to light a match and then watch it burn, something she’s had since an accident years ago. And now someone is watching her.
Kens by Raziel Reid
The Kens (Hilton, Roberts, and Carson) are the undisputed Queens of the school. Tommy knows he’ll never be like these shimmering images of perfection that glide through the halls. Then he gets a chance to join the Kens, just as he takes an interest in the handsome new boy, Blaine. When they decide together to overthrow the Kens, their plan takes a shocking turn.
Strange Grace by Tessa Gratton
Every seven years, the people of Three Graces send a sacrifice to the woods. The death of their “best boy” ensures seven years free from disease, blight, and pain. But this year, the Slaughter Moon has risen early, and three, not one, will run into the forest as a sacrifice.