This week’s book trailer of the week is for The Adoration of Jenna Fox by Mary E. Pearson. Set in the near future, The Adoration of Jenna Fox tells the story of Jenna who, at 17-years-old, has just woken up from a coma that has left her devoid of any memories of or capabilities to be the girl she was before her accident. What follows is Jenna’s rediscovering of not only how to be a normal teen again, but what happened to her memories and why does everything just feel like it is not what it is supposed to be. Click here to find The Adoration of Jenna Fox in the Library!
This week’s book trailer of the week is for The Girl Who Never Was by Skylar Dorset. Selkie Stewart lives a seemingly normal life. Other than being raised by two eccentric aunts, her life is pretty average. However, when Selkie goes searching for the mother who abandoned her as a baby, she ends up finding out that she is anything but normal. In fact, the search for her mother turns her whole world upside-down, and suddenly she is fighting to survive in a new world where everything is not what it seems. Click here to find The Girl Who Never Was in the Library!
This week’s book trailer of the week is for Broken Hearts, Fences, and Other Things to Mend by Katie Finn. If you are not quite ready to give up on summer yet, then you should definitely pick up this novel. It’s about Gemma, who has recently been dumped by her boyfriend and is forced to live with her father this summer in the Hamptons. Most would love to spend a summer at the Hamptons, but not Gemma. Five years ago she made a bad decision that resulted in the breakup of her good friendship with Hallie. In order to make the best of the summer, Gemma gets a makeover and inadvertently takes on a different persona in the Hamptons. Will her former best friend recognize her? Can she be someone else this summer? Click here to find Broken Hearts, Fences, and Other Things to Mend in the Library and find out!
This week’s book trailer of the week is for The Family Romanov: Murder, Rebellion & the Fall of Imperial Russia by Candace Fleming. This work of nonfiction chronicles the downfall of the Romanov family, Russia’s last royal family. Fleming uses primary sources like photographs, letters, and diaries to tell the family’s story. It is one of drama and mystery. This book will also give you a look at the Russian Revolution and what led the peasants and working class of Russia to revolt. Click here to find The Family Romanov in the Library!
This week’s book trailer of the week is for The Blessed by Tonya Hurley. This novel centers on three different teenage girls. Each of these girls finds themselves in the same emergency room on the same night. Agnes is the kind of girl who tries to do everything right, but ends up feeling miserable, and tries to kill herself after her most recent breakup. Cecilia is a very talented musician, but she is heading down the wrong path and parties a little too hard. Then there’s Lucy. She is a famous socialite who has everything anyone could want, unfortunately, that comes with a price, and she is brought into the ER because of an accidental overdose. After each of these girls are treated and released from the ER, they are visited by an enigmatic stranger. What follows is a strange story that connects the three girls’ fates together as they mirror the saints they are named for. Sebastian holds the key, however, to the truth about why these girls’ lives mirror the saints’ lives. Click here to find The Blessed in the Library!
This week’s book trailer of the week is for Conversion by Katherine Howe. Conversion is part medical mystery and inspired by the Salem Witch Trials. Colleen is in her final semester at St. Joan’s High School, and when some of her fellow classmates begin to fall to a mysterious illness, Colleen researches the similarities between what is happening at her school and what happened back during the Salem Witch Trials. What Colleen discovers, however, may be more dangerous than her classmates cracking under the pressure of finals. Click here to find Conversion in the Library!
This week’s book trailer of the week is for Zac and Mia by A.J. Betts. If you are a fan of The Fault in Our Stars, then you will definitely want to check out Zac and Mia. This novel is about Zac who is recovering from a bone marrow transplant, due to his battle with Leukemia, in the pediatric oncology ward. While recovering, Mia moves into the room next door. She is battling osteosarcoma, and is angry. Zac and Mia soon bond, first via Facebook, and then in person as they battle their illnesses and find strength in each other. Click here to find Zac and Mia in the Library!
This week’s book trailer of the week is for Drowned by Nichola Reilly. Coe’s world is a desperate one that is ravaged by floods and man-eating monster fish. Once Coe knew a life where she happily played alongside the King’s Princess, but today she is banished to the lowest station in life and is missing a hand. Life my be changing for Coe, however, when she takes a chance and is chosen to be one of the Princess’s ladies in waiting. However, once she gets comfortable at the castle, Coe begins to uncover dangerous secrets. Click here to find Drowned in the Library!
This week’s book trailer of the week is for Au Revoir, Crazy European Chick by Joe Schreiber. Perry is your normal teenage guy, he is a little bit on the geeky side, but deals with the normal pressures that a high school senior deals with– choosing the right college, working at his dad’s work, and dealing with the pressure his parents put on him to achieve the best. However, there is one thing in Perry’s life that isn’t that normal, his family’s Lithuanian exchange student named Gobi. A majority of this novel takes place on one night, a night that will change Perry’s life forever, the night that Perry takes Gobi to the prom and learns that Gobi is actually a 24-year-old trained assassin who has commandeered Perry to be her driver for the night while she hunts down those she has been assigned to kill. Click here to find Au Revoir, Crazy European Chick in the Library!