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Cybernetic


Laura Riken
    Cybernetic is the first in a young adult dystopian series about a 16-year-old girl who lives in a walled-off city surrounded by bloodthirsty beasts, also threatened by rival armies of cybernetic soldiers who want to enslave all of humanity.

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Jessica Day George
    This book has been delayed indefinitely.

Prophecy of Oz


Megan Shan
    When she finds a trunk with some Ruby Red slippers she finds herself in an adventure that will give her life long friends and will break every thing that she has ever believed.

Cursed


Jessica Sorensen - 2017
    But at exactly midnight on the day she turns eighteen, she discovers nothing about her life is what it seems, and beneath her perfection resides a deadly darkness tied to a paranormal bloodline.Remi is now cursed with reaper powers and struggles daily not to steal souls. And it doesn't help that she's drawn to Cameron, a sexy, charming, yet dangerous Grim Reaper.Will she give into the evil? Or will she manage to find good in her curse?Volume 1 in the Cursed Superheroes, Grim's Series.

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Stephanie Perkins
    Fifth book by Stephanie Perkins (not YA horror story), as mentioned here:http://naturalartificial.blogspot.com...No official publication date at the moment

Every Memory


Abbi Glines
    The prologue was given to a blogger as a special "never released" book excerpt. There are no plans for this book to be completed anytime soon.

After the Fall


Kate Hart - 2017
    Raychel sneaks into Matt’s bed after nightmares, but nothing ever happens. He doesn’t even seem to realize she’s a girl, except when he decides she needs rescuing. But Raychel doesn't want to be his girl anyway. She just needs his support as she deals with the classmate who assaulted her, the constant threat of her family’s eviction, and the dream of college slipping quickly out of reach. Matt tries to help, but he doesn’t really get it… and he’d never understand why she’s fallen into a secret relationship with his brother. The friendships are a precarious balance, and when tragedy strikes, everything falls apart. Raychel has to decide which pieces she can pick up – and which ones are worth putting back together.

Twilight of the Gods


Sarah J. Maas
    Work-In-Progress; with no definitive publication date.

Under My Skin


Judith Graves - 2010
    Mauled pets, missing children. The Delacroix family is taking the blame, but Eryn knows the truth. Something stalks the night. Wade, the police chief's son and Redgrave High's resident hottie, warns her the Delacroix are dangerous. But then so is Eryn--in fact, she's lethal.But she can't help falling for one of the Delacroix boys, dark, brooding--human Alec. And then her world falls apart.A normal life? Now that's the real fairytale.

Everlasting


Angie Frazier - 2010
    But as a lady in 1855 San Francisco, her future is set: marry a man she doesn't love in order to preseve her social standing. On her last voyage before the wedding, Camille learns the mother she has always believed dead is in fact alive and in Australia. When their Sydney-bound ship goes down in a gale, and her father dies, Camille sets out to find her mother and a map in her possession - a map believed to lead to a stone that once belonged to a legendary civilization...

Time (Mirror Book 2)


Janessa Burt - 2015
     One – I would’ve tried shielding Miles from the ugliness of the mirror. Two – I would’ve listened to the warnings that despite the evil I’ve already met, worse was coming. Three – I would’ve recognized that while I was trying to keep everyone in the light, darkness crept into the hidden corners of myself I never knew existed. Four – I wouldn’t have so willingly trusted others just because they are family. Five – Most importantly, I would have shielded my heart before it turned black.

To Kill a Mockingbird: Harperperennial Modern Classics by Harper Lee | Recap and Analysis


Instarecap - 2015
    Told through the eyes of the feisty Scout Finch, the story was set in the Southern United States in the 1930’s where racism was as common as a cold. The novel is packed with admirable and memorable characters. This novel remained the only book Harper Lee published for more than five decades but proved its value to American literature by becoming a favorite classic and making Lee one of America’s beloved authors. This is also one of the top choices of many teachers for studying societal issues. This Pulitzer-winning novel is a must-read. Read more.... Download your copy today! for a limited time discount of only $2.99! Available on PC, Mac, smart phone, tablet or Kindle device. © 2015 All Rights Reserved by Unlimited Press Works

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C.J. Roberts
    He believed in order. He believed in control over oneself. He believed that if one lived their life according to these two principles, anything could be achieved.

Cut to the Twisp: The Lost Parts of Youth in Revolt and Other Stories


C.D. Payne - 2001
    editions of "Youth in Revolt." Each passage is keyed to the page from which it was deleted for ease in reading. Now you can discover what happening to Lefty in Book II. Did Millie Filbert try to seduce Nick? Who ratted on Nick to the police to collect the reward? And more--a must read for Nick Twisp fans! Also collected here are a dozen short humor pieces by C.D. Payne.

Diverse Energies


Tobias S. BuckellEllen Oh - 2012
    No one can doubt that cooperation in the pursuit of knowledge must lead to freedom of the mind and freedom of the soul.”—President John F. Kennedy, from a speech at University of California, March 23, 1962In a world gone wrong, heroes and villains are not always easy to distinguish and every individual has the ability to contribute something powerful.In this stunning collection of original and rediscovered stories of tragedy and hope, the stars are a diverse group of students, street kids, good girls, kidnappers, and child laborers pitted against their environments, their governments, differing cultures, and sometimes one another as they seek answers in their dystopian worlds. Take a journey through time from a nuclear nightmare of the past to society’s far future beyond Earth with these eleven stories by masters of speculative fiction. Includes stories by Paolo Bacigalupi, Ursula K. Le Guin, Malinda Lo, Cindy Pon, Daniel H. Wilson, and more.