New February Teen Fiction

Here is a small sample of the new teen books for the month of February.  You can browse the entire list by clicking here.

The Impossible Knife of Memory by Laurie Halse Anderson

knifeFor the past five years, Hayley Kincaid and her father, Andy, have been on the road, never staying long in one place as he struggles to escape the demons that have tortured him since his return from Iraq. Now they are back in the town where he grew up so Hayley can attend school. Perhaps, for the first time, Hayley can have a normal life, put aside her own painful memories, even have a relationship with Finn, the hot guy who obviously likes her but is hiding secrets of his own. Will being back home help Andy’s PTSD, or will his terrible memories drag him to the edge of hell, and drugs push him over?

 

 

The Tyrant’s Daughter by J.C. Carleson

tyrantFrom a former CIA officer comes the riveting account of a royal Middle Eastern family exiled to the American suburbs . When her father is killed in a coup, 15-year-old Laila flees from the war-torn middle east to a life of exile and anonymity in the U.S. Gradually she adjusts to a new school, new friends, and a new culture, but while Laila sees opportunity in her new life, her mother is focused on the past. She’s conspiring with CIA operatives and rebel factions to regain the throne their family lost. Laila can’t bear to stand still as an international crisis takes shape around her, but how can one girl stop a conflict that spans generations?

Fake ID by L.R. Giles

fakeidMy name isn’t really Nick Pearson. I shouldn’t tell you where I’m from. I shouldn’t tell you why my family moved to Stepton, Virginia. I shouldn’t tell you who I really am, or my hair, eye, and skin color. And I definitely shouldn’t tell you about my friend Eli Cruz and the major conspiracy Eli was about to uncover when he died–right after I moved to town. About how I had to choose between solving his murder with his hot sister, Reya, and “staying low-key” like the Program has taught me. About how moving to Stepton changed my life forever. But I’m going to.

 

Defy by Sara B. Larson

defyForced to disguise herself as a boy and serve in the king’s army, Alex uses her quick wit and fierce sword-fighting skills to earn a spot on the elite prince’s guard. But when a powerful sorcerer sneaks into the palace in the dead of night, even Alex, who is virtually unbeatable, can’t prevent him from abducting her, her fellow guard and friend Rylan, and Prince Damian, taking them through the treacherous wilds of the jungle and deep into enemy territory. The longer Alex is held captive with both Rylan and the prince, the more she realizes that she is not the only one who has been keeping dangerous secrets. And suddenly, after her own secret is revealed, Alex finds herself confronted with two men vying for her heart: the safe and steady Rylan, who has always cared for her, and the dark, intriguing Damian. With hidden foes lurking around every corner, is Alex strong enough to save herself and the kingdom she’s sworn to protect?

 

 

 

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2 Responses to New February Teen Fiction

  1. Audrey April 1, 2014 at 9:34 am #

    What’s Happening i’m new to this, I stumbled upon this I have found It absolutely useful and it has aided me out loads. I hope to contribute & help other users like its helped me. Great job.

    • Kathleen Kozlowski April 7, 2014 at 10:01 am #

      Hi Audrey!

      Thanks so much for the comment. I usually post the new teen lists for both fiction and audio at the end of the month. I’m glad it helped you out.

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