New January Teen Fiction

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

Relativity by Cristin Bishara

relativityIf Ruby Wright could have her way, her dad would never have met and married her stepmother Willow, her best friend George would be more than a friend, and her mom would still be alive. Ruby knows wishes can’t come true; some things just can’t be undone. Then she discovers a tree in the middle of an Ohio cornfield with a wormhole to eight alternative realities. Suddenly, Ruby can access completely different realities, each containing variations of her life–if things had gone differently at key moments. The windshield wiper missing her mother’s throat…her big brother surviving his ill-fated birth…her Father never having met Willow. Her ideal world–one with everything and everyone she wants most–could be within reach. But is there such a thing as a perfect world? What is Ruby willing to give up to find out?

 

Entangled by Amy Rose Capetta

EngangledAlone was the note Cade knew best. It was the root of all her chords. Seventeen-year-old Cade is a fierce survivor, solo in the universe with her cherry-red guitar. Or so she thought. Her world shakes apart when a hologram named Mr. Niven tells her she was created in a lab in the year 3112, then entangled at a subatomic level with a boy named Xan. nbsp;nbsp;nbsp;Cade’s quest to locate Xan joins her with an array of outlaws–her first friends–on a galaxy-spanning adventure. And once Cade discovers the wild joy of real connection, there’s no turning back.

Independent Study by Joelle Charbonneau

studyIn the series debut The Testing , sixteen-year-old Cia Vale was chosen by the United Commonwealth government as one of the best and brightest graduates of all the colonies . . . a promising leader in the effort to revitalize postwar civilization. In Independent Study , Cia is a freshman at the University in Tosu City with her hometown sweetheart, Tomas–and though the government has tried to erase her memory of the brutal horrors of The Testing, Cia remembers. Her attempts to expose the ugly truth behind the government’s murderous programs put her–and her loved ones–in a world of danger. But the future of the Commonwealth depends on her.

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