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March YA New Releases

March is going to be a great month for young adult fiction! We’ve ordered a wide variety of new releases due out this month. Three popular series, The Infernal Devices, The Jenna Fox Chronicles, and the Delirium trilogy, come to an end as their final installments are out. You’ll find paranormal romance, mystery and thrillers, contemporary fiction, and sci-fi among these. There’s something for everyone on the new shelf!

Poison by Bridget Zinn

poison book coverWhen sixteen-year-old Kyra, a potions master, tries to save her kingdom by murdering the princess, who is also her best friend, the poisoned dart misses its mark and Kyra becomes a fugitive, pursued by the King’s army and her ex-boyfriend Hal.

 

 

The Madness Underneath by Maureen Johnson

After her near-fatal run-in with the Jack the Ripper copycat, Rory Devereaux is back in London to help solve a new string of inexplicable deaths plaguing the city.

 

 

Infatuate by Aimee Agresti 

Haven Terra is still recovering from an internship that brought her literally to the brink of hell when a trip to New Orleans leads to more trouble. There, while taking part in a student volunteer program, Haven and her friends Dante and Lance run across an enclave of devils known as the Krewe.

 

 

Imposter by Jill Hathaway

High school junior Vee Bell realizes that someone knows about and shares her ability to slide into other people’s minds when she suddenly finds herself in strange and very dangerous situations but her sister Mattie, best friend Rollins, and an aunt she never knew provide insights.

 

 

Requiem by Lauren Oliver

While Lena navigates the increasingly dangerous Wilds, her best friend, Hana, lives a safe, loveless life in Portland.

 

 

 

Pretty Girl-13 by Liz Coley

Sixteen-year-old Angie finds herself in her neighborhood with no recollection of her abduction or the three years that have passed since, until alternate personalities start telling her their stories through letters and recordings.

 

 

 

Clockwork Princess by Cassandra Clare

If the only way to save the world was to destroy what you loved most, would you do it? The clock is ticking. Everyone must choose. Passion. Power. Secrets. Enchantment. Danger closes in around the Shadowhunters in the final installment of the bestselling Infernal Devices trilogy.

 

 

Fox Forever by Mary E. Pearson

Before he can start a life with Jenna, seventeen-year-old Locke, who was brought back to life in a newly bioengineered body after an accident destroyed his body 260 years ago, must do a favor for the resistance movement opposing the nightmarish medical technology.

 

 

Dr. Bird’s Advice for Sad Poets by Evan Roskos 

A sixteen-year-old boy wrestling with depression and anxiety tries to cope by writing poems, reciting Walt Whitman, hugging trees, and figuring out why his sister has been kicked out of the house.

 

 

 

Spellcaster by Claudia Grey

Descended from witches, high school senior Nadia can tell as soon as her family moves to Captive’s Sound that the town is under a dark and powerful spell. Then she meets Mateo, the teenage local whose cursed dreams predict the future, and they must worktogether to prevent an impending disaster that threatens the entire town.

 

 

Panic by Sharon Draper

As rehearsals begin for the ballet version of Peter Pan, the teenaged members of an Ohio dance troupe lose their focus when one of their own goes missing.

 

 

 

When We Wake by Sharon Healey

In 2027, sixteen-year-old Tegan is just like every other girl–playing the guitar, falling in love, and protesting the wrongs of the world with her friends. But then Tegan dies, waking up 100 years in the future as the unknowing first government guinea pig to be cryogenically frozen and successfully revived. Appalling secrets about her new world come to light, and Tegan must choose to either keep her head down or fight for a better future.

 

Put holds on these new releases today!

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