Read this Now: Librarian Reviews

Read This Now!

This is the section where we hard working teen librarians tell you what we liked and why you might like it. Check out what's new and what might be new to you.
 

One Great Series Ending and Another Just Beginning!

The final of the Snow Like Ashes trilogy has been released, Frost Like Night. Frost Like Night brings everthing and leaves nothing to question in this trilogy. It has been an exciting and sometimes unexpected journey. If you have not read this trilogy it is a must read! If you have and you are at the journey's end with me, I might have found a great new series for you to replace it with! A new release this month A Shadow Bright and Burning brings a new heroine, Henrietta Howl, who can burst into flames. She the first female sorcerer in ages and has been prophesized to defeat the ancients. This series has elements from several great series like Cassandra Clare, Robin LaFevers, and L. J. Smith.

Steampunk summer read - Mechanica

https://tccl.bibliocommons.com/item/show/3390556063_mechanica

Did you like Cinder? You can "Invent your own happily ever-after" with this read! 

 

An Ember in the Ashes

The debut novel about family, brothers, treason, romance and more!

Laia and Elias are headed in the same direction, although they are not aware of the fact.  Laia's brother has committed treason in the eyes of the establishment and now Laia must take charge of the situation.  The empire and the commandant rule the story, but friendship and slavery play an unusual part in the plot.  An up and down adventure through the desert with folklore mixed in for spice to temper the war that is raging in the ashes. 

Check out the author online  https://sabaatahir.com/

 

The Love That Split The World by Emily Henry

 Being widely hailed as The Time Traveler's Wife meets Friday Night Lights, Emily Henry's debut novel The Love That Split the World does not disappoint. Our protaganist, Natalie, is Native American by birth but adopted into a white family; and the balance of celebrating both her biological and adopted heritage is only a small part of the problems she's facing. The world flickers and shows her things that aren't there, including attractive, football-playing Beau Wilkes who disappears as quickly as he returns.

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