What would you do if your little daughter went missing? Would you never stop looking or would you accept that she is gone? For Mack, he never stopped looking, and his daughter's disappearance haunted him, greatly affecting his relationship with God.
When Mack gets a mysterious letter from God to meet at the shack where his daughter was killed, his faith is brought back to light. After spending a weekend with the holy trinity, Mack renews his faith in God, but he still struggles with forgiving the man who is responsible for this daughter’s death and finally letting go of his pain.
Ghosts, Sorcerers, and Witches are abundant in this thrilling new YA novel.
Meridy has dark eyes, a sign of witchery. Her family made her an outcast, forcing her to find new friends. The new friends - ghosts - taught her histories and stories, and through those years, she gained invaluable knowledge.
Soon enough, she finds herself wrapped in a plot of good against evil. Will she be able to hold back the sorcery determined to rule the world with only her meager ability? Meridy must protect herself and her friends, or the world as they know it will fall.
Be warned - this book will make you cry.
Remie is a nineteen-year-old getting ready to leave for college. She has a car, money, a job, everything planned out. Remie grew up with no father and a mother who seemed to marry a new man every year. Consequently, Remie no longer believes in love. Her father was a musician, so Remie has a golden rule about dating: no musicians. For the new musician in town, Dexter, Remie is a challenge, and he likes challenges.
Remie and Dexter find themselves in a relationship of cat and mouse that never seems to end with them on the same page. Will Dexter and Remie find their tune and make the perfect lullaby?
Orwell's masterly crafted dystopian novel, 1984, is a warning about losing your independence and the danger of a powerful government.
Winston lives in the oppressive country of Oceania. He has always been an independent thinker and hates the Party (the central government). Telescreens are on every corner, and the Thought Police roam silently in the streets. There is no safety; not in your home, not at work, and certainly not in public. There are but two emotions to feel: hate toward enemies, and love for Big Brother.
When Winston first meets Julia at work, he expects her to be a member of the Thought Police that will condemn him to death. Soon, he finds out that she loves him and takes the dangerous plunge into a relationship with her. For her, the love is for pleasure. But for Winston, it is defiance against Big Brother. He knows they will eventually be found out. The question is, when?
A thought provoking novel about the importance of language and expression, and a warning against absolute political authority, 1984 will make you think about what could cause this kind of world.
Rhee can't seem to get her life going in the direction she wants it to. After most of the empirical royal family is murdered, Rhee Ta'an is left on her own without family and without the knowledge of what to do next. But, just because she is a teenager does not mean that she can't avenge her family. What lengths will she go to in order to find out who murdered her family, and what will she do to claim her birthright as Empress?
Aly is an outcast. He is from a deserted and destroyed outer region planet system that has been at war with the Ta'an empirical family. When he is blamed for the surviving heir's death, Aly flees for safety with his trusty rusty robot and a new friend that he meets on the way.
Be prepared to cry during this book. The main character, Alex, is optimistic about his life and what he wants to do. He wants to build a rocket. However, taking care of his mother is eating up large amounts of his time. He feeds her, he cleans for her, and he works for her.
But when Alex decides to go to a rocket convention, he leaves his mom alone, and finds some unexpected friends along the way. He laughs, he talks to his iPod aliens, and he experiences the world. Alex finds new friends and new adventures, but most of all, he finds the true meaning of family.
Oh. My. Gosh. Finally, the third installment of Victoria Aveyard's hit series has arrived!
Aveyard's wonderful characters have returned with full force. Mare begins as a prisoner, but where will she end up?
Aveyard is a master at writing and has shown us once again her talent in King’s Cage. The Red Queen series is wonderful, and I recommend it for anyone.
If you ever wondered what a post-apocalyptic France and Great Britain would look like, this is the book for you. In the novel, governments have officially banned technology - their reason being that technology is corruptive. Their people are oppressed and executed left and right. But who will save them? The Red Rook, that's who.
Full of conspiracy, rebellion, action, and romance, the show-stopping Rook is guaranteed to make your day.
Magic, revolution, and love... make for a wonderful story! This book is the love child of The Hunger Games and Divergent. If you love dystopian novels, you will adore this!
Gilded Cage is told from multiple points of view and they all intertwine. The characters are amazing and the world the author has weaved is astounding!