Reviews - Young Adult / New Adult

Soul Catchers
Carrie
Pulkinen

Wren Lewis wants to be normal. Having magic or Sense is illegal. Unfortunately for Wren, she not only has a strong Sense, but attracts the one thing everyone fears more, a wolf. To kill a wolf is to become the wolf, and when Wren kills the one attacking her mother, she is forced on the run. Wren expects the wolf will soon consumer her, but Liam Stevens has other plans.

Between Silk and Sand
Marissa
Doyle

FANTASY:  Seventeen-year-old Saraid, princess of Thekla, is set to marry the ruler of the far off but strategically important land, although she has yet to meet him. On her journey to her wedding,  however, Saraid’s company is hijacked and the princess kidnapped.

A Reflection of Ice
Katherine
McIntyre

Teen-age Lyra has a tumultuous relationship with her stepmother. After discovering the woman’s affair while her dad is out of town, Lyra escapes to the woods to avoid her stepmother’s dangerous anger. A cryptic musical sound lures her deep into the woods, to a castle made of ice with a winsome, lonely man who welcomes her warmly.

Wired
Caytlyn
Booke

In advanced societies, humans create marvelous things, but even the most exciting technological advance can have drawbacks. When Maggie Stone begrudgingly agrees to try out the new Vertix H2, an innovated bit of technology that allows its user to interact and control virtual social media, the internet, and every app in a more realistic way, she quickly becomes a fan that cannot get enough.

Ghost Engine
Theresa
Fuller

Berd dreams of being the first programmer, but Charles has her beat with his inventing the Ghost Engine.

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