The Dead House by Dawn Kurtagich-
includes several different forms of media to tell the story. It’s pretty dark and psychological.
Marina by Carlos Ruiz Zafon
-come on, the man is a genius. Absolutely loved this story, dark, Gothic and scary
Fig by Sarah Elizabeth Schantz
-the story of a young girl doing everything in her power to bring her mother back from her psychotic break.
Mindwalker by AJ Steiger-
I loved the concept of being able to go inside memories and delete or change them.
The Secrets of Lake Road by Karen Katchur –
Small town, drowning of a child in the lake and it brings up a whole lot of town secrets from the past.
What I am looking forward to in 2016 Teen
Harmony House by Nic Sheff
“Harmony House is more than just a creepy old estate. It’s got a chilling past—and the more Jen discovers its secrets, the more the house awakens.”
Laila’s Flight by Laura Williams McCaffrey
“Sixteen-year-old Lyla lives in a bleak, controlling society where only the brightest and most favored students succeed. When she is caught buying cheats in an underground shadow market, she is tattooed-marked-as a criminal.”
The Keeper of the Mist by Rachel Neumeier
For fans of Shadow and Bone “Now the father she barely knew—the Lord of Nimmira—has died, and ancient magic has decreed that she will take his place as the new Lady.”
Lady Midnight by Cassandra Clare
“It’s been five years since the events of the Mortal Instruments…Emma has dedicated her life to to discovering exactly what it was that killed her parents and getting her revenge.”
Night Study by Maria V Snyder
Because she is on my Auto-buy list. I love her books
The House of Shattered Wings by Aliette de Bodard
There is never a dull moment in the story, and the world building was amazingly detailed and hauntingly post-apocalyptic.
Blue Labyrinth by Douglas Preston
For me, this was one of those books that truly deserves the line “I couldn’t put it down.” I haven’t found myself so immersed into a story since The Da Vinci Code. This is a very well written suspense thriller that I enjoyed immensely and can see why these authors are so popular. Deservedly so.
Mythmaker by Marianne de Pierres
I highly enjoyed Mythmaker, it kept me hooked and constantly surprised with the twists. In Peacemaker I was introduced to Virgin Jackson, now in Mythmaker I never wanted to let her go. What a fun ride.
Lie in Wait by Eric Rickstad
The author weaves several storylines together, what’s described as a “quiet” Vermont town is currently in uproar over a court case that is ongoing. Politics, ethics, equal rights, community and strong religious views all take part in the plot to find the killer.
Three Days in April by Edward Ashton
A techno-thriller set in the near future with a focus on mixing of cyborgs, natural humans and those that had alterations done