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Thick as Thieves

Megan Whalen Turner (Greenwillow)

Set in the world of her Queen’s Thief novels, Turner’s standalone epic follows Kamet, a slave with ambitions. When his Mede master is poisoned, Kamet is hurtled into a perilous journey.


Always and Forever, Lara Jean

Jenny Han (Simon & Schuster)

Han’s romantic trilogy comes to a close as Lara Jean, now a high school senior, frets over her impending departure for college and what it will mean for her relationship with Peter.


Once and for All

Sarah Dessen (Viking)

In Dessen’s latest teen romance, cynical Louna finds an unexpected match while pitching in with her family’s wedding business over the summer.


A Court of Wings and Ruin

Sarah J. Maas (Bloomsbury)

The third entry in Maas’s bestselling Court of Thorns and Roses series finds huntress Feyre pulled back into the chaos and political unrest of the Spring Court. While trying to get to the bottom of Tamlin’s scheme, Feyre readies herself against an imminent invasion.


The Pearl Thief

Elizabeth Wein (Hyperion)

In this prequel to Code Name Verity, Lady Julia Beaufort-Stuart is looking forward to a lazy summer break at her grandfather’s Scottish estate, when a suspicious accident and a disappearance set her on the course for intrigue.


The Lines We Cross

Randa Abdel-Fattah (Scholastic Press)

Abdel-Fattah’s timely, issue-driven romance, first released in Australia, explores the subject of immigration through the budding relationship between Michael, the son of nationalist parents, and Mina, an Afghan refugee.


Flame in the Mist

Renée Ahdieh (Putnam)

Ahdieh’s fantasy series kicks off as 17-year-old Mariko, the daughter of a respected samurai, survives an assassination attempt and seeks revenge by infiltrating a notorious gang under the guise of a boy.


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