Deformed and weak, Coe is constantly reminded that this is a world where dry land dwindles at every high tide, and she is not welcome. The only bright spot in her harsh life is the strong, capable Tiam. Sadly, love has been forgotten by her society. Only survival is known, but when the king falls ill, she is invited into the palace, a beautiful castle that she soon learns has many secrets. Coe must race to find the answers to save the people she cares about before their world and everything they know is lost to the tides of the ocean.
Mike, a normal student attending high school discovers the death of a fellow classmate. Robbie Ducharme, a nerdy kid in his math class, has been brutally kicked to death in the park. Riel, Mike’s foster parent, is worried that Mike had something to do with the death, but Mike keeps telling him that he was not the murderer. Nonetheless, Mike finds out that all the signs and clues point towards him. Mike feels afraid that someone might be setting him up for a crime he never committed.
The story of a red dragon is born in the land of Dragor. Born with large wings and the ability to change color, Yoshiko has been teased and laughed at for years. He is also the weakest of his kind, and yet he is strong at heart. One day, while he was flying, he just met a kind old dragon. In his cave, the old blue dragon just told Yoshiko about his ability, and how he can get rid of it. The old dragon just told Yoshiko that he will save his land from danger. In order to do that, Yoshiko will have to overcome trials that will make himself stronger.
In the aftermath of a dangerous trial, tension between the Virals are higher than ever. Life's just all jumbled up for Tory right now, ever since her fellow pack member Ben Blue confessed his feelings for her as the source of his betrayal, and then insistently causes problems with his constant use of the mysterious, wolf-like powers that all the Virals have had since tinkering an unknown virus that changed their lives-and possibly leaving them in mortal danger.
Everything is perfect in shifter Kayla’s life. Her dads the mayor of her small town named Pine Ridge in Texas and everyone loves her. Until Kayla shows her boyfriend Benjamin Bloom her form. Ben unleashes a spell on a very old carousel that leads to his death thinking it would turn Kayla into a human. Now the carousel figures are cursed and have been sold through out Texas. Yoshi, a were-cat, Clyde, a were possum-half lion, and Aimee, a human, now are helping Kayla reverse the curse. Now other were people have been pulled into the problem.
Jadyn’s mind moves like a kaleidoscope. Sometimes people think she has problems because of the way she thinks. When her mom dies, Jadyn is filled with a grief so strong that she doesn’t know if she can go on. Then one snowy day, her trouble-minded Aunt Nadine and her little brother Trenton disappear, and Jadyn begins to worry. Will she find Trenton and Aunt Nadine in time?
A young teenage boy named Alec Corbett, the complete opposite of his serious father, is stationed in living quarters at an ISS base. They both live there for the current moment. While he and his very-difficult-to-live-with father are at the top of the "food chain," there's more going on than they see. Down on the lower levels, a rebellion may be forming. Opposed to the President's and his father's choices about who lives where, the food and water supply, and everything thing else they make decisions about, Alec one day decides to go to a lower level.
Three Bird Summer is about a boy named Adam who is trying to find treasure with a girl named Alice. Every summer, Adam goes to his Grandma's rustic cabin on Three Bird Lake, but this year is different because all his cousins and relatives won't be there. And there's a new girl next door. After Adam gets to know the new girl, Alice, they become good friends. Suddenly, Adam's grandma starts leaving strange notes in his room. The notes are about someone named G. One day Adam was helping his Grandma with papers and he found a treasure map.
It's 2137, and a new Lord of Opium has come into power. Matt was once just a lowly clone, but after the events of The House of the Scorpion and the death of El Patron, he finds myself in a completely new and completely perilous situation. He has to gain the respect of all of El Patron's allies. He must protect the ecological biosphere in his land, and free the eejits from their zombielike trances. Not only that, but he must prevent the deaths of those he loves--including Maria. And above all, he must protect Opium, the largest land in the Dope Confederacy, without Tam Lin.