This book follows Brooke, a 16 year old Floridian who, throughout the book, becomes involved in various familial and friendship struggles. It begins with Brooke and her friends attempting to secretly help another friend see her boyfriend, whom her parents disapprove. This ends up backfiring and getting all of them into trouble, foreshadowing another similar event that will take place later in the book.
Lizard Radio begins as young Kivali is dropped off at a CropCamp by her caretaker Sheila, in order to shape her into a productive and helpful member of society, a betrayal by every definition. Now, Kivali must learn to live in a strange, conformist farming environment. She meets Ms. Mischetti, camp director, as well as Sully, Rasta, Nona, and other friends to help her along her journey of self-discovery and truth-seeking. This book follows Kivali’s thoughts throughout the exchanges and discoveries she makes about herself and the world around her.
This book begins right when the previous book, Feral Curse, ended, with Kayla spread across the media and what seems to be an impending war between werepeople and humans. The team (Clyde, Yoshi, Aimee, Kayla, and new ally Jess) flee from Kayla's hometown to be helped by old allies in their quest to do all they can to stop the impending war. Their situation is not helped when they discover that the governor of Texas was captured and taken away by a supernatural creature claiming to be representing all werepeople in his actions. This story includes a conclusion to the
Malcolm Little wants to get away from his home town of Lansing after his mother was taken away and he and his siblings were left to fend for themselves. He decides to go to Boston. He discovers a new world of women, drugs, hustling, stealing, liquor, and other things his parents would never have approved of. Malcolm changes his name, his dressing style, and most of his moral values. Later he discovers what he truly believes and what he will do with his life as he becomes Malcolm X.