Anya has never fit in. She's always picked on at school and doesn't have cool enough clothes to at least be respected.Life at home isn't very cheery, either. Her father is an alcoholic, and her sister is the biggest brat in the world. She only has one friend, Patrick, but that's all about to change. The newest member of the popular crowd, Maria, takes a liking to Anya and believes she can become popular as well. But things start to fall apart before they've even started.
In the early 1900's, a woman does not have the right to vote. She stays at home, cooks and cleans, and only has the value of entertaining her husband. A woman is no more than a pretty face early in history. So what will the men think of the first women motorcycle dispatch riders? To prove to America that women can do it, sisters Angeline and Adelaide Hanson attempt to ride their motorbikes coast-to-coast across the United States. But their ride for rights becomes more challenging than expected when they are arrested, assaulted, abducted, and end up lost in the desert.
Tiki Tinklemeyer SO didn't want to end up moving away from all of her friends; let alone spend a week at cheerleading camp. But trying to fit in and make a few decent friends before high school may not be her top priority. Legend has it that the spirit of Lexy Mills, a young girl who was drowned by her best friend at this very camp, still lurks around Valentine. So what happens when Tiki's camp mates find threats in the mail, supposedly sent by Lexy herself? From snakes in the cabin to razor blades in the bathroom, the ghostly pranks never end at Camp Valentine.
Gabriel has lived his life in the Returning City, and has never questioned it. He has just been grateful that he lives in a nice house, has a strong family, and is alive. Though aYounger, he fights in the ring to help him and his Revenant family prosper. Even when injured, Revenants heal from the magic in the City. But then, when he is forced to fight his brother Baital, Gabriel's world starts to head for a downward spiral. His own family now thirsts for his blood. What can he do? Where can he go? And what happens when he learns the only one who can save him is his archenemy?
Jimmy Cardinal isn't anyone special. He scarcely has any friends, keeps his grades neutral, and is despised by his abusive mother. Oh, how hateful his mother is. But Jimmy deals with her. He doesn't try to make her mad, complain about their Lo-Pryce dinners, or ask for anything for his birthday. So why, on the late evening of his thirteenth birthday, does Jimmy find he can float three inches off his kitchen floor? Three inches is only the beginning. With a little exercise, he realizes he can ascend 100 feet and beyond.
Mica Adams is used to being a military brat, so it doesn't surprise her when her father takes her to Coyote, Nevada. After previous experience, she is aware that some of her new classmates at her school might know a little about her. But a group of friends that she can relate to, surprisingly, knows more about her than she is prepared for. Her friends reveal to her that her father is really a part of a top-secret government organization called Area 51. Together, Mica's friends set out on a quest to discover the secrets of Area 51.