The Lost Crown shows the effects of the Bolshevik Revolution on the Romanov family. Sarah Miller starts out the book in the months preceding the revolution. She highlights the family's humanity through their jokes and their taking care of soldiers returning from the front lines. Their lives change as their father abdicates and the Provisional Government takes control. This change brings in the meat of the book, where the royal family is confined under house arrest. As the revolution progresses, the Provisional Government moves them from house to house and into more unfamiliar terrain.
Kidd comes from a difficult past into a group home where he feels misunderstood and abandoned until he befriends Devon, another troubled teen. After Kidd is forced to renounce his friendship with Devon, he runs away to Cardiff, California and works at a beachside campsite. In Cardiff, he falls in love with Olivia, a beautiful girl who understands Kidd and the responsibilities that come with being born into deceiving circumstances. Just as Kidd begins to embrace his new life, his past catches up with him and he is forced to confront regrets that have shaped the rest of his life.
DEAR MRS. KENNEDY explores the assassination of John Fitzgerald Kennedy. In the book, the reader is given the opportunity to read some of the most poignant letters sent to Mrs. Kennedy after the tragedy. These letters demonstrate the compassion given to the First Lady and they also show the impact that one man had on the lives of so many. This book gives an astute impression of what it was like to live through such a historically tragic event.
Jonah and his younger brother Simon are on a journey. They are on a journey to find their brother, father, and a reason as to why it had gotten so bad at home. Before long, they need more help than just each other. They hitch a ride with a man they do not fully understand and a beautiful woman. Tensions arise as the mystery clashes with Jonahs internal principles of legality and truth. The situation turns dangerous and the brothers are left wondering whether they will finish their journey or lose everything on the way.
Aislinn and Seth are finally together, she's started to accept her immortality, she and Keenan are just friends and everything seems perfect. There's only one main problem: Seth's mortality and Aislinn's immortality don't add up. Time is running out and they don't know how long they have left together. In addition to this, summer is growing closer and with that so are Keenan and Aislinn. This conflict within the Summer Court has drawn the attention of all the faery courts. Discord pushes the faery courts to an outcome that won't be entirely peaceful.
Caleb Dunne is a self-pronounced slacker. After his brush with the law last winter, his overly-motivated semi- girlfriend Vicky insists that he begin attending craves. These are meetings for the new club modelled after the popular book The Rule of Won. At first, Caleb embraces the way and is ready to imanifest until his brain falls out, but before long, the group starts to take on an almost cult-like appearance and Caleb opts out. This seemingly harmless idea that you can get whatever you want by just believing starts a movement that gains popularity throughout Screech Neck High.