Darkwater is about a 15 year old boy named Tom, his dead and ghostly brother Simon, and Sarah. Sarah and Tom were born about 100 years apart, but are both drawn to Darkwater Hall by a man named Azrael. Sarah's family used to be the wealthy owners of Darkwater Hall until her grandfather gambled all of their possessions away to Azrael. Living in poverty, Sarah makes a bargin with Azrael. She trades her soul for 100 years and an ample amount of money to right the wrongs that her ancestors have done to the people living around Darkwater Hall.
All Joshua wants is to be normal. He didn’t choose to be born with super-powers; he didn’t choose for his parents - the Dread Duo - to become the most hated villains in all of Sheepsdale; and he certainly didn’t choose to be moved around every few months. After a terrifying attack, Joshua finds that he can choose one thing - whether he uses his super-powers for good or for evil. He might actually be able to help someone! He doesn’t have to follow in his parents' footsteps! But convincing his parents of this is harder than he expected.
Daire Santos has so much more to learn about her destiny -- to become a Soul Seeker and protect her small New Mexican town from the evil Richters. The Richters, a family that practices black magic, has now infiltrated the Lowerworld, and with an undead army on their side, they won't stop until they have complete control over the world.
This book draws readers into the world of Morgan Montgomery, an Ikati shape-shifter, who can become a panther-like cat at will. The story opens moments before her assigned death, a punishment for treason towards her people. However, Morgan’s former ally, Jenna, the tribe queen, saves Morgan’s life, at least for a brief extent, by giving Morgan one last shot at redemption. Jenna assigns her the task of locating, infiltrating, and destroying the Expurgari, a deadly, ancient enemy of the Ikati. Unwillingly, Morgan is put under the care of Xander Luna, the Ik
Eleanor is the new girl in town — after being sent away from her mom for months, she’s moved back in with her mom, her evil stepfather, and her step-siblings. Wearing mismatched clothes, she’s an obvious outsider that first day on the bus. Then there’s Park.
NERVE is the game that everyone's playing--the game of truth or dare without truth as a choice. Vee's friends think she isn't the type of person to do that kind of thing, and Vee herself questions her ability too. But when Vee takes a simple dare, she aces it and can't wait to do the next one.
Kate has been held captive for the past nine months by Cronus, the King of the Titans, and Calliope. Now her baby has been born and her husband Henry, God of the Underworld, is on the brink of death. Kate must figure out how to defeat the most powerful god of all and save the lives of all she holds dear.
After her mother dies, American Katie Greene is shipped off to Japan to live with her aunt. Getting thrown into another country is hard, especially when you don’t know the language or customs. Katie struggles to blend in, and when a senior boy decides to challenge her, it doesn’t get any better. She gets pulled rapidly into the dark side of Japan, where mobs and gods are at war. Katie, who just wants to become invisible, must pick a side and fight, for she is more important in this battle than anyone can know.