Library Assistant Margaret D. is responsible for our Young Adult Fiction collections, and encourages everyone to read these novels:
City of Bones (The Mortal Instruments, Book 1) by Cassandra Clare. Now a movie, this book is the classic good against evil; angels vs demons. We follow Clary Fray in her adventure of finding herself and discovering her true relationship with her mother. She meets unworldly creatures that make her realize that things are not always what they seem.
Tithe by Holly Black. Finding out that you are not human is sixteen-year-old Kaye Fierch’s dilemma -- the gritty high school dropout discovered that she is a pixie. In the Fairy World of good and evil, she finds friendship, love, and the adventure of a lifetime.
Peter and the Starcatchers by Dave Barry. Find out how Peter Pan became “Peter Pan” in this fun and adventurous prequel.
The Summoning by Kelley Armstrong. Chloe Saunders is a normal teenager whose only concern is boys and her friends. Then one day things turn horribly wrong. She sees a horrifying ghost for the first time, which leads to her being committed to a home for troubled teens. The other teens in the house all seem to be mentally unstable, but are they really or do they have psychic powers just like her?