Fiction Books For Young Adults

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Mortgages for young adults: an opportunity to seize

The
mortgages for young adults
are not only mortgages, mere money on loan: they are true opportunities, that you have to seize on as soon as possible. Indeed, to choose a mortgage for young adults conveniently gives to the person who decides to stipulate it the possibility to buy, to renew or simply to furnishing his home. It’s also the occasion to build something that is certain and durable.

The mortgages for young adults are to all intents and purposes special loans created for boys and girls who are between 18 and 29 years old, and who have intention to finance the purchase of the building that will become their home, or to renewing an apartment that they own already. And, as you can simply gather from it, the mortgages for young adults have a lot of facilitations.

Principally, the advantages of the mortgages for young adults are four: no costs (with the only exception of the cost for the technical valuation of the building, that is charged to the client usually); the financing covers up to the eighty percent of the total cost of the building (with an upper-limit of 200 thousands euro); the duration of the loan is between five and thirty years; an operator follows the client step-by-step during the stipulation of the mortgage.

In addition to this, the mortgages for young adults allow you to choose between various solutions: a variable-rate mortgage, with installments that are very easy to pay thanks to the low interest rate; a fixed-rate mortgage, with an interest rate that is fixed and more static; a variable-rate mortgage with a fixed ceiling and the rate cannot exceed it; a variable-rate mortgage with fixed installment, a solution that mix the advantages of the variable-rate with the possibility to fix the installment depending on your saving capacity.

At last, practically all the mortgages for young adults can be consulted online comfortably: this way the person who decides to stipulate a mortgage can evaluate the various offers and he can choose the best solution from his computer directly, with no useless wastes of time.

50 Young Adult Books I Recommend!


The Matchmaker, a novel: Clean New Adult Contemporary Romance Fiction (The Matchmaker Project series Book 1)


The Matchmaker, a novel: Clean New Adult Contemporary Romance Fiction (The Matchmaker Project series Book 1)



Fans of Richard Paul Evans, Nicole Williams and John Green will love this novel! Ollie just wants one thing. The girl.Things haven’t been going so well with Anne lately, though; their relationship has become a perpetual study date, and Ollie’s roommates are starting to worry about him. How to fix things? Why, with a marriage proposal, of course. Unfortunately for Ollie, his relationship with A…


Sky Dancers: A Young Adult Dystopian Adventure (Eternal Apocalypse Book 1)


Sky Dancers: A Young Adult Dystopian Adventure (Eternal Apocalypse Book 1)



Can discovering sunshine trigger the next apocalypse?Elle is a typical doomsday bunker teenager, living under the crush of routine. She attends classes, tries to follow the rules, and endures the same petty jealousies and anxieties teens have endured since fire was used as the first hangout. But a crumbling section of tunnel exposes a big lie about her world, and Elle’s life quickly spirals down…


Sensory Overload: A Young Adult Fantasy Fiction Book (The Pria Chronicles 3)


Sensory Overload: A Young Adult Fantasy Fiction Book (The Pria Chronicles 3)



When Sensing Creatures is Just the Tip of the IcebergA Young Adult, Paranormal Fantasy Fiction novelI know that finding the time to read is important; life is busy and time is precious. You won’t be disappointed. Take a breather. Take time for you. Download today.Download now to join Michael Hilton in his paranormal world of stranger things. Through the urgent words of an apparition, Michael Hilt…


The Giver


The Giver


$14.95


Korean edition of the “The Giver” winner of the Newbery Medal by Lois Lowry who received countless awards includes the Boston Globe-Horn Book Award, the Dorothy Canfield Fisher Award, the California Young Reader’s Medal, and the Mark Twain Award. Translated by Jang Eun Su. Distributed by Tsai Fong Books, Inc….



















My Confirmation


My Confirmation


$16.81


The ideal gift for Confirmation candidates. Each set contains a “St. Joseph Confirmation Book,” beautifully bound in gold-stamped, burgundy bonded leather with our popular new zipper closure and golden dove pull, a matching gold-stamped leather bookmark, candle and golden dove keepsake pin to commemorate this very important Rite of Initiation. Illustrated in two colors and printed in large type….

24 Girls in 7 Days


24 Girls in 7 Days


$3.26


Jack Grammar, average American senior, has no date to the prom. Or so he thinks. Percy and Natalie, Jack’s so-called best friends, posted an ad in the classified section of the online version of the school newspaper. They figured it couldn’t hurt-after all, there’s not much in this world sadder than Jack’s love life. Soon Percy and Natalie have assembled a list of girls eager to go to the prom wit…

Hooked On Books Book Readers Fun Graphic T-Shirt


Hooked On Books Book Readers Fun Graphic T-Shirt



A fun colorful tee shirt for adults and kids who love books and reading A stack of colorful books with topics on romance, intrigue, mystery, suspense, fiction, and fantasy…


1968


1968


$3.99


1968 is the story of four friends in their senior year in college at Michigan State University, living through, and confronting the cataclysmic social and political events of the year. It’s also the story of a very passionate, but ultimately tragic love affair of Benny and Aurora, the wild, exotic, sexy, talented, and enigmatic young woman who will forever capture his heart. Benny, later a famous writer, initiates a reunion, in 1988, with his two former best friends: Art and “Wiggy,” friends whose relationship had been tattered with Aurora’s death. He has written a reminiscence of their year together, and wants to reunite, reminisce, get their permission to publish it, and most importantly, reaffirm their deep friendship. They meet at a beach cabin along the Lake Michigan dunes, where they often retreated that year. The story of 1968 combines sections from his book, a retelling of the events of the year and mostly, a longing narrative about Aurora. Aurora re-meets the three friends over a few months, before she makes a bold move to go find Benny at Michigan State, where he is the editor of a syndicated weekly, the National Student Newspaper (NSN).At Benny’s invitation, she moves into the house that he shares with Art and Wiggy, and starts fitting into a dynamic role as a writer and columnist at the NSN, and also becomes Benny’s passionate lover and collaborator. Together they cover the Democratic Primary in New Hampshire, the rise of Gene McCarthy’s anti-war candidacy, and later Bobby Kennedy’s presidential campaign. At Notre Dame, Aurora has a personal encounter with Kennedy, who gives her the tie he is wearing and invites her and the NSN to gain access to his campaign. At the NSN, Benny, Aurora and the other student journalists report on the war, and become a national voice for the cultural revolution of the late 60s.Aurora’s wild ways involve a dabbling in and out of drugs, sexual adventures, and other destabilizing behavior. Deeply in love, Benny is tested to bring

47


47


$7.99


New York Times Bestseller”Engaging.” -Publishers Weekly, starred reviewMaster storyteller Walter Mosley deftly mixes speculative and historical fiction in this daring New York Times bestselling novel, reminiscent of Colson Whitehead’s The Underground Railroad.47 is a young slave boy living under the watchful eye of a brutal slave master. His life seems doomed until he meets a mysterious runaway slave, Tall John. 47 finds himself swept up in a struggle for his own liberation.

5150


5150


$3.99


Set in San Francisco’s Tenderloin district in the 1980′s, 5150 depicts a failure in the rite of passage from adolescence to adulthood. When young, gay Ethan Lloyd awakens to tremors he is first convinced they are little earthquakes. They turn out to be a forewarning of a psychotic episode that lands him first in jail, and then transferred or “5150′ed” to the mental hospital. Told in the first person with an extremely unreliable narrator, the book drags the reader into the world of madness and mental hospitals, with only the occasional gasp for air in the agreed-upon common reality most of us share. Ethan’s struggle to regain his sanity is pockmarked by a world of drugs, dirty sidewalks, vagrants and angels. Were it not for society’s waterlogged safety nets, he might never have returned to share his tale of survival.

Adam


Adam


$4.5


To figure out the present, they need to go back to the past. Poppy is the only remaining necromancer in the world. She is the one in control of the dead and she has been sent to the Valentines. There is an evil force at work and she must help Adam Valentine to uncover it before it’s too late. Adam is intrigued by the young necromancer. Her scars do not affect him. He sees the strength inside her and he likes it. All he wants to do is protect her and claim her as his own. They are on a mission to find out who the real alpha of the Beyer West pack is. But Poppy’s world is about to turn on itself as she needs to make a choice. There is no room for love in the life of a necromancer, yet after centuries of being alone, Adam has filled her life with meaning. People will die and secrets will be revealed as the balance that protects them is broken. Can their love survive as the world is about to be sent into chaos? This is no longer about the wolves but something much bigger that neither of them can fight. Reader Advisory: This book contains scenes of violence or scenes that might offend some readers. Note this book is part of a series and is best read in order

Adept


Adept


$6.99


It isn’t so easy to kill a telepath. Or contain him. Those that must hold absolute evil shielded from the world, fight to restore tenuous balance against a force they can no longer control. Reality mingles with chaos that beats at the confines of its prison – eager for freedom. The thin veil that separates the world of death from the world of life starts to dissolve, shearing as though in a wind that no shield can hold. Those once dead live and those living struggle to survive against the perpetual night. Souls are taken and souls returned, but can they ever be the same, coming back from the land of the damned?A 1000 year-old ghost tires of his duties and the Gods are weakening. The Heir Apparent carries the weight of worlds, holding onto the only things that will get him through; faith and love. If the demon comes, if it breaches the barrier that has kept it from the world, will love be enough? Will anything?Adept is the Seventh Chronicle of the Guardians of the Word series, an Epic Science Fiction Fantasy that is suitable for mature young adults. The Chronicles are Chosen, Myth, Telepath, Legend, Union, Seer, Adept, and King.

Adolphe


Adolphe


$7.99


We are such volatile creatures that we finally feel the sentiments we feign. First published in 1816, Adolphe is the story of a young man with all the privileges and advantages of a noble birth, bt who’s still haunted by the meaninglessness of life. He seeks distraction in the pursuit of the beautiful, but older and married Ellenore, a fictionalized version of Madame de Stael. The young Adolphe, inexperienced in love, falls for her unexpectedly and falters under the burden of the illicit love. The Art of The Novella SeriesToo short to be a novel, too long to be a short story, the novella is generally unrecognized by academics and publishers. Nonetheless, it is a form beloved and practiced by literature’s greatest writers. In the Art Of The Novella series, Melville House celebrates this renegade art form and its practitioners with titles that are, in many instances, presented in book form for the first time.

Adonais


Adonais


$2.99


Adonais begins as he stands on the Iberian Peninsula and looks out towards the coast of North Africa, fighting for the strength to go with his inner leadings and follow his destiny that lies beyond that coast. The story observes the young Friar as he makes his journey from the Peninsula?s southern tip through the Alpujarra to a Gharnata that is feeling a new rise in sectarian tension and is hearing news of violent events across the border in Christian Sevilla. In Gharnata he meets his childhood friend Miriam in the house of Rabbi Andrew, the spiritual head of Gharnata?s distinguished Jewish population. They agree to share the journey together to her forest community that is on the way to his final destination which is the Christian frontier city of Jaen. These young orphan children who grew up as closest friends and confidantes but have blossomed into beautiful adults have a deep and soul searching time of facing a lot of their confusion over their adult relationship which causes, especially Adonais to face some of the ghosts of his past. Miriam?s joyous wedding occurs in the vibrant community of which she is a key part and the whole event provides cathartic, healing for many of the participants. After the wedding Adonais continues his journey to Jaen as the shocking, violent and murderous events of June 1391 in Sevilla become the focus. Adonais the character symbolizes the way in which a true and wholesome spirituality can rebuild a life broken by hatred and religious sectarianism. The story is set in the late 14th Century Iberian Peninsula, and evokes the tension and intrigue of the time as well as capturing its beguiling mystery. In the novel Adonais, the author has managed to survey an extremely dark, treacherous and violent era in history and show a story of the triumph of hope and goodness over that same darkness. The novel explores many themes related to the history of the period, the interaction between different religious groups and the tension between inner

Adonais


Adonais


$4.4


Adonais begins as he stands on the Iberian Peninsula and looks out towards the coast of North Africa, fighting for the strength to go with his inner leadings and follow his destiny that lies beyond that coast. The story observes the young Friar as he makes his journey from the Peninsula?s southern tip through the Alpujarra to a Gharnata that is feeling a new rise in sectarian tension and is hearing news of violent events across the border in Christian Sevilla. In Gharnata he meets his childhood friend Miriam in the house of Rabbi Andrew, the spiritual head of Gharnata?s distinguished Jewish population. They agree to share the journey together to her forest community that is on the way to his final destination which is the Christian frontier city of Jaen. These young orphan children who grew up as closest friends and confidantes but have blossomed into beautiful adults have a deep and soul searching time of facing a lot of their confusion over their adult relationship which causes, especially Adonais to face some of the ghosts of his past. Miriam?s joyous wedding occurs in the vibrant community of which she is a key part and the whole event provides cathartic, healing for many of the participants. After the wedding Adonais continues his journey to Jaen as the shocking, violent and murderous events of June 1391 in Sevilla become the focus. Adonais the character symbolizes the way in which a true and wholesome spirituality can rebuild a life broken by hatred and religious sectarianism. The story is set in the late 14th Century Iberian Peninsula, and evokes the tension and intrigue of the time as well as capturing its beguiling mystery. In the novel Adonais, the author has managed to survey an extremely dark, treacherous and violent era in history and show a story of the triumph of hope and goodness over that same darkness. The novel explores many themes related to the history of the period, the interaction between different religious groups and the tension between inner

Aflame


Aflame


$4.99


A beautiful princess… A noble prince… Two worlds colliding… Zara is the princess of Garimu, a kingdom where the people can absorb the elements and wield them as they please. Strong-willed yet naive, she is the strongest wielder to be born in generations. Johar is the solemn and responsible prince of Birin. He is engaged to be married and is preparing to ascend to the throne of his kingdom. Through a twist of fate, these two very different people are brought together as the survival of both of their kingdoms hangs in the balance. Can Zara and Johar put their differences aside in order to save their homes from the catastrophe that is about to befall them? Aflame is a thrilling story of love, sacrifice and growing up. The book is the perfect read for young adults, who will enjoy watching the characters change and grow with their experiences.

After


After


$9.99


Lacey’s world shatters when her dad is killed in a car accident. And secretly? She feels like it’s her fault. If she hadn’t taken her own sweet time getting ready that morning. well, it never would have happened. Her mom wouldn’t be a basket case. Her brother Logan wouldn’t drink. And her little brother would still have two parents. But life goes on even if you don’t want it to. And when Lacey gets the chance to make a difference in the lives of some people at school, she jumps at it. Making lemonade out of lemons is her specialty. Except she didn’t count on meeting a guy like Sam. Or that sometimes? Lemonade can be a pretty bitter drink to swallow. From the Hardcover edition.

Afterlight


Afterlight


$11.95


Longlisted, 2016 Davitt Awards, Best Young Adult Novel. From the acclaimed author of the Mercy series and The Astrologer’s Daughter. Since her parents died in a freak motorbike accident, Sophie Teague’s life has fallen apart. But she’s just enrolled at a new high school, hoping for a fresh start. That’s until Eve, a beautiful ghost in black, starts making terrifying nightly appearances, wanting Sophie to be her hands, eyes and go-to girl. There are loose ends that Eve needs Sophie to tie up. But dealing with the dead might just involve the greatest sacrifice of all. Dark, thrilling and unrelentingly eerie, Afterlight will take you deep into the heart of a dangerous love story, revealing the otherworldly-and deadly-pull of past wrongs that only the living can put right. Rebecca Lim is a writer and illustrator based in Melbourne, Australia, with a background in commercial law. Rebecca is the author of sixteen books for children and young adult readers, including The Astrologer’s Daughter (a Kirkus Best Book of 2015) and Afterlight. Shortlisted for the Prime Minister’s Literary Award, Aurealis Award and Davitt Award for best YA, Rebecca’s work has also been longlisted for the Gold Inky Award, the David Gemmell Legend Award and the CBCA Book of the Year Award for Older Readers. Her novels have been translated into German, French, Turkish, Portuguese and Polish. ‘Sophie is a great, realistic character, who is understandably flawed and is just like any other teenager, trying to fit in at school.’ Guardian ‘I loved it. The intensity, especially with the last few chapters was unexpected and had me on the edge of my seat. I adored Sophie’s character, who readers will not only find likeable but also relatable. Rebecca Lim is a wonderful Aussie author who’s taking our own brand of young adult to the world.’ Diva Booknerd ‘A dark premise, an unpopular outcast heroine, a beautiful and brooding love interest and a mystery.’ Books+Publishing ‘Afterlight has all the ingredients tha

Airos


Airos


$5.5


Zane has everything in his life under control and in order, but can he keep it that way when a young dragon is thrown into his life? Zane was meant to be a warrior-end of story. Though he may not have had the most pleasant life living at the coven, he still loved being there. But the steadiness of his world came to a halt all within one day’s events. A man he never saw coming has pushed the boundaries of what little normalcy he has, and learning of a secret love is just confusing him even more. Zane has never felt more torn on what he should be feeling…and for whom. Though if he assumed having two men plaguing his every waking thought was hard enough, learning of the danger his mother is in nearly has his head spinning off into another dimension. The leader of the Dr! guns is threatening to take everything away from him, his best friend is slipping further and further away from him, and a little dragon is managing to get under his skin in more ways than one. Sorting out what he has to do, what he wants, and what’s right for him will be the biggest challenge he’s ever been faced with. Will he follow his heart or will he take the easy path…or is the easy path the right path to begin with? Reader Advisory: This book contains scenes of violence. Reader Advisory: This book is best read in sequence as it is part of a series.

Alena


Alena


$11.99


In an inspired restaging of Daphne du Maurier’s classic Rebecca, a young curator finds herself haunted by the legacy of her predecessor. Two years have passed since the tragic death of Alena, curator at the Nauk, a cutting-edge art museum on Cape Cod. At the Venice Biennale, Bernard Augustin, the Nauk’s wealthy, enigmatic founder-to whom Alena had been closest confidante and muse-offers the position to an aspiring young curator from the Midwest. It’s the job of her dreams, and she dives at the chance. Just as quickly, she finds herself well out of her depth. The Nauk echoes with phantoms of the past-a past obsessively preserved by the museum’s staff-and the newcomer’s every move mires her more deeply in artistic, erotic, and emotional entanglements. When recently discovered evidence calls into question the circumstances of Alena’s death, shattering secrets surface, putting to the test the loyalty, integrity, and courage of our heroine-who remains nameless, like the heroine of Daphne du Maurier’s Rebecca, the inspiration for this provocative and spellbinding tale.

Alienor


Alienor


$9.99


Is that, a woman’s voice, I hear?” a trial bishop admonishes a high gallery in Chauvigny. The conscience of a father, the royal Duke of Aquitaine, assaulted by a world steeped in prejudice, violence, and religious hypocrisy, is moved by the stamina and heroism of one girl’s struggle for justice, honor, and love. Her words have just upset an important bishop. The Duke of Aquitaine has discovered the power of his daughter. Through the young eyes of Alienor and her friends, the book explores with rich humor and deep honesty the irrationality of adult medieval attitudes toward faith, knowing, gender, and love. Beginning with high-spirited mischief in the backroads and rivers of post-Roman Aquitaine France, these young explorers move beyond their adventures. With Alienor’s wealth and heart, they realize together they can change the world. And they do – but a medieval world tolerates only so much. The historical fiction ALIENOR opens with eight-year-old Amira spared from a fearful world that adults have created. When she finds a new friend in Spark, a fellow jokester and rockhound, they know they will be friends for life. Soon, Amira finds Spark is more than she presents herself to be. At a special abbey where men and women live in balance, girls and boys are taught alongside one another the medieval skills of invention, counting bells by the sun, poetic song, acrobatic dance, falconing, bird messaging, ‘dictonic’ speech, and thought. Encouraged to have curious minds, the youth become attracted to what authorities will oppose: Alienor’s pursuit of an unusual idea she calls love – not what one commonly understands as love – but hers. By perception and practice of it, she astounds convention. How she comes to terms with its many forces, becomes her code. This code leads her to become one of the most powerful and enigmatic women of the middle ages. On a larger stage, the outer world, drawn to her wealth, sees her lifestyle of fashion, beauty, art, and personal faith as alie

Alight


Alight


$2.99


A captivating book with a superb mix of fantasy, romance, mystery, emotion, and drama. I really loved the fantasy elements. But the book isn’t all fantasy or mystery; there’s a great deal of emotion as well. a fun romance to watch unfold.” – Aeicha, Word Spelunking review ALIGHT is a fresh take on contemporary fantasy, teen romance, and young adult paranormal. The PYXIS SERIES, a unique new teen series, weaves together a world of dreams, magic, love, and danger. Age level: 13 and up. * * * BOOK DESCRIPTION: When Corinne learns who the second Guardian is, she must find a way to make peace with the last person in the world she wants to deal with. As she struggles, her nemesis unleashes an otherworldly evil, and a mysterious illness strikes Corinne s friends. Faltering under the weight of her destiny, Corinne escapes to the dream world. There, she meets Zane, who has a revelation that binds them together and alters the path of Corinne’s life. She throws herself into fighting for everything she loves, but just as she’s certain she will prevail, she’s robbed of what she needs most. * * * PYXIS SERIES: K.C. Neal weaves a contemporary YA fantasy story of romance, magic, and love set against the everyday lives of friends with destinies that are anything but ordinary. PYXIS is the first book of the PYXIS SERIES, ALIGHT is book two, and book 3 ARISE is coming soon.

Alys, Always


Alys, Always


$9.99


From the author of Her, a suspenseful, assured literary debut that explores the dark side of desire and ambition through one woman’s unlikely entry into an elite world and a destiny of her own design. On a bitter winter’s night, Frances Thorpe comes upon the aftermath of a car crash and, while comforting the dying driver, Alys Kyte, hears her final words. The wife of a celebrated novelist, Alys moved in rarefied circles, and when Frances agrees to meet the bereaved family, she glimpses a world entirely foreign to her: cultured, wealthy, and privileged. While slowly forging a friendship with Alys’s carelessly charismatic daughter, Frances finds her own life takes a dramatic turn, propelling her from an anonymous existence as an assistant editor for the books section of a newspaper to the dizzying heights of literary society. With her unforgettable protagonist, author Harriet Lane draws readers into a tightly paced tale that careens towards an audacious ending. Transfixing, insightful, and unsettling, Alys, Always drops us into the mind of an enigmatic young woman whose perspective on a glamorous world also shines a light on those on the outside who would risk all to become part of it.

Andrew


Andrew


$1.99


Andrew” is the story of a very young boy, the child of a very brilliant married couple who were also rather unusual scientists. It is a story about how Andrew tries to deal with an event more traumatic than anyone should ever have to experience, no matter what age they are. This is then juxtaposed with how he learned to deal with it as an adult, who he developed into by that point in his life, and where his parent’s efforts end him up. Yes, there is certainly a lot more than that going on.”Andrew” was one of my first short stories delivered to my first fiction writing class at my university and was so well received they voted for me to write one extra than everyone in the class. This is also the foundation story for my book, Death of Heaven.

Angel


Angel


$1.99


How do you know if you’re one of the damned?As a child, Don wanted to become a priest. Now a grown man mostly at ease with being gay, he’s left the Catholic Church and has chosen instead to help people through his work as a parole officer. His strong faith is shaken when his latest assignment turns out to be Michael, a young man Don hasn’t seen since he took Michael to church as a child – and saw his parish priest cast Michael out of the church as a demon. Meeting him as an adult re-ignites the obsession Don had with the boy he couldn’t save. But can Michael be saved at all? Or is the strangely compelling demon with a taste for risky sex as damned as he believes himself to be?

Angelica


Angelica


$9.99


BONUS: This edition contains excerpts from Arthur Phillips’s The Tragedy of Arthur, The Song Is You, Prague, and The Egyptologist. From the bestselling author of The Egyptologist and Prague comes an even more accomplished and entirely surprising new novel. Angelica is a spellbinding Victorian ghost story, an intriguing literary and psychological puzzle, and a meditation on marriage, childhood, memory, and fear. The novel opens in London, in the 1880s, with the Barton household on the brink of collapse. Mother, father, and daughter provoke one another, consciously and unconsciously, and a horrifying crisis is triggered. As the family’s tragedy is told several times from different perspectives, events are recast and sympathies shift. In the dark of night, a chilling sexual spectre is making its way through the house, hovering over the sleeping girl and terrorizing her fragile mother. Are these visions real, or is there something more sinister, and more human, to fear? A spiritualist is summoned to cleanse the place of its terrors, but with her arrival the complexities of motive and desire only multiply. The mother’s failing health and the father’s many secrets fuel the growing conflicts, while the daughter flirts dangerously with truth and fantasy. While Angelica is reminiscent of such classic horror tales as The Turn of the Screw and The Haunting of Hill House, it is also a thoroughly modern exploration of identity, reality, and love. Set at the dawn of psychoanalysis and the peak of spiritualism’s acceptance, Angelica is also an evocative historical novel that explores the timeless human hunger for certainty. “Angelica, Arthur Phillip’s spellbinding third book, cements this young novelist’s reputation as one of the best writers in America, a storyteller who combines Nabokovian wit and subtlety with a narrative urgency that rivals Stephen King” -Washington Post

Anyone?


Anyone?


$3.99


Evolved Publishing presents a young adult apocalyptic adventure from the multiple award-winning author of “The Zombie West” series and “The Desert” series. [DRM-Free]~The end of the world? That’s the stuff of Hollywood blockbusters and deep philosophical exercises in school. No need to sweat it. So when sixteen-year-old Tess’s doomsday-dad builds a bomb shelter in their suburban backyard, everyone thinks he’s gone crazy….…Until fire rains down from the sky, sinking whole cities into colossal craters and setting much of the world ablaze. Tess’s dad gives her a few short minutes to gather her emergency bag and her freaked-out kitten, then leads her outside and into the underground shelter. Terrified, the last thing she expects is for him to leave her there all alone, but he has no choice-he must find her missing brother. Before leaving, he makes Tess promise to keep the hatch door shut, not to open it for anyone but him, and to stay put until he returns. But he forgot to tell her one thing: What is she supposed to do if he never comes back?Be sure to check out Angela Scott’s other great books. From the multiple award-winning “The Zombie West” series: Book 1: “Wanted: Dead or Undead”Book 2: “Survivor Roundup”Book 3: “Dead Plains”Omnibus Edition (3-in-1 plus Exclusive Bonus Content): “The Zombie West Trilogy”From the critically-acclaimed and powerful “The Desert” series: Book 1: “Desert Rice”Book 2: “Desert Flower
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