The Opposite of Love by Sarah Lynn Scheerger
Available September 1, 2014 from Albert Whitman Teen
Rose and Chase are disappointments. Rose isn't the perfect adopted daughter her parents hoped for, instead she's rebellious and withdrawn. Chase fights - and sometimes loses - his battle to separate himself from the legacy of his abusive and alcoholic father. Labeled troubled and hopeless cases, they find someone to depend on in each other. After months apart, Chase receives a cryptic and worrisome email from Rose, which launches an introspective journey to determine not only where but when he lost her. The Opposite of Love is an intensely written story of two broken teens and the forces that shape us, but that, ultimately, cannot define us.
The Map to Everywhere by Carrie Ryan; J.P. Davis
Available November 14, 2014 from Little, Brown BFYR
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When Marrill climbs aboard the ship that appears in the middle of a desert parking lot, she's thinking only of helping her mother, not saving the world - or worlds she hasn't even discovered yet. Soon Marrill has sailed far from home and into an unknown world where her only chance at returning home is the magical Map to Everywhere. Together Marrill, a decidedly forgettable master thief named Finn, a curiously tattooed Pirate Stream captain, and a determined wizard must traverse remarkable and sometimes dangerous lands to locate the map that will save - or possibly destroy - those that seek it. Full of adventure, humor, and heart, readers will quickly fall for tenacious Rose and the unforgettably forgettable Finn.
Station Eleven by Emily St. John Mandel
Available September 9, 2014 from Knopf
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With Station Eleven, Emily St. John Mandel introduces readers to a post-apocalyptic world in which the world population has been decimated by an especially virulent strain of flu. Overnight, the comfortable, technology-driven world disappears, leaving behind shell-shocked survivors. Told in elegantly alternating, nonlinear perspectives over a fifteen year period, Station Eleven weaves a delicate yet enduring thread between characters, highlighting the ways in which even the most fleeting and seemingly inconsequential moments can change one's life forever.