The Clone Codes #3: The Visitors by Patricia C. McKissack, Frederick L. McKissack, and John McKissack Published February 1, 2012
There is a wicked system inside the Topas Corporation, where clones are produced. Only authorized Topas officials are allowed inside. Only they, along with the clones themselves, know what happens within the walls of the world’s largest and most powerful cloning company.
Beneath a Meth Moon by Jacqueline Woodson Published February 2, 2012
Laurel Daneau is still reeling from the losses she endured during Hurricane Katrina. When her new boyfriend introduces her to meth, she spirals into addiction. But as she slowly becomes a shell of her former self, she longs to become whole again.
Harbinger by Sara Wilson Etienne Published February 2, 2012
When Faye arrives atHolbrookAcademy, she feels strangely connected to the school and the island it sits on. She’s even made her first real friends, but odd things keep happening to them. Faye knows she’s the reason, but what does it all mean?
DJ Rising by Love Maia Published February 6, 2012
In between caring for his heroin-addicted mother and keeping his scholarship at a fancy prep school, Marley dreams of becoming a professional DJ. When chance lands him his first real DJ job, his career as “DJ Ice” suddenly skyrockets — until heart-rending disaster at home brings Marley crashing back down to earth.
The Rivals by Daisy Whitney Published February 6, 2012
This year Alex Patrick is head of the Mockingbirds, a secret society of students who police and protect her elite school’s student body. But when a secret drug ring springs up, each new clue drives a wedge between Alex and the people she loves most.
A Good American by Alex George Published February 7, 2012
When Frederick and Jette must flee her disapproving mother in 1904, where better to go thanAmerica, the land of the new? By chance, they find themselves inBeatrice,Missouri. Not speaking a word of English, they embark on their new life together.
Born Wicked: The Cahill Witch Chronicles, Book One by Jessica Spotswood Published February 7, 2012
Everybody knows Cate Cahill and her sisters are eccentric. But the truth is even worse: they’re witches. And if their secret is discovered by the priests of the Brotherhood, it would mean an asylum, a prison ship — or an early grave.
Dead to You by Lisa McMann Published February 7, 2012
Ethan was abducted from his front yard when he was seven. Now, at 16, he has returned to his family. It’s a miracle…at first. But his reintroduction to his old life isn’t going smoothly, and there’s something that’s keeping his memory blocked. Something unspeakable.
Somebody, Please Tell Me Who I Am by Peter Lerangis Published February 7, 2012
Haunted by memories of 9/11, popular high schooler Ben enlists in the army. After his convoy gets caught in an explosion, Ben is in a coma for two months. When he wakes up, he doesn’t know where he is, and he doesn’t remember anything about his old life.
The Lying Game # 3: Two Truths and a Lie by Sara Shepard Published February 7, 2012
Desperate to solve my murder, my long-lost twin, Emma, is pretending to be me and unraveling the mysteries I left behind. She’s uncovered my friends’ darkest secrets, but she’s never had the chance to dig into my best friend’s brother Thayer’s past — until now.
The Miseducation of Cameron Post by Emily M. Danforth Published February 7, 2012
When Cameron Post’s parents die suddenly in a car crash, her shocking first thought is relief — that they’ll never know that, hours earlier, she had been kissing a girl. But that relief doesn’t last, when she is forced to live with her ultra-conservative aunt Ruth and a whole new slew of challenges.
Pure by Julianna Baggott Published February 8, 2012
After an apocalyptic disaster, the Pures —- those unmarked by the crisis — are separated from the rest of humanity in the Dome. But Partridge risks his life to go in search of his mother. Along the way, he meets Pressia, a damaged girl on the run.
Bewitching by Alex Flinn Published February 14, 2012
Kendra Hilferty, the witch who curses Kyle Kingsbury in BEASTLY, tells about her immortal existence — how she discovered she was a witch and the various ways she has used her powers to help people throughout the centuries.
Scarlet by A. C. Gaughen Published February 14, 2012
Posing as one of Robin Hood’s thieves to avoid the wrath of the evil Thief Taker Lord Gisbourne, Scarlet has kept her identity secret from all of Nottinghamshire. It’s only her fierce loyalty to Robin that keeps Scarlet going and makes this fight worth dying for.
The Vanishing Game by Kate Kae Myers Published February 14, 2012
Jocelyn’s twin brother Jack was the only family she had growing up in a world of foster homes. When he dies, Jocelyn can’t help but feel hopeless. That is, until she gets a cryptic letter from “Jason December” — the code name her brother used to use when they were children at Seale House, a terrifying foster home that they believed had dark powers.
The Disenchantments by Nina LaCour Published February 16, 2012
Colby and Bev have a long-standing pact: graduate, hit the road with Bev’s band, and then spend the year wandering aroundEurope. But moments after the tour kicks off, Bev makes a shocking announcement: she’s abandoning their plans — and Colby — to start college in the fall. But, somehow, the show must go on.
Trafficked by Kim Purcell Published February 16, 2012
Hannah believes she’s being brought fromMoldovatoLos Angelesto become a nanny for a Russian family. But her American dream quickly spirals into a nightmare.
Double by Jenny Valentine Published February 21, 2012
When the sixteen-year-old runaway Chap is mistaken for a missing boy named Cassiel, he takes on the boy’s identity, gaining the family and friends he’s always dreamed of having. But as he begins to unravel the mystery behind Cassiel’s disappearance, Chap realizes that he’s in much deeper danger than he could have imagined.
Faery Tales & Nightmares by Melissa Marr Published February 21, 2012
Uncanny and unexpected creatures appear from behind bushes, rise from under the seas, or manifest from seasonal storms to pursue the objects of their attention — with amorous or sinister intent — in a dozen stories by bestselling author Melissa Marr.
Fever: The Chemical Garden Trilogy, Book 2 by Lauren DeStefano Published February 21, 2012
Rhine and Gabriel may have escaped the beautiful prison of Wither’s mansion, but they are far from escaping danger. Though Rhine remains determined to get to her brother inManhattan, the road they are left is long and perilous.
The Catastrophic History of You And Me by Jess Rothenberg Published February 21, 2012
Brie’s life ends at sixteen: Her boyfriend tells her he doesn’t love her, and the news breaks her heart — literally. But now that she’s in heaven, Brie is about to discover that love is way more complicated than she ever imagined.
BZRK by Michael Grant Published February 28, 2012
In the near future, the Armstrong twins orchestrate a conspiracy to create a perfect and perfectly controlled world. But a shadowy guerilla group known as BZRK forms a nascent resistance movement, and prepare to fight the utopian oppressors.
Gil Marsh by A.C.E. Bauer Published February 28, 2012
When Enko moves toUrukHigh School, Gil and he quickly become inseparable friends. But when Enko succumbs to an aggressive cancer, Gil is devastated, and cannot even say goodbye when Enko’s parents take his body and return toCanada. But Gil, determined to find Enko’s grave, soon drops everything and heads north.
Partials by Dan Wells Published February 28, 2012
The Partials — an engineered species of organic beings identical to humans — has all but destroyed the humans, and now the last of the race are on the brink of death. But for Kira, a sixteen-year-old medic-in-training, she quickly finds that the survival of humans and Partials alike rests in the connections between them — connections that humanity has forgotten, or perhaps never even knew were there.
The Children and the Wolves by Adam Rapp Published February 28, 2012
Three teenagers — a sharp, well-to-do girl named Bounce and two struggling boys named Wiggins andOrange— are holding a four-year-old girl hostage inOrange’s basement. But as the stakes grow higher and the guilt and tension mount, Wiggins starts to have doubts about their plan.
Trail of the Spellmans: Document #5 by Lisa Lutz Published February 28, 2012
Chaos abounds in the Spellman family, and things aren’t any simpler for Spellman Investigations, the family business. But Isabel won’t stop hunting for the answers — even when they threaten to shatter everything she holds dear.