OBSIDIO ( The Illuminae Files 03): AMIE KAUFMAN
One of the International bestselling authors of young adult fiction, Amie Kaufman is back with the third book in the series The Illuminae Files, co-authored by Jay Kristoff. After narrowly escaping from attacks on Heimdall station Kady, Ezra, Henna, and Nik find themselves trapped with 2,000 refugees on the container ship, Mao. With scarce and resources and jump station destroyed, a final battle will be fought and hearts will be broken.
THE EXACT OPPOSITE OF OKAY: LAURA STEVEN
With real wit and compassion, The Exact Opposite Of Okay is a kind of book that portrays human emotions in undeniably appealing manner. At the same time, you laugh, cry, stand up and cheer. The perfect exploration of teen sexuality and a hilarious, groundbreaking young adult novel that is worth reading for everyone.
THE HOUSE OF BROKEN ANGELS: LUIS ALBERTO URREA
An unforgettable and unique portrait of one Mexican and American Family, The house of broken angels is a vivid imagination of a Pulitzer Prize Finalist, Luis Alberto Urrea. With realistic family characters, Luis attempt to create one of the most vivid and engrossing family epics of the last twenty years. An amazing read, we can’t wait for the house of broken angels release.
HAPPINESS: AMINATTA FORNA
A story about lost love, past grief and hidden side of a multicultural metropolis comes a breathtaking novel from Orange Prize shortlisted and Commonwealth Writers prize-winning author Aminatta Forna. Intelligent, deep and poignant, the novel redefines the concept of love in a unique manner. Dig into this novel this march as Aminatta provides us a deep insight into the meaning of life, love, and happiness.
GIRLS BURN BRIGHTER: SHOBHA RAO
Here comes an electrifying and thought-provoking debut novel set in India and America, about a unique and spellbinding relationship between two girls who have driven apart but never stop from finding each other again. Shobha Rao sheds a light on most relevant social issues like human trafficking, domestic abuse, feminism etc. Girls burn brighter presents a perfect picture of being a girl in India.