This sci-fi trilogy is told through documents, emails, medical reports, and interviews. The result is a fast-paced thrill ride that will keep you on the edge of your seat until you read the very last page. The first two books are available now, and the last book in the series, Obsidio, will be published in 2018.
Maddy is allergic to the world, which makes falling in love with her next-door neighbor a problem. This tearjerker is told through diary entries, illustrations, lists, and vignettes. P.S. Go see the movie too!
Starting with their days locked in a tower together, Dashti keeps a record of her time with Lady Saren. She writes about their life in the tower, their escape, the love they gain and lose, and the lies they tell.
When Jessie’s dad remarries and she has to start over in California, she thinks her life is over—until she gets an anonymous email from someone claiming to have her best interests in mind. Jessie gets to know her mysterious friend through emails, IMs, and texts in this sweet and funny story.
This diary-style novel is based on the author’s experiences of leaving a Native American reservation and attending the school in town. Its conversational tone and accompanying drawings lend it an air of authenticity.
Laurel starts writing letters to famous dead people after getting an assignment at school. She writes about her experiences and works through her confusion and hurt over her sister’s death and her own past.
Elizabeth and Lauren have been assigned as roommates for their freshman year of college. The summer after high school, they strike up an email friendship, sharing experiences and preparing for their new lives.
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