A Cosmopolitan Best Young Adult Book of 2019 Sparks fly between a K pop starlet and a tabloid reporter in this heartwarming rom-com from Maurene Goo. 10:00 p.m.
Author: Maurene Goo
Publisher: Farrar, Straus and Giroux (BYR)
Category: Young Adult Fiction
A Cosmopolitan Best Young Adult Book of 2019 Sparks fly between a K pop starlet and a tabloid reporter in this heartwarming rom-com from Maurene Goo. 10:00 p.m.: Lucky is the biggest K-pop star on the scene, and she’s just performed her hit song “Heartbeat” in Hong Kong to thousands of adoring fans. She’s about to debut on The Tonight Show in America, hopefully a breakout performance for her career. But right now? She’s in her fancy hotel, trying to fall asleep but dying for a hamburger. 11:00 p.m.: Jack is sneaking into a fancy hotel, on assignment for his tabloid job that he keeps secret from his parents. On his way out of the hotel, he runs into a girl wearing slippers, a girl who is single-mindedly determined to find a hamburger. She looks kind of familiar. She’s very cute. He’s maybe curious. 12:00 a.m.: Nothing will ever be the same. With her trademark humor and voice, Maurene Goo delivers a sparkling story of taking a chance on love—and finding yourself along the way.
SOMEWHERE. ONLY. WE. KNOW. (PART. TWO). 'I think you'd better come away
from there,' says Harry. 'You're making me nervous.' 'Supposing I don't want to?' '
Come on, Lauren. You could really hurt yourself.' 'I thought that was the whole ...
Author: Simon Packham
Publisher: Bonnier Publishing Fiction Ltd.
Category: Juvenile Fiction
What is the secret of Lauren's past? Lauren's family have moved house very suddenly, and she and her sister Tilda have to go to a new school. Lauren's determined to reinvent herself, but she's panic-stricken when she sees Harry, who she knew a few years ago. Luckily Harry doesn't recognise her, and she knows she has to make sure it stays like that. Lauren, unlike Tilda, settles in well. She makes friends, is helping to organise the school fashion show, and has boys asking her out. But just as her life finally seems to be looking up she starts receiving macabre packages. When she gets a message: 'Isn't it time your new friends knew all about you?' she has to admit that someone knows her secret. But who - and what should she do?
She knows something. I feel the quickening of anticipation. 'One day, a few
weeks ago now, I walked into his office and saw him sitting at his desk, looking
like he'd just seen a ghost. He was so pale, his ... 'Do you know who sent it?' 'No
Author: Karen Perry
Publisher: Penguin UK
From the bestselling author of The Boy That Never Was and Girl Unknown, Only We Know is a gripping novel that shows just how dangerous our childhood secrets can be. In 1982, on a once-in-a-lifetime holiday beneath the stifling heat of the midday sun, three children start a game that ends in tragedy. Now, thirty years later, Nick, Luke and Katie are estranged, yet still bound together by the dark truth of what happened at the river that day. Except some secrets won't stay buried. And when Luke suddenly vanishes and the threatening messages begin, it seems that the strings of the past are tightening around them all. Because someone else knows what they did and is intent on seeking justice, at any cost . . . Praise for Only We Know: 'Only We Know builds handsomely on the promise of The Boy That Never Was, plausibly and hauntingly exploring the extent to which guilt, shame and secrecy can shape, define and eventually destroy lives' Declan Burke, The Irish Times 'This is an intense and subtle story with some wonderfully poetic passages and a character driven plot which becomes more compelling as the sense of momentum gathers and the true version of events is slowly revealed. Gripping stuff' Sunday Mirror 'The power of Only We Know lies in the slow illumination of how, under their flimsy cloaks of adulthood, Katie and Nick and Luke are still the traumatised children of a long-ago day by a river, frozen in time by one event. It raises fascinating questions about who we are at heart, about the degree to which damage and guilt can shape our natures, and about whether - and how - we can be redeemed' Tana French 'Don't be surprised if you devour Only We Know in one sitting' Crime Fiction Lovers
And do you know what she said? She said she wouldn't because it would make you angry and she didn't have the energy to fight you any longer.' 'That's
ridiculous. It's a front. She was always going to take off sooner or later, she was only ever ...
Author: Kate Long
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
Sometimes a secret is too big to hide... Jen is a trainee journalist working on Chester's local paper, dreaming of something bigger. Her sister, Helen, is beautiful but damaged, and hides a secret that has affected the whole family, one they cannot escape but one she is trying to move on from. As Helen learns to become a whole person once again, her family struggles with the past, and how they will move forward together. And Jen realises that the one person she needs to help her through is the one person she cannot have - Helen's boyfriend, Ned… Praise for Kate Long: 'A storyteller in the Joanna Trollope league, Long writes astutely and comically about the complexities of motherhood' Independent 'Warm, witty and wise' Red 'One of the authors that I rush out to buy straight away. I find her work challenging, witty, fresh and real' Adele Parks
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Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA
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What do you do when your world falls apart? Do you give up? Stop existing? Or do you pick up the pieces and start over? Kate and Callum Greyson had the perfect life with everything to live for. Until one stupid argument set into motion, an event that would destroy their perfect little world. As they struggle to pick up the pieces and put their life back together, they discover that the cracks have become too big and neither can take any more. Finn Morgan, is a happy, laid back guy and everything Callum isn't. He is also the last thing Kate needs in her life. Still, he somehow manages to get past her walls and Kate finds him harder and harder to resist. Will Kate find happiness once again with this charming stranger, or can Callum find a way to win back his "Katie." Does the answer lie, Somewhere Only They Know?