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We do have a copy of the Necronomicon, Night Reign ( nightreign : mod blog), but it is Canterlot property. For the record David ( discordeddavid : RP blog), fighting a tree rat involves lots of biting; Sir Pendragon less so.
The security varies: some entities are allowed liberties, Aionis Finsternis ( aionisfinsternis : mod blog? ), while others need safeguards, malum-necesse (mod blog). The first rule of Luna’s training is “Watch where your hooves go”, askblazesong (mod/RP blog).
Finally, we apologize for your sister being unable to touch the statues, Silver Quill (asksilverquillandblueberrytart : inactive blog), but it was for her own safety.
Adrenaline Crush by Laurie Boyle Crompton Publisher: Farrar Straus Giroux Release date: September 23rd When daredevil teen Dyna pushes herself too far and splinters her ankle in a terrible fall, she must choose between two boys: the one who wants to keep her safe, and the one who dares her to return to her old self.
Afterworlds by Scott Westerfeld Publisher: Simon Pulse Release date: September 23rd The Afterworld is a place between the living and the dead and as Lizzie drifts between our world and that of the Afterworld, she discovers that many unsolved - and terrifying - stories need to be reconciled.
The Bodies We Wear (The Bodies We Wear #1) by Jeyn Roberts Publisher: Knopf Books for Young Readers Release date: September 23rd After dealers forced Heam on her and her best friend, Christian, resulting in Christian’s death, Faye vowed to take revenge. But when a mysterious man named Chael appears, Faye’s plan suddenly gets a lot more complicated.
The Emissary by Kristal Shaff Publisher: Month9Books Release date: September 23rd Seventeen-year-old Nolan Trividar traitorously hides his power rather than join the King’s army. But his peace is short lived when they discover that undead creatures, their own decreasing powers, and even the king, are all connected.
Firebug (Firebug #1) by Lish McBride Publisher: Henry Holt Release date: September 23rd Ava is a firebug—she can start fires with her mind. Which would all be well and good if she weren’t caught in a deadly contract with the Coterie, a magical mafia. She’s one of their main hit men… and she doesn’t like it one bit.
How to Build a Girl by Caitlin Moran Publisher: HarperCollins Release date: September 23rd Joanna Morrigan decides to rebuild herself. But what happens when Johanna realizes she’s built Dolly with a fatal flaw? Is a box full of records, a wall full of posters, and a head full of paperbacks enough to build a girl after all?
In a Handful of Dust (Not a Drop to Drink #2) by Mindy McGinnis Publisher: Katherine Tegen Books Release date: September 23rd When disease burns through their community, Lucy and her adoptive mother Lynn set out west to face hunger, mountains, deserts, betrayal, and a world so vast Lucy fears she could disappear in a handful of dust.
Lark Rising (Guardians of Tarnec #1) by Sandra Waugh Publisher: Random House Release date: September 23rd Lark Carew is happiest close to home, gathering herbs for medicines. But when her Sight warns her that monsters called Troths will soon invade her village, Lark is summoned to seek help from the legendary Riders of Tarnec.
Messenger of Fear (Messenger of Fear #1) by Michael Grant Publisher: Katherine Tegen Books Release date: September 23rd I remembered my name – Mara. But, standing in that ghostly place, faced with the solemn young man in the black coat with silver skulls for buttons, I could recall nothing else about myself. And then the games began.
On a Clear Day by Walter Dean Myers Publisher: Crown Books for Young Readers Release date: September 23rd Dahlia, a computer whiz, joins forces with an ex-rocker, an ex-con, a chess prodigy, an ex-athlete, and a soldier wannabe. Their goal: to sabotage the C-8. But how will Sayeed, warlord and terrorist, fit into the equation?
Remember Me (Find Me #2) by Romily Bernard Publisher: HarperTeen Release date: September 23rd Wick had thought her troubles were over, but not only is she embroiled in a new murder case, but she also discovers new evidence surrounding her mother’s suicide. The pressure builds as secrets climb to the surface.
Salt & Storm by Kendall Kulper Publisher: Little, Brown Books for Young Readers Release date: September 23rd Avery Roe wants to take her place as the witch of Prince Island, making the charms that keep the island’s whalers safe at sea. When Avery dreams she’s to be murdered, she knows time is running out to unlock her magic.
Shadows Fall Away by Kit Forbes Publisher: Month9Books Release date: September 23rd When Mark Stewart’s parents ship him off to London to stay with his aunt Agatha who is obsessed with all things Jack the Ripper, a strange twist of luck causes Mark to find himself transported to Victorian London.
Skink - No Surrender (Skink #7) by Carl Hiaasen Publisher: Knopf Books for Young Readers Release date: September 23rd Richard knows his cousin Malley is in trouble. When Wild Skink and Richard team up to track her down, the unlikely pair scour the state, undaunted by blinding storms, crazed pigs, flying bullets, and giant gators.
Tabula Rasa by Kristen Lippert-Martin Publisher: Egmont USA Release date: September 23rd Sixteen-year-old Sarah has been undergoing a cutting-edge procedure that will render her a tabula rasa—a blank slate. When her surgery is interrupted Sarah must piece together why someone would want her erased.
Unmade (The Lynburn Legacy #3) by Sarah Rees Brennan Publisher: Random House Release date: September 23rd Kami must use every tool at her disposal to stop Rob Lynburn. With Rusty, Angela, and Holly, she uncovers a secret that might be the key. But with knowledge comes responsibility—and a painful choice.
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