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More than anything, Raven wishes for a knight to rescue her from a life of abuse. On her seventeenth birthday, her mom’s boyfriend attacks her. Mom blames Raven and kicks her out into a bitter winter night. As Raven struggles with the aftermath of betrayal, her knight appears in the form of a concerned teacher. But people are not always what they seem.
Suzanne Costigan is excited about her first novel for young adults, Empty Cup. Visit her online.
In the wake of global economic collapse, a new law requires every citizen to accept a commerce chip insertion in One Bright Future: Enslavement. When Rielle James’s family refuses, her parents are arrested, her siblings seized, and Rielle is sold into a legalized form of slavery.
Melinda Friesen writes short stories and novels for teens. Visit her online.
What Nate discovers in a hidden box labelled, "Garden Supplies" baffles him. Especially a map highlighting a route marked "Shipment #35—GOLD." It`s the same route where his grandfather died four months ago. Following Gramp’s clues Nate and his friend Simon sneak away on a Greyhound bus in search of lost treasure.
Missing in Paradise is the first middle grade novel from award winning non-fiction author, Larry Verstraete. Visit him online.