We were liars

In this story, we follow Cadence Sinclair Eastman, one of the children of the Sinclair family. Cadence has been through tuff times, but can always enjoy the summer vacations on the private island of the Sinclairs. Together with her cousin Mirren, nephew Johnny and his half-brother Gat, Cadence forms ‘the Liars’. During their fifteenth summer, Cadence and Gat fall in love. Then something happens, which causes there to be a gap in the story. Throughout her summer, memories emerge, along with family secrets and lots of lies.

Siege and Storm

In Siege and Storm, we follow Alina, just like in Shadow & Bone. She fled with Mal to escape the Darkling. They try to start a new life in another country. Alina must hide her identity in order to not to be found by the Darkling. With the help of an unknown freebooter, they manage to return to Ravka. Alina is determined to do everything she can to fight her enemy. But after using her powerful powers, Alina falls further into the Darkling’s dangerous game.

The Song of Achilles

Imagine Greece in the age of heroes. Patroclus, an awkward young prince, has been exiled to the court of King Peleus and his perfect son Achilles. By all rights their paths should never cross, but Achilles takes the shamed prince as his friend, and as they grow into young men, improving their skills in the arts of war and medicine, their bond blossoms into something deeper – despite the displeasure of Achilles’ mother Thetis, a cruel sea goddess. But then word comes that Helen of Sparta has been kidnapped.

Dear Justyce

This sequel to ‘Dear Martin’ is about Quan and Justyce sending each other letters. Martin studies at Yale and has a bright future ahead of him. This book is about a person of colour who may not be doing everything right but is well-intentioned. Quan is in prison when one day he receives a letter from Justyce. The boys write to each other and Quan hopes that Justyce can help him with the situation he has ended up in.

A Curse So Dark and Lonely

Prince Rhen, the heir to Emberfall, is cursed. Forced to repeat the autumn of his eighteenth year over and over, he can only be freed by love. But at the end of each autumn, he is transformed into a beast hell-bent on destruction, and after so many failed attempts, his kingdom and its people are barely holding on. Harper’s life has never been easy, but she’s learned to be tough enough to survive. She won’t let anything hold her back. But when she is sucked into Rhen’s world, nothing is as it seems. Powerful forces are standing against Emberfall … and it will take more than a broken curse to save it from utter ruin.

You Say It First

You say it first is not your typical romance novel. It follows two teens, Meg and Colby, who could not be more different. Meg has got her whole life in order: she’s got the cute boyfriend, the supportive bestfriend, the good grades and an extremely busy political agenda. Colby, on the other hand, has already graduated highschool and doesn’t really know what he wants in life. Nothing feels the same, himself included, ever since his dad died. So when Colby one night accepts a phonecall from the phonebanking initiative WeCount, asking him if his -dead- dad is already registered to vote, Colby is utterly baffled. Neither Colby nor Meg, the unlucky volunteer at WeCount that night, could have foretold what that phonecall would set in motion.

Among the beasts and briars

In this story, we follow Cerys, the daughter of a gardener. Cerys carries magic with her – with this she can grow beautiful flowers. Unfortunately, this magic was created by a curse, a reminder of the day her mother died in the woods. When her best friend Anwen is getting crowned, the kingdom is under attack by scary creatures from the magical forest. For Cerys is this the beginning to find the Lady of the Forest in order to save the kingdom. But the forest is even more dangerous than she thought, and when many secrets emerge, the only option is to survive.