"One minute, Oliver "Boo" Dalrymple is next to his locker at school reciting the periodic table from heart; the next he finds himself in "Town," an afterlife exclusively for thirteen year-olds. As Boo works to acclimate himself to his new home, another boy from his hometown--Johnny--appears, seemingly a victim of the same school shooter. A social outcast back in America, Boo quickly finds the friendship and joy that he never knew in life, but as he and Johnny search for the identity of their mysterious murderer, possibly now a fellow resident of Town, they uncover a truth that will have profound repercussions for them both. Beautifully drawn and filled with colorful characters, Boo is a story about finding your place in the world, be it this one or the next"--
@00000327@From the @00000373@New York Times @00000155@and internationally bestselling authors of the Illuminae Files@00000373@ @00000155@comes a new science fiction epic . . .@00000133@@00000341@@00000341@The year is 2380, and the graduating cadets of Aurora Academy are being assigned their first missions. Star pupil Tyler Jones is ready to recruit the squad of his dreams, but his own boneheaded heroism sees him stuck with the dregs nobody else in the academy would touch . . .@00000341@@00000341@A cocky diplomat with a black belt in sarcasm@00000341@A sociopath scientist with a fondness for shooting her bunkmates @00000341@A smart-ass tech whiz with the galaxy's biggest chip on his shoulder@00000341@An alien warrior with anger-management issues@00000341@A tomboy pilot who's @00000373@totally@00000155@ not into him, in case you were wondering@00000341@@00000341@And Ty's squad isn't even his biggest problem--that'd be Aurora Jie-Lin O'Malley, the girl he's just rescued from interdimensional space. Trapped in cryo-sleep for two centuries, Auri is a girl out of time and out of her depth. But she could be the catalyst that starts a war millions of years in the making, and Tyler's squad of losers, discipline cases, and misfits might just be the last hope for the entire galaxy.@00000341@@00000341@NOBODY PANIC.
From the New York Times bestselling author of Girl in Pieces comes a novel about love and loss and learning how to continue when it feels like you're surrounded by darkness that Karen M. McManus, the New York Times bestselling author of One of Us Is Lying , calls "rare and powerful." Here is what happens when your mother dies. It's the brightest day of summer and it's dark outside. It's dark in your house, dark in your room, and dark in your heart. You feel like the darkness is going to split you apart. That's how it feels for Tiger. It's always been Tiger and her mother against the world. Then, on a day like any other, Tiger's mother dies. And now it's Tiger, alone. Here is how you learn to make friends with the dark. " Stunning and beautifully written. "- HelloGiggles " A rare and powerful novel , How to Make Friends with the Dark dives deep into the heart of grief and healing with honesty, empathy, and grace. " -- Karen M. McManus , New York Times bestselling author of One of Us Is Lying and Two Can Keep a Secret " Breathtaking and heartbreaking, and I loved it with all my heart. " -- Jennifer Niven , New York Times bestselling author of All the Bright Places and Holding Up the Universe Praise for Kathleen Glasgow's Girl in Pieces " Girl, Interrupted meets Speak ." --Refinery29.com " One of the most affecting novels we have read." --Goop.com " A haunting, beautiful, and necessary book that will stay with you long after you've read the last page." --Nicola Yoon, #1 New York Times bestselling author of Everything, Everything and The Sun Is Also a Star