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New Arrivals - Teen Audio Books

Seventeen-year-old Margaret "Cuckoo" Clark keeps a journal detailing the trials and tribulations of high school life as she and her close-knit group of outcast friends try to break down the barriers between their school's "warring nations.".

Seventeen-year-old Gwen, who has been living with her grandfather in Manhattan while she attends music school, joins up with another music student to solve the mystery when her grandfather suddenly goes missing.

Fifteen-year-old Zeeta comes to terms with her flighty mother and their itinerant life when, soon after moving to Ecuador, she helps an American teenager find his birth father in a nearby village.

As Grace hides the vast depth of her love for Sam from her parents and Sam struggles to release his werewolf past and claim a human future, a new wolf named Cole wins Isabel's heart but his own past threatens to destroy the whole pack.

"Michael and his friends, Sarah and Bryson, are still being chased by a cyber-terrorist. And now the government is after them, too"-- Provided by publisher.

Tavia is an Earthbound: a fallen goddess with the power to remake the Earth. A rival faction has created a virus that is literally wiping the planet out of existence. Tavia is captured and imprisoned before she can act on this, along with her eternal lover, Logan. They are rescued and taken to the Curatoria, an Earthbound faction that Tavia doesn't trust. There, she's told that she can save the Earth. But, as her abilities continue to awaken, they begin to threaten her relationship with Logan.

Tavia is the sole survivor of the plane crash that killed her parents. She starts to see strange visions of a boy, and starts to research her past. She discovers that the aunt and uncle may have actually been responsible for the plane crash. Now, Tavia is on the run with no one to trust, except for her best friend and crush, Benson. The world is literally falling apart and that to save it she will have to unite with the boy in her visions. Only problem? To do so would mean rejecting Benson.

It's senior year, and the school's queen bee suddenly falls victim to uncontrollable tics. Her mystery illness quickly spreads, and more students and symptoms follow: seizures, hair loss, violent coughing fits. Only Colleen Rowley, who's been reading The Crucible, realizes what nobody else does: Danvers was once Salem Village, where another group of girls suffered from a similarly bizarre epidemic three centuries ago.