Gloom

A Light in the Darkness
By Serenity Williams

In Gloom: A Light in the Darkness by Serenity Williams, there is a character in the beginning and throughout who just does not want to get out of bed. The character does not even crave food. The character’s mother says it is depression. But, the...

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Good Air

By Britt Nunes

Molly’s life is not one worth bragging about, but it is what she has and it is hers. Target of school gossip and verbal torment, she keeps as much to herself as possible. As long as she and her brothers can survive, as long as...

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Gold Shadow

Bronze Rebellion Book 1
By L.C. Perry

Two young women, from opposite ends of the spectrum, are set to collide in L.C. Perry's dystopian fiction Gold Shadow (Bronze Rebellion Book 1). Eighteen-year-old Ebony, born a slave, has only ever known the horrors and struggle for survival underground as a slave in the...

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Glistens

By Chess Desalls

Glistens by Chess Desalls is a spellbinding paranormal YA novella. Marion is a fairy, known as a Glisten. She is infatuated with Endrick Sparks, a summer school classmate. When she is placed with her best friend, Sal, and Endrick on a last-chance assignment, she feels...

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Gerlinda

By Emily-Jane Hills Orford

Gerlinda is an historical novel written for preteens and new young adults by Emily-Jane Hills Orford. Gerlinda was a bit of an outcast at Chambers Elementary School. The eighth-grader wore a dress that was tattered and shabby, and had probably never been washed. She smelled...

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Grendel's Mother

By Diana Stout

Grendel’s Mother by Diana Stout is, literally, the story of the mother of Grendel, but it is much more than an enchanting fantasy. It is a powerful argument against social injustice shown through the eyes of a teenager of only fifteen, who dreams of freedom...

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Girl of Shadow

By Holly N. Chavez

Girl of Shadow by Holly Chavez shows what would happen if our world was destroyed. Following a cast of interesting and intriguing characters, we learn what life would be like. The Boss rules with a iron fist, keeping his people in line using fear. His...

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General Houston's Little Spy

A Texas Revolution Story
By Cara Skinner

General Houston's Little Spy: A Texas Revolution Story is a young adult historical fiction novel written by Cara Skinner. Samantha Russell was born in 1819. Her parents had a large family and Samantha was the middle child. They had a good life working the family...

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Goalden Sky

By Tracey Morait

Goalden Sky is a short novel by Tracey Morait which is the sequel to the young adult tale, Goalden Girl. Set in the UK in contemporary times, the novel’s young protagonist is Gemma Sutherland, a keen female footballer who has already fought for and won...

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Good and Evil

By Lacey Deaver

Good & Evil by Lacey Deaver is an excellent book. Jack Krantz is the 'disbelieving in God,' mean man. Tyler Emerson strongly believes in God and always does the right thing. Jack is a very rich man and wants to become richer, even if it...

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