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Books, Grimm, New

New things to read

13.05.16 | Comment?

This week we highlight three books we’ve ordered recently that have been getting really good ratings on Goodreads; not surprising really, since they look amazing!

Jerkbait, Mia Siegert. “Even though they’re identical, Tristan isn’t close to his twin Robbie at all—until Robbie tries to kill himself. Forced to share a room to prevent Robbie from hurting himself, the brothers begin to feel the weight of each other’s lives on the ice, and off. Tristan starts seeing his twin not as a hockey star whose shadow Tristan can’t escape, but a struggling gay teen terrified about coming out in the professional sports world. Robbie’s future in the NHL is plagued by anxiety and the mounting pressure from their dad, coach, and scouts, while Tristan desperately fights to create his own future, not as a hockey player but a musical theatre performer. As their season progresses and friends turn out to be enemies, Robbie finds solace in an online stranger known only as “Jimmy2416.” Between keeping Robbie’s secret and saving him from taking his life, Tristan is given the final call: sacrifice his dream for a brother he barely knows, or pursue his own path. How far is Robbie willing to go—and more importantly, how far is Tristan willing to go to help him?” (goodreads.com)

Outrun the Moon, Stacey Lee. Our library supplier suggests that if you loved Code Name Verity (which we did!) you should have a look at this one. Okay! Set in San Francisco in 1906, Outrun the Moon tells the story of Mercy Wong who manages to get a place at a prestigious school, only for life in the city to be completely changed by the great San Francisco earthquake. With the city under martial law, Mercy proves herself to be a person of action and initiative, helping her community survive the tragedy.

Suffer Love, Ashley Herring Blake. This is perfect for “fans of Susane Colasanti, Kasie West, and Lauren Barnholt,” says our library supplier. A love story about Hadley and Sam, who find each other (even though they really aren’t looking) in the midst of their complicated family upheavals. Surrounded by hurt, betrayal and secrets, can their growing romance survive?


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