This month’s pick is Red Queen by Victoria Aveyard.
The Silvers are the elite and the Reds the poor, it’s the way it has always been. Mare Barrow is a Red, or is she? The King of the Silvers discovers that she is different, a mix of Silver and Red with unique powers. With one foot in each world, Mare tries to change history causing a chaotic, violent event in which she learns one truth: anyone can be betrayed by anyone.
Keven, aka The Poetry Bandit, feels powerless. At home and at school, he is a victim to bullying that no one seems to see, except the school librarian, Mrs. Little. Sometimes in life, all it takes is one person to give you the courage to right what is wrong, and make you see that what you are is truly special.
What is the secret that Lex carries with her since her brother Ty committed suicide? And how does she come to terms with it? This is a healing journey not just for Lex, but for her parents, friends, and Tyler’s friends. It’s a journey of letting go with love.
Joy, an emotionally broken teen, arrives at her Aunt and Uncle’s house after being removed from her Mother by Social Services. After suffering years of physical and emotional abuse, she finally experiences life in a normal family. Slowly, Joy finds the strength to heal and allow love and kindness into her life.
This book is recommended for the mature reader due to the subject matter.