All New and Just For You!
Ninety-five days, and then I'll be safe.
I wonder whether the procedure will
hurt. I want to get it over with. It's
hard to be patient. It's hard not to
be afraid while I'm still uncured,
though so far the deliria hasn't
touched me yet. Still, I worry.
They say that in the old days,
love drove people to madness.
The deadliest of all deadly things:
It kills you both when you have it
and when you don't.
Up until senior year, Greg has
maintained total social invisibility.
He only has one friend, Earl, and
together they spend their time—
when not playing video games and
avoiding Earl’s terrifying brothers—
making movies, their own versions
of Coppola and Herzog cult classics.
Greg would be the first one to tell
you his movies are terrible, but he
and Earl don’t make them for other
people. Until Rachel.
In a future world, vampires reign.
Humans are blood cattle. And one
girl will search for the key to save
humanity. Allison Sekemoto survives
in the Fringe, the outermost circle
of a vampire city. By day, she and
her crew scavenge for food. By night,
any one of them could be eaten.
Faced with her own mortality, Allie
becomes what she despises most.
To survive, she must learn the rules
of being immortal, including the most
important: go long enough without
human blood, and you will go mad.
Galen, a Syrena prince, searches land
for a girl he's heard can communicate
with fish. It’s while Emma is on
vacation at the beach that she
Although their connection is
immediate and powerful, Galen's
not fully convinced that Emma's
the one he's been looking for.
That is, until a deadly encounter
with a shark proves that Emma
and her Gift may be the only
thing that can save his kingdom.
Fourteen-year-old Zach Harriman
can feel the changes. The sharpening
of his senses. The incredible strength.
The speed, as though he can
textmessage himself across miles.
The confidence and the strange
need to patrol Central Park at night.
His dad had been a hero, a savior to
America and a confidante of the president.
Then he died, and the changes began
in Zach. What Zach never knew was
that his father was no ordinary
man-he was a superhero, battling
the world's evil.
I am no longer trapped in the darkness.
But the darkness is still trapped inside
me. We did it. We cracked the gates,
escaped from Furnace. We're out, but
we're not free. Not yet. Now the whole
city is in lockdown — the roads sealed,
the police scouring every building.
And there are worse things here —
creatures of unimaginable fury hunting
us down. An unholy army,
sent by Alfred Furnace himself.