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New Audiobooks

Wed, 08/12/2020 - 11:36am -- seclark

Hey Teens and Happy Wednesday! There is a waitlist for popular new ebook titles but there are many new audiobook titles available. Check out the list below on OverDrive and as always click on the links below for many more titles. 

Sisters of Sword and Song by Rebecca Ross 

After eight years, Evadne will finally be reunited with her older sister, Halcyon, who has been serving in the queen's army. But when Halcyon unexpectedly appears a day early, Eva knows something is wrong. Halcyon has charged with a heinous crime, and though her life is spared, she is sentenced to 15 years.

Suspicious of the charges, brought forth by Halcyon's army commander, as well as the details of the crime, Eva volunteers to take part of her sister's sentence. If there's a way to absolve Halcyon, she'll find it. But as the sisters begin their sentences, they quickly learn that there are fates worse than death.


The June Boys by Court Stevens

This audiobook edition includes:

  • The full-length, stand-alone Young Adult suspense novel
  • A bonus "interview" with one of the Gemini Thief survivors
  • A Q&A between Court Stevens and Ruta Sepetys, author of the #1 New York Times bestseller Out of the Easy

The Gemini Thief could be anyone.

Your father, your mother, your best friend's crazy uncle.

Some country music star's deranged sister. Anyone.

Someone is stealing Tennessee's boys.

REPORT SUSPICIOUS BEHAVIOR.

The Gemini Thief is a serial kidnapper, who takes three boys and holds them captive from June 1st to June 30th of the following year. The June...

The Voice in My Head by Dana L. Davis 

She can feel sorry for herself.
Or she can listen...to the voice in her head.

For Indigo Phillips, life has always been about basking in the shadow of her identical twin, Violet—the perfectly dressed, gentle, popular sister. The only problem the girls had in their lives was the occasional chaos that came with being part of the Phillips family brood. But when Violet becomes terminally ill and plans to die on her own terms via medically assisted death, Indigo spirals into desperation in her efforts to cope. That's when she begins to hear a mysterious voice—a voice claiming to be God. The Voice insists that if she takes Violet to a remote rock formation in the Arizona desert, her sister will live.
Incredibly, Violet agrees to go—if their dysfunctional family tags along for the ride. With all nine members stuffed into a wonky old paratransit bus, including their controlling older sister and distant mother, Indigo must find a way to face insecurities she's spent a lifetime masking and step up to lead the trip. As she deals with outrageous mishaps, strange lodgings and even stranger folks along the way, Indigo will figure out how to come to terms with her sister, her family...and the voice in her head.

Obsessed: A Memoir of My Life with OCD by Allison Britz

Until sophomore year of high school, fifteen-year-old Allison Britz lived a comfortable life in an idyllic town. She was a dedicated student with tons of extracurricular activities, friends, and loving parents at home. But after awakening from a vivid nightmare in which she was diagnosed with brain cancer, she was convinced the dream had been a warning. Allison believed that she must do something to stop the cancer in her dream from becoming a reality. It started with avoiding sidewalk cracks and quickly grew to counting steps as loudly as possible. Over the following weeks, her brain listed more dangers and fixes. She had to avoid hair dryers, calculators, cell phones, computers, anything green, bananas, oatmeal, and most of her own clothing. Unable to act "normal," the once-popular Allison became an outcast. Her parents questioned her behavior, leading to explosive fights. When notebook paper, pencils, and most schoolbooks were declared dangerous to her health, her GPA imploded, along with her plans for the future. Finally, she allowed herself to ask for help and was diagnosed with obsessive-compulsive disorder. This brave memoir tracks Allison's descent and ultimately hopeful climb out of the depths.

That Summer by Sarah Dessen 

The more things change...

As far as Haven is concerned, there's just too much going on.

Everything is changing, and she's not sure where she fits in. Her father is getting married to the local weather woman. Her sister Ashley is engaged to a man who's just...boring. And Haven, at 15, is nearly six feet tall and still growing.

Then Ashley's old boyfriend shows up, sparking memories of the summer when they were all happy and everything was perfect....

Or was it?

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