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Eran Sharon knows nothing of his father. Now a senior in high school and living with his protective but tight-lipped mother, Eran is a passionate young man deeply interested in social justice . He organizes a peaceful protest but when heated moment at the protest goes viral, a reporter connects the Sharon family to a tragedy fifteen years earlier — and asks if Eran is anything like his father, a supposed terrorist. Soon enough, Eran is wondering the same thing. Timely and powerful, this novel confronts the prejudices, fears, and strengths of family and community, striking right to the heart of what makes us who we are.
Hey YA Readers!
Your weekend needs some new, cheap ebooks. Here’s a roundup of some of the best YA ebook deals going now. Prices are current as of Friday morning.
Grab Nic Stone’s vital Dear Martin for $2.
- Emily Lloyd-Jones’s The Bone Houses, which looks excellently creepy, is $3.
- If you’re looking for something perfect for the spooky season, grab Kiersten White’s The Dark Descent of Elizabeth Frankenstein for $2.
- Roshani Chokski’s first book The Star-Touched Queen is $3. Perfect if you love lush fantasy and romance.
- Want a take on the serial killer story? Barry Lyga’s I Hunt Killers would be a great pick. $2.
- Neal Shusterman’s Bruiser is $3.
- Brigadoon, but for YA readers? You can have it in Doon by Carey Corp and Lorie Langdon for $2.
- “Black Swan meets Paranormal Activity” is the pitch for The Dark Beneath Ice by Amelinda Bérubé. $2.
- Amish horror? Indeed. Pick up Laura Bickle’s The Hallowed Ones for $3.
Nova Ren Suma’s deliciously creepy The Walls Around Us is $2.
- Jason Segel and Kirsten Miller’s Otherworld is comped to Ready Player One. Snag it for $2.
- Teens competing to go to Jupiter? That sounds awesome. Alexandra Monir’s The Final Six is $2.
- Bree Barton’s Heart of Thorns is $2.
- If you need a vampire fix, Vampire Academy‘s first book is $3.
- Cynthia Leitich Smith’s Hearts Unbroken, which is a fabulous #OwnVoices novel, is about bigotry, cultural heritage, and acts of resistance. $3.
Thanks for hanging out, and we’ll see you again Monday!