New eBooks and Audiobooks in Sora!

We’re always adding new eBooks and Audiobooks to the CA Library collection in the Sora digital reading app, especially as we wait for new books to hit the New Books shelves in the library — our digital library is open 24/7!

Take a look at the latest eBooks available in your Sora account, including these great titles:

cover_imageDeepfake by Sarah Littman — Dara Simons and Will Halpern are head of the senior class at Greenpoint High, competitors for valedictorian, but also dating each other — a fact that they kept secret until Rumor Has It, an anonymous gossip site, spilled the beans. But worse is to come when the site posts a video that seems to show Dara accusing Will of paying someone to take the SAT for him. Suddenly Will is under investigation, his relationship with Dara is on the rocks, and it becomes imperative to find out who is responsible for the fake video and why they are trying to wreck two lives. “Part mystery and part family drama, with a dollop of techno-thriller thrown in” (School Library Journal). Get the eBook

cover_imageForgive Me Not by Jennifer Baker — Set in an alternate version of Queens, N.Y., fifteen-year-old Violetta must participate in the Trials, a series of tests meant to push her to the edge, to atone for her sister’s death. “Baker makes a powerful and passionate statement about real justice, embedded in a well-constructed plot populated by vivid characters” (Booklist). Get the eBook | Get the Audiobook

cover_imageI Loved You In Another Life by David Arnold — Bestselling author David Arnold returns with a poignant love story about two teens whose souls come together time and again through the ages. Evan Taft has plans; take a gap year in Alaska, make sure his little brother and single mother are taken care of, and continue therapy to process his father’s departure. Shosh Bell has dreams; a high school theater legend, she’s headed to performing arts college in LA, a star on the rise. But when a drunk driver takes her sister’s life, that star fades to black. Over it all, transcending time and space, a celestial bird brings these strangers together. “Both lyrical and devastating, the narrative’s focus on love and its apparent inevitability helps to lighten the intense tragedies the characters face” (Booklist). Get the eBook | Get the Audiobook

cover_imageIf You’ll Have Me by Eunnie — Momo Gardner is the kind of friend who’s always ready to lend a helping hand. She’s introverted, sensitive, and maybe a little too trusting, but she likes to believe the best in people. PG, on the other hand, is a bit of a lone wolf, despite her reputation for being a flirt and a player. An unexpected meet-cute brings the two together, kicking off the beginning of an awkward yet endearing courtship. “An absolutely charming graphic novel for anyone interested in romance and relationship building” (Booklist). Get the eBook

cover_imageNine Liars by Maureen Johnson — Stevie Bell solved the case of Truly Devious, and now she’s taking her detecting skills abroad when she becomes embroiled in a mystery from 1990s England. Nine friends from Cambridge University went to a country house and played a game of hide-and-seek. Two were found murdered in the woodshed the next day. The case was assumed to be a burglary gone wrong, but one of the remaining seven saw something she can’t explain. This was no break-in. Someone’s lying about what happened in the woodshed. “Johnson delivers another satisfying mystery, with diverse characters, authentic depictions of mental health, and friends holding one another accountable for their actions in loving, supportive ways” (School Library Journal Xpress). Get the eBook | Get the Audiobook

cover_imageThe Only Girl In Town by Ally Condie — When teen July Fielding discovers everyone in her hometown disappeared, her only chance to unravel the mystery is a series of objects, each a reminder of the people she loved most. “July’s raw and sometimes unreliable narration amps up the suspense in this cleverly rendered speculative read” (Publishers Weekly). Get the Audiobook

cover_imageThe Q by Amy Tintera — In this action-packed adventure, two teenagers from opposite worlds must fight their way through a vast walled quarantine zone in a dystopian America. When the president’s son, Lennon, is kidnapped and pushed out of an airplane over the Q, Maisie gives him a seventy-two hour vaccine and together they fight their way through the Q in order to survive. “Tintera grounds this wildly inventive, cinematic read rooted in a near-future, post-pandemic world that sharply echoes contemporary society” (Publishers Weekly). Get the eBook | Get the Audiobook

cover_imageThin Air by Kellie M. Parker — Eight hours. Twelve contestants. A flight none of them might survive. A flight to Paris full of teenagers seeking opportunity turns deadly in this suspenseful, locked-door YA thriller. Perfect for fans of Diana Urban, Karen McManus, and Jessica Goodman. “Filled with twists and dread, this novel will thrill those curious about the dark side of human nature and what it means to be a survivor” (Booklist). Get the eBook | Get the Audiobook

cover_imageVicious Spirits by Kat Cho — In this companion to Cho’s Wicked Fox, an addictive fantasy-romance set in modern-day Seoul, Miyoung and Jihoon are picking up the pieces of their broken lives after the events of Wicked Fox have upended the forces that govern life and death — supernatural entities lurking in the background that will stop at nothing to right their world. “Once again Cho artfully balances Korean-inspired folktales, K-drama motifs, emotionally complex characters, and unpredictable plot twists” (Kirkus Reviews). Get the Audiobook

Wrath Becomes Her by Aden Polydoros — Lithuania, 1943. A father drowns in the all-consuming grief of a daughter killed by the Nazis. He can’t bring Chaya back from the dead, but he can use kishuf — an ancient and profane magic — to create a golem in her image. A golem to avenge her death. “Polydoros’ historical horror fantasy, informed by Jewish mythology, is a terrifying, thought-provoking book that will linger in the reader’s mind for a long time” (Booklist). Get the Audiobook

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