Take a look at the CA Library collection in your Sora account — you’ll find thousands of eBooks and audiobooks across many different genres, including:
- Best Fiction For Teens
- New York Times Bestsellers
- Most Popular
- Suspenseful Thrillers
- Historical Fiction
- Humorous Stories
- Science Fiction
- Biography and Autobiography
…and more! You can also browse the latest audiobooks in Sora, including these new titles:
Blood Circus by Camila Victoire — In this lush and terrifying debut — perfect for readers of The Hunger Games and Children of Blood and Bone — Camila Victoire creates a future where cruelty and spectacle hold the keys to subjugating humans on a ravaged earth. “Pointedly questioning what it is to be human, this absorbing debut expresses profound longing for the disappearing wild” (Kirkus Reviews).
Maybe Meant To Be by K.L Walther — Everyone at the Bexley School believes that Sage Morgan and Charlie Carmichael are meant to be. Even though Charlie seems to have a new girlfriend every month, and Sage has never had a real relationship, their friends and family all know it’s just a matter of time until they realize that they are actually in love. “Surprisingly and entertainingly depicts mature views on life, friendship, and romancs” (Kirkus Reviews).
The Near Witch by Victoria Schwab — Part fairy tale, part love story, Victoria Schwab’s debut novel is entirely original yet achingly familiar. Sixteen-year-old Lexi, who lives on an enchanted moor at the edge of the village of Near, must solve the mystery when, the day after a mysterious boy appears in town, children start disappearing. “Set in an undefined past, this will appeal to fans of literarily haunting vibes and romance” (Kirkus Reviews).
Something Close To Magic by Emma Mills — Seventeen-year-old Aurelie, a baker’s apprentice, reluctantly agrees to assist a bounty hunter named Iliana and finds herself on an adventure full of magic, new friendships, and a prince in distress. “With a unique world, characters to root for, and a deftly written plot, this book is highly recommended — especially for Dungeons & Dragons enthusiasts” (School Library Journal).
The Summer I Turned Pretty series by Jenny Han — Now an original series on Amazon Prime Video! Belly has an unforgettable summer in this new series from the bestselling author of To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before Jenny Han. “The Summer I Turned Pretty offers a hard-to-resist combination — a beach house, summer love, enduring friendship. A deliciously sweet read” (Deb Caletti, author of Girl, Unframed and The Epic Story of Every Living Thing).
The Summer of Broken Rules by K.L. Walther — This BookTok sensation is perfect for fans of Jenny Han’s The Summer I Turned Pretty and Sarah Dessen’s Along for the Ride! Even though she is still grieving over her sister’s death, eighteen-year-old Meredith Fox plans to reconnect with family and friends when they gather on Martha’s Vineyard for her cousin’s big wedding — unless she gets distracted by a week-long game of Assassin and a handsome groomsman. “The mix of budding romance, competitive hijinks, a close-knit circle, as well as dealing with loss make for a satisfying read” (Kirkus Reviews).
What Happened On Hicks Road by Hannah Jayne — Lennox Oliver is loving her new life in California. For the first time, she feels normal. She has friends, and a maybe boyfriend and best of all no one knows the truth about her past and what happened to her mom. But everything changes the night after a party when a drive on the supposedly haunted Hicks Road turns deadly and Lennox hits something…or someone. “A fast-paced thriller that will have readers questioning what’s real” (Kirkus Reviews).
What Happens After Midnight by K.L. Walther — From the bestselling author of The Summer of Broken Rules comes a new coming-of-age romance about senior year, first love, and finding yourself. To help pull off an epic end-of-year-prank before boarding school graduation, model student Lily Hopper must work closely with her ex-boyfriend, for whom she still has feelings, especially when they are caught red-handed and must face the consequences together. “Walther fills this edge-of-summer rom-com with mischief and mayhem, delivering swift action and a swoony second-chance romance perfect for soon-to-be-grads suffering from senioritis” (Publishers Weekly).
When The Sky Fell On Splendor by Emily Henry — Seventeen-year-old Franny and her friends, The Ordinary, fill their time in traumatized Splendor, Ohio, filming their investigations of local legends for YouTube, but when they investigate a cosmic event, everything changes. “Fraught with both hidden and not-so-hidden darkness, this plot has them all, and readers will be drawn to this fast-paced page-turner. Henry has crammed plenty of atmospheric, small-town spookiness into her book” (School Library Journal).
You Won’t Believe Me by Cyn Balog — Brace yourself for the unexpected in this chilling novel that will thrill suspense and horror readers alike! Willow can’t remember what landed her in captivity, but she’ll do anything to survive. “A timely, chilling story that explores fear and consequences . . . will leave readers questioning what’s real” (Kirkus Reviews).