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  • Author: Patrick Ness
  • Ask and the Answer

    While searching for each other, Todd and Viola must try to save New World from two hostile forces, “The Ask” and “The Answer.”  Dawe and Podehl's alternating narratives capture the chaos and tension of a world on the brink of war.
  • The Ask and the Answer

    When Todd and Viola are forced to leave everything familiar behind, their flight across their newly settled planet triggers a long-simmering conflict. Ness explores xenophobia, colonialism, war, reconciliation, and control of access to technology in this gripping trilogy.
  • The Knife of Never Letting Go: Chaos Walking

    Todd Hewitt is the last boy in a town of all men. In a town where everyone can hear each other's thoughts what kind of secrets can be kept?
  • The Knife of Never Letting Go: Chaos Walking

    Todd Hewitt is the last boy in a town of all men. In a town where everyone can hear each other's thoughts what kind of secrets can be kept?
  • A Monster Calls

    Conor, coping with his mother's progressing cancer, is visited at night by a monster who craves the exchange of stories. Isaacs's monster growls as Conor grieves, and his resonant voice mirrors the mood originally set by the book's illustrations, which are included on an accompanying bonus disc.
  • A Monster Calls

    The monster comes for Conor just after midnight, again and again. That is, until he's ready to share how he feels about his mom's cancer.
  • Monsters of Men

    When Todd and Viola are forced to leave everything familiar behind, their flight across their newly settled planet triggers a long-simmering conflict. Ness explores xenophobia, colonialism, war, reconciliation, and control of access to technology in this gripping trilogy.
  • More Than This

    Seth dies and then wakes up in what he believes to be hell, alone, naked, and confused in a seemingly deserted world.
  • The Rest of Us Just Live Here

    With prom and graduation weeks away, Mikey and his friends just want to enjoy their final days together, but another story is unfolding, one that involves their classmates, a mysterious blue light, and the end of the world. Fouhey brings out the tension and anguish that carry this book forward to its surprising conclusion.
  • The Rest of Us Just Live Here

    With prom and graduation weeks away, Mikey and his friends just want to enjoy their final days together, but another story is unfolding, one that involves their classmates, a mysterious blue light, and the end of the world.
  • The Rest of Us Just Live Here

    While the indie kids fight evil forces in town, Mikey and his friends are just waiting for graduation, but even they are drawn into the mysterious happenings in their town.