Showing 1–6 of 6 books

  • Author: John Corey Whaley
  • Highly Illogical Behavior

    Lisa Praytor wants to earn a psychology scholarship by curing her ex-classmate Sol of his agoraphobia. Daymond and Whelan's emotional intensity builds with each chapter as the characters test the boundaries of their newly formed friendship.
  • Highly Illogical Behavior

    Solomon is afraid to leave his house, until one day Lisa barges into his life. She thinks curing Solomon will help her score a scholarship.
  • Noggin

    After having his head removed and frozen until a time when it could be attached to a healthy body, Travis wakes up to find his life has moved on without him. The standout of this narration is how Heyborne excels at conveying the quiet, tender moments of Travis' story.
  • Noggin

    Travis Coates has lost his head—literally. Dying of leukemia, he has had his noggin surgically removed and cryogenically frozen. But when he's revived, all is not the same as it once was.
  • Where Things Come Back

    Witty, sardonic Cullen Witter agonizes over the disappearance of his beloved brother, Gabriel, while everyone else in his stiflingly dull Arkansas town thrills to the apparent return of a long-extinct woodpecker. Kidnapping, bromance, arcane religious texts, and ornithology collide in this ground-breaking coming-of-age tale.
  • Where Things Come Back

    Witty, sardonic Cullen Witter agonizes over the disappearance of his beloved brother, Gabriel, while everyone else in his stiflingly dull Arkansas town thrills to the apparent return of a long-extinct woodpecker. Kidnapping, bromance, arcane religious texts, and ornithology collide in this ground-breaking coming-of-age tale.