Forgive Me, Leonard Peacock by Matthew Quick
A day in the life of a suicidal teen boy saying good-bye to the four people who matter most to him.
The Murder Notebooks: Dead Time by Anne Cassidy
Five years after seventeen-year-old Rose's mother and Joshua's father disappeared, when the step-siblings reconnect in London, Rose witnesses two murders which she fears are linked to coded notebooks Joshua has found and his investigation of the disappearance.
Noggin by John Corey Whaley
After dying at age sixteen, Travis Coates' head was removed and frozen for five years before being attached to another body, and now the old Travis and the new must find a way to coexist while figuring out changes in his relationships.
The Lost Sun by Tessa Gratton
In an alternate U.S.A. (the United States of Asgard), Soren Bearskin, the son of an infamous beserker, and Astrid Glyn, daughter of a renowned seer, embark on a road trip to find Baldur, the missing god whose absence has caused panic throughout the country.
Guy in Real Life by Steve Brezenoff
Lesh and Svetlana, two teens from St. Paul, Minnesota, are adrift in a sea of social coterie, desperate for something to change. When they crash into one another in a drunken bicycle accident at two am, they don't yet know how close they are to finding it. For now, Svetlana is simply looking for a fifth member to legitimize the Central High School Gaming Club, and Lesh is looking to escape his being grounded for said drunkenness by entering, reluctantly, the world of online role playing games. Lesh's gaming life takes an interesting turn as, unable to figure out how to speak to Svetlana, he "becomes" her in-game. When real life and in-game life inevitably become entwined, Lesh and Svetlana both start to realize that the lines they draw to keep their lives in order are not so easy to maintain. Especially when you no longer understand why you drew them in the first place.