Me Before You by Jojo Moyes

  We waited until the auditorium was empty, then I wheeled him out, down to the car park in the lift, loaded Will up without incident. I didn’t say much; my head was still ringing with the music, and I didn’t want it to fade/ I kept thinking back to it, the way that Will’s…

ELEVATED by ELANA JOHNSON

    I HITCHED UP MY SKIRT, Ran toward Jesse as the elevator doors slithered open. “Wait!” I made it inside before the doors closed, Adjusted my dress so I was covered. “Spill it, Jess.” Jesse studied his ruined knuckles, Said nothing. “What’s the deal? I can make you bleed some more.” He slid a…

KETCHUP CLOUDS – ANNABEL PITCHER

  1 Fiction Road Bath September 17th Dear Mr. Harris, For once my legs aren’t digging into the tiles because I picked up my pillow before I tiptoed out of the house. I put it on top of the box and it’s quite comfy even though it’s a bit damp. I must have been seating…

The Prince – The Selection Series(0.5) by Kiera Cass

    With no warning whatsoever, tears began streaming down Daphne’s face. I looked around the room, trying to find an explanation or solution, feeling more and more uncomfortable every moment. “Please tell me you’re not going to follow through with this, Maxon. You can’t,” she pleaded. “What are you talking about?” I asked desperately….

The Mortal Instruments- City of Bones by Cassandra Clare

    “Magnus Bane? But- that’s not even a name!” It is enough. Brother Jeremiah got to his feet. As if this were a signal, the rest of the brothers rose alongside him. They inclined their heads toward Jace, a gesture of silent acknowledgement, before they filed away among the pillars and were gone. Only Brother…

The Mistake- Elle Kennedy

    The bell over the door dings loudly, and my head involuntarily swivels toward it, then immediately swivels back. I hunch over, hoping my hair will shield my face from view of the newcomers. The newcomers being Logan and four of his friends. Crap. Maybe he won’t notice me. Maybe I can sneak out…

I`ll Give You The Sun – Jandy Nelson

  He keeps stopping to pick up rocks, examining them, and then either touching them back or stuffing them in his sweatshirt pocket, which is starting to sag with the weight. I stand by when he does this, wanting to ask what he’s searching for. Wanting to ask why he followed me. Wanting to ask…

All Fall Down – Ally Carter

“What are you up to?” I say, my voice light. “Your grandfather and I are going to watch a movie later, but we only have it on-aha!” She pulls an old projector off one of the high shelves. It’s ancient, and dust cascades down onto her perfect suit. No one has used it in ages,…

The Lost Symbol- Dan Brown

Robert Langdon had entered the Capital Rotunda many times in his life, but never at a full sprint. As he ran through the north entrance, he spotted a group of tourists clustered in the center of the room. A small boy was screaming, and his parents were trying to console him. Others were crowding around,…