Heir of Fire by Sarah J. Maas
Royal assassin Celaena must travel to a new land to confronta truth about her heritage, while brutal and monstrous forces are gathering on the horizon, intent on enslaving her world. Series: Throne of Glass, Book 3
All the Bright Places by Jennifer Niven
From the publisher: "Told in alternating voices, when Theodore Finch and Violet Markey meet on the ledge of the bell tower at school, both teetering on the edge, it's the beginning of an unlikely relationship, a journey to discover the "natural wonders" of the state of Indiana, and two teens' desperate desire to heal and save one another"
Guinness World Record 2017
Who doesn't love reading about obscure and/or disgusting world records? Records, superlatives, and unusual facts in the areas of fame, business, crime, the natural world, technology, war, the arts, music, fashion and sports.
Ready Player One by Ernest Cline
In the year 2044, Wade Watts, like the rest of humanity, chooses to escape reality and spends his waking hours in the limitless, utopian virtual world of the OASIS, but when Wade stumbles upon the first of the fiendish puzzles set up by OASIS creator James Halliday he finds he must compete with thousands of others--including those willing to commit murder--in order to claim a prize of massive fortune.
(Sidebar: I don't even LIKE video games but I LOVED this book - Girard)
Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children by Ransom Riggs
Sixteen-year-old Jacob, having traveled to a remote island after a family tragedy, discovers an abandoned orphanage, and, after some investigating, he learns the children who lived there may have been dangerous and quarantined and may also still be alive. Already read it? Move onto Book 2 - Hollow City or Book 3 - Library of Souls. And I'm this statement will shock no one, coming from me, but - as far as the movie is concerned, the book was better.