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Hush, Hush by
After getting paired together in biology, all Nora wants to do is stay away from Patch, but he always seems to be two steps ahead of her. And when her attraction can be denied no longer, she learns the secret about who Patch is and what led him to her, as well as the dark path he is about to lead her down. How far is she willing to fall.
Told in the alternating points of view of vampire Miranda and angel Zachary, this novel follows them as they navigate a cutthroat vampire aristocracy and play out a dangerous--and often darkly hilarious--love story for the ages.
Strange Angels by
Dru Anderson has what her grandmother called “the touch.” (Comes in handy when you’re traveling from town to town with your dad, hunting ghosts, suckers, wulfen, and the occasional zombie.) Then her dad turns up dead-but still walking-and Dru knows she’s next. Will Dru discover just how special she really is before coming face-to-fang with whatever-or whoever- is hunting her?
Three angels are sent down to bring good to the world: Gabriel, the warrior; Ivy, the healer; and Bethany, a teenage girl who is the least experienced of the trio. But she is the most human, and when she is romantically drawn to a mortal boy, the angels fear she will not be strong enough to save anyone - especially herself - from the Dark Forces.
Modern Faerie Tales by
sixteen-year-old Kaye is a modern nomad. Fierce and independent, she drifts from place to place with her mother’s rock band until an ominous attack forces Kaye back to her childhood home. There, amid the blue-collar New Jersey backdrop, Kaye finds herself an unwilling pawn in an ancient and violent power struggle between two rival faerie kingdoms—a struggle that could very well mean her death
The Fallen and Leviathan by
Aaron Corbet isn’t a bad kid-he’s just a little different. And starting on the eve of his eighteenth birthday, Aaron begins to discover supernatural talents. Then he learns the truth about his destiny: He must unite angels, mortals, and Powers both good and evil, some of whom are hell-bent on his destruction....
The Iron Daughter by
Half Summer faery princess, half human, Meghan has never fitted in anywhere, and she is prisoner to the Winter faery queen. As war looms between Summer and Winter, Meghan knows that that the real danger comes from the Iron Fey.
In the Company of Angels by
Imprisoned and tortured for months by Pinochet's henchmen for teaching political poetry to his students, Bernardo Greene is visited by two angels, who promise him that he will survive to experience beauty and love once again. Months later, at the Torture Rehabilitation Center in Copenhagen, the Chilean exile befriends Michela Ibsen, herself a survivor of domestic abuse. In the long nights of summer, the two of them struggle to heal, to forgive those who have left them damaged, and to trust themselves to love.
Non-Fiction for Adults
Demons, Fairies, Fallen Angels, and Other Subversive Spirits by
Call Number: 133.42 MAC
A Field Guide to Demons melds folklore and mythology; maintains a surprisingly evenhanded view of demons; and reveals their role as the necessary challenger to established order, the antagonist--without which there could be no hero--and the darkness through which goodness shines brightest.
The Coming of the Fairies by
Call Number: 133.14 DOY
The author tells the story of the Cottingly Fairy photographs, later revealed as one of the most elaborate & ingenious hoaxes ever played upon the British public.
The Unfinished Angel by
In the ancient stone tower of the Casa Rosa, in a tiny village high in the Swiss Alps, life for one angel has been the same, well, for as long as she (or he?) can remember. Until Zola arrives, a determined American girl who wears three skirts all at once. Zola is a girl with a mission. And our angel has been without one-till now.
The Girl with the Broken Wing by
The twins are in bed when it happens. They hear a sound like a wet cabbage hitting the wall. Then a clattering on roof tiles. Followed by a tapping at the window. It's a girl. With a broken wing. And she's here to stay. Who is she? Where did she come from? And, more important, what does she want?