PARIS — The Paris Public Library recently added the following novels for young adults to its collection:

Kelley Armstrong, “The Calling;” Kurt Busiek, “Marvels;” Rachel Caine, “Black Dawn;” Deb Caletti, “The Story of Us;” Melissa Cantor, “The Darlings in Love;” Ally Carter, “Out of Sight, Out of Time;” Kristin Cashore, “Bitterblue;” Kiera Cass, “The Selection;” P.C. Cast, “Lebonia’s Vow;” Cassandra Clare, “Clockwork Prince.”

Also, Catherine Clark, “Maine Squeeze/Banana Splitsville;” Lauren Conrad, “The Fame Game;” Andrea Cremer, “Bloodrose;” Kady Cross, “The Girl in the Steel Corset;” Sis Boulos Deans, “Riding Out the Storm;” Joseph Delaney, “Grimalkin, the Witch Assassin;” Kimberly Dertling, “The Last Echo.”

Also, Lauren DeStefano, “Fever;” Beth Fantaskey, “Jessica Rules the Darkside;” Laura Drew Farraher, “My Mother is a Rock Star;” Alex Finn, “Bewitching;” Ester Friesner, “Nobody’s Princess;” Esther Friesner, “Nobody’s Prize;” Esther Friesner, “Spirit’s Princess.”

Also, Roderick Gordon, “Spiral;” Michael Grant, “Fear;” Claudia Gray, “Balthazar;” John Green, “The Fault in Our Stars;” Bethany Griffin, “Masque of the Red Death;” Cynthia Hand, “Hallowed;” Lisi Harrison, “Back and Deader Than Ever;” Rachel Hawkins, “Spell Bound;” Carl Hiaasen, “Chomp.”

Also, Amanda Hocking, “Switched;” Amada Hocking, “Torn;” Amanda Hocking, “Ascend;” Julie Kagawa, “The Immortal Rules;” Lauren Kate, “Fallen in Love;” Sherrilyn Kenyon, “Infamous;” Nina LaCour, “The Disenchantments;” Robin LaFevers, “Grave Mercy;” Jeph Loeb, “Superman, Batman: Public Enemies.”

Also, Marie Lu, “Legend;” D.J. MacHale, “The Blood;” Karen Mahoney, “The Wood Queen: an Iron Witch Novel;” Melissa Marr, “Faery Tales and Nightmares;” Lisa McMann, “Dead to You;” Brandon Mull, “Seeds of Rebellion;” Walter Dean Myers, “All the Right Stuff;” Jennifer Nielsen, “The False Prince.”

Also, Alyson Noel, “Whisper;” Elizabeth Norris, “Unraveling;” Lauren Oliver, “Pandemonium;” James Patterson, “The Fire;” Ridley Pearson, “Shell Game;” Aprilynne Pike, “Destined;” Beth Revis, “A Million Suns;” Veronica Roth, “Insurgent;” Sara Shepard, “Ruthless;” Sara Shepard, “Two Truths and a Lie.”

Also, Polly Shulman, “Enthusiasm;” Aubrey Clark and L.J. Smith, “The Divide;” L.J. Smith, “The Asylum;” L.J. Smith, “Moonsong;” L.J. Smith, “The Compelled;” Cate Tiernan, “Darkness Falls;” Robin Wasserman, “The Book of Blood and Shadow;” Wendy Wunder, “The Probability of Miracles.”

For more information or to reserve a title, call the Paris Public Library at 743-6994 or e-mail [email protected] Home delivery is available and other new arrivals can always be found on the library’s web page at

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