Fall 2015 Flume Nominees
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Gabe was born Elizabeth, but now he’s ready to be who he always has been. The new radio program he’s hosting gives him the chance to be himself without anyone judging. But when his fans find out who he really is, what will they think?
Fan Art by Sarah Tregay
Jamie's senior year is a full one. He is hard at work on the school literary
journal, and it seems everyone has an entry. Not only that, but he's realized that he's in love with his best friend. When he puts himself on the line
to publish an unpopular item, will the consequences be too great?
Far Far Away by Tom McNeal
Jeremy is watched over by the ghost of Jacob
Grimm. When Ginger takes a bite of cake that makes her fall in love with Jeremy,
it puts him in peril from an evil nobody can identify. Not all fairy tales have
Forgive Me, Leonard Peacock by Matthew Quick
Today is Leonard Peacock’s birthday. It is also
the day he will kill his former best friend, and then himself, with his
grandfather’s piston. Maybe one day he’ll believe that being different is okay.
But not today.
I'll Give You the Sun by Jandy Nelson
Jude and her twin brother, Noah, are inseparable.
Jude is a feisty daredevil and Noah a quiet artist. Three years later, they are
barely speaking. As they each tell half the story, see what happened to them,
and if they can fix it.
More than This by Patrick Ness
Seth wakes up naked, thirsty and starving after
drowning. How is he alive, and where is he? He remembers dying, and everything
looks familiar but deserted. Is there more than this life?
Scan by Walter Jury and S.E.Fine
Tate finds his inventor father pushy and
overbearing. But when Tate steals one of his fathers’ inventions and his father
is murdered for it, he has to outrun the aliens trying to get their hands on
it. And he will find out just why his father pushed him so hard.
Steelheart by Brandon Sanderson
Steelheart has taken everything that David loved
and wanted. Now David will do anything for revenge. The Reckoners are justice
loving Rebels that might need David as much as he needs them.
To All the Boys I've Loved Before by Jenny Han
Lara Jean Song keeps the love letters she writes
in a hat box her mother gave her. They aren’t meant for anyone but her. But
what happens when all of the crushes you’ve ever had find out how you felt…all
We Were Liars by E. Lockhart
A beautiful and privileged family. A private
island. A group of four friends – The Liars- whose friendship turns
destructive. A Revolution. An accident. A Secret. Lies up on lies. True love.