Eve of Man is a thrilling dystopian novel the likes of which has not been seen before. For 50 years, only boys were born. Until Eve. She is sheltered and protected, with only older women, the Mothers, to take care of her. Eve has a perfect life, including a holographic best friend, Holly. But behind Holly lies Bram, an officer for the EPO, the organization keeping Eve in the Dome where she lives. When the time comes for Eve to meet her three potential mates, she feels trapped. Until she truly meets Bram, and falls in love with him. From masterfully woven different points of view, the Fletchers tell a story of the Savior of Humanity and an ordinary boy working together to unravel dark secrets. Exciting, heart-wrenching, and painfully real, you don't want to miss Eve of Man. - Zoey, Youth Advisory Board Member
Fionn Boyle is just a regular boy with an annoying older sister named Tara and her obnoxious crush, Bartley Beasely. But his mother is struggling to deal with Fionn's father's death, and sends both Fionn and Tara to the island of Arranmore for the summer to stay with their grandfather, Malachy Boyle, while their mother stays back in Dublin to face her demons. Fionn isn't exactly thrilled about the trip, but his feelings change when he discovers that his grandfather is in control of a powerful magic, with darkness, a mysterious sea cave, and lots of candles. Can Fionn unravel the neverending mystery of the Storm Keepers Island? Funny, adventurous, and magical, Catherine Doyle weaves together a net of pure excitement that will keep you on your toes!