Not One Day by Anne Garréta
Texas is hot. This book is hotter. (And more beautiful and complex and surprising and will make you want to go out and live, love, travel, and climb so you can one day hope to write such a scorcher.)
The Penelopiad by Margaret Atwood
The Penelopiad brings us the Odyssey through the eyes of Ithaca’s Queen, Penelope. Giving a glimpse at the lives of ancient Greek women, Atwood fully brings forward the destructive force of those glorious heroes of legend.
Pendragon by D.J. MacHale
Bobby Pendragon is just a normal teenager. He has a family, a home, and even a crush. Oh, and he’s going to save the world. And not just Earth—Bobby is going to save the entire cosmos! In the first installment of the Pendragon series, Bobby is reluctantly swept off to an alternate dimension called Denduron. Will he accept his role as savior in the midst of a dangerous revolution?