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Leila Sales - This ​Song Will Save Your Life - Éld az életed!
Azt ​hiszitek, hogy olyan könnyű megváltozni. Azt hiszitek, hogy könnyű, pedig nem az. Elise Dembowski nem riad vissza a kemény munkától. Sőt, kimondottan élvezi. Kivéve talán azt, amikor az addigi legfontosabb feladatra vállalkozik: népszerű lánnyá akar válni. Csakhogy rettenetesen mellélő, és minden a darabjaira hullik körülötte. Elise helyzete még rosszabb, mint azelőtt - ha ez egyáltalán lehetséges. Egészen addig, amíg be nem téved egy underground szórakozóhelyre, és ezzel kinyílik előtte egy ajtó egy világba, amelyről azt sem tudta, hogy létezik. Egy olyan világba, ahol úgy tűnik, egy népszerűtlen középiskolásból egyik napról a másikra felkapott DJ válhat. Elise végre megkapja, amire mindig is vágyott: elfogadást, barátságot és talán a szerelmet is. Ám a valóság ismét fenyegetően közbelép. Leila Sales üdítően eredeti és vicces stílusban mesél az egyéniségről, kapcsolatokról és a zene erejéről, amely közelebb hozza egymáshoz az embereket. 14 éven felülieknek ajánljuk

Leila Sales - This ​Song Will Save Your Life (német)
Elise ​war schon immer eine Außenseiterin. Niemand teilt ihren schrägen Kleidungsstil oder ihren Musikgeschmack. Bei einem ihrer notorischen Nachtspaziergänge trifft sie Pippa und Vicky, die sie in den Underground-Musikclub "Start" mitnehmen - und plötzlich ist Elise unter Menschen, die sie so nehmen, wie sie ist. Außerdem entdeckt sie ihr Talent fürs DJ-ing. Sie wird zu heißesten Newcomerin der Szene und scheint mit einem Mal alles zu haben, was sie sich schon immer gewünscht hat: Freunde, Akzeptanz und vielleicht sogar Liebe. Doch was, wenn das richtige Leben droht, alles wieder zunichte zu machen?

Leila Sales - If ​You Don't Have Anything Nice to Say
Before ​we go any further, I want you to understand this: I am not a good person. We all want to be seen. We all want to be heard. But what happens when we’re seen and heard saying or doing the wrong things? What then? When Winter Halperin—former spelling bee champion, aspiring writer, and daughter of a parenting expert—gets caught saying the wrong thing online, her life explodes. All across the world, people knows what she’s done, and none of them will forgive her. With her friends gone, her future plans cut short, and her identity in shambles, Winter is just trying to pick up the pieces without hurting anyone else. She knows she messed up, but does that mean it’s okay for people to send her hate mail and death threats? Does she deserve to lose all that she’s lost? And is “I’m sorry” ever good enough? First and foremost a novel about public shaming in the internet age, If You Don’t Have Anything Nice to Say is also an exploration of the power of words, the cumulative destructiveness of microaggressions, and the pressing need for empathy.

Leila Sales - Once ​Was a Time
In ​the war-ravaged England of 1940, Charlotte Bromley is sure of only one thing: Kitty McLaughlin is her best friend in the whole world. But when Charlotte's scientist father makes an astonishing discovery that the Germans will covet for themselves, Charlotte is faced with an impossible choice between danger and safety. Should she remain with her friend or journey to another time and place? Her split-second decision has huge consequences, and when she finds herself alone in the world, unsure of Kitty's fate, she knows that somehow, some way, she must find her way back to her friend. Written in the spirit of classic time-travel tales, this book is an imaginative and heartfelt tribute to the unbreakable ties of friendship.

Leila Sales - Mostly ​Good Girls
The ​higher you aim, the farther you fall.... It's Violet's junior year at the Westfield School. She thought she'd be focusing on getting straight As, editing the lit mag, and figuring out how to talk to boys without choking on her own saliva. Instead, she's just trying to hold it together in the face of cutthroat academics, her crush's new girlfriend, and the sense that things are going irreversibly wrong with her best friend, Katie. When Katie starts making choices that Violet can't even begin to fathom, Violet has no idea how to set things right between them. Westfield girls are trained for success--but how can Violet keep her junior year from being one huge epic failure?

Leila Sales - Tonight ​the Streets Are Ours
Seventeen-year-old ​Arden Huntley is recklessly loyal. Taking care of her loved ones is what gives Arden purpose in her life and makes her feel like she matters. But she's tired of being loyal to people who don't appreciate her—including her needy best friend and her absent mom. Arden finds comfort in a blog she stumbles upon called "Tonight the Streets Are Ours," the musings of a young New York City writer named Peter. When Peter is dumped by the girlfriend he blogs about, Arden decides to take a road trip to see him. During one crazy night out in NYC filled with parties, dancing, and music—the type of night when anything can happen, and nearly everything does—Arden discovers that Peter isn't exactly who she thought he was. And maybe she isn't exactly who she thought she was, either.

Leila Sales - This ​Song Will Save Your Life
Making ​friends has never been Elise Dembowski’s strong suit. All throughout her life, she’s been the butt of every joke and the outsider in every conversation. When a final attempt at popularity fails, Elise nearly gives up. Then she stumbles upon a warehouse party where she meets Vicky, a girl in a band who accepts her; Char, a cute, yet mysterious disc jockey; Pippa, a carefree spirit from England; and most importantly, a love for DJing. Told in a refreshingly genuine and laugh-out-loud funny voice, THIS SONG WILL SAVE YOUR LIFE is an exuberant novel about identity, friendship, and the power of music to bring people together.

Leila Sales - Past ​Perfect
All ​Chelsea wants to do this summer is hang out with her best friend, hone her talents as an ice cream connoisseur, and finally get over Ezra, the boy who broke her heart. But when Chelsea shows up for her summer job at Essex Historical Colonial Village (yes, really), it turns out Ezra’s working there too. Which makes moving on and forgetting Ezra a lot more complicated…even when Chelsea starts falling for someone new. Maybe Chelsea should have known better than to think that a historical reenactment village could help her escape her past. But with Ezra all too present, and her new crush seeming all too off limits, all Chelsea knows is that she’s got a lot to figure out about love. Because those who don’t learn from the past are doomed to repeat it…