A Great and Terrible Beauty by Libba Bray
Sixteen-year old Gemma Doyle is shipped off to Spence, a proper English boarding school, from India after the suicide of her mother. Her reception at her new school is a chilly one, as she is guilt-ridden over her mother’s death, and sometimes get visions of the future that have a weird tendency to come true. She also notices a strange Indian young man observing her following her around. But why? What does this have to do with her entanglement with some of Spence’s girls, and what will their trail deeper into the spirit world lead to?
I really liked this series (surprise! it’s another series!), even though it was rather confusing at times, probably because there were very long time gaps between the times I read the three books.