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Friday, August 21, 2009

Friday Finds..

I've never done this meme before, so I thought I'd try it out :) I saw it on MizB's site Should Be Reading, so credit goes to her.



Remote Control [Six of Hearts Series, Book 2] by Jack Heath
*Book 1 is called The Lab - Check it out here: Amazon.com*
*Book 3, Money Run, should be out by next year, I believe all 3 books are already available in Australia*
Genre: Young Adult Fiction
Release Date: January 1, 2010
Publisher: Scholastic Press
Pages: 320
Pre-order: Amazon.com

Summary: Agent Six of Hearts, 16-year-old superhuman, is on a mission. His brother Kyntak has been kidnapped. A strange and sinister new figure is rising in power. Six is suspected of being a double agent. The Deck has been put into lockdown by the Queen of Spades. A mysterious girl has appeared who acts as Six's guardian angel. Who can he trust? As the clock ticks steadily against Kyntak's life, Six of Hearts is on the run: from his past, from his fellow agents at the Deck, even from his own DNA....
Author's Info:
Jack Heath is an Australian writer of young adult fiction. He has resided in Canberra since age 9. Heath is best known for writing the Six of Hearts series, for being one of Australia's youngest bestselling authors, and for the high action content in his novels. Jack started writing The Lab when he was 13 years old and had a publishing contract at 18. He's 22 now, but all the older writers still make fun of him.

For more info on Jack, visit his website: http://www.jackheath.com.au/

The Less-Dead by April Lurie
Genre: Young Adult Fiction
Release Date: January 12, 2010
Publisher: Delacorte Books for Young Readers
Pages: 304
Pre-order it: Amazon.com

Summary: Noah Nordstrom has been dissing the religious beliefs of his father, who hosts a popular Christian radio show and whom Noah accuses of spreading hate. When two local gay teens are murdered, Noah’s anti-evangelism intensifies—he’s convinced that the killer is a caller on his dad’s program. Then Noah meets Will Reed, a cool guy. But when he learns that Will is gay, Noah gets a little weirded out. Especially since Will seems really into him. Noah gives Will the brush-off. Meanwhile, the killer is still at large . . . and soon Noah finds the next victim. It’s Will. Racked with guilt, Noah decides to investigate. He knows the serial killer is targeting gay teens, but only those who live in foster homes, whose deaths are not that important to society; they are the less-dead. Noah, however, is determined to prove that someone cares. With the help of Will’s journal, which he pocketed at the scene of the crime and in which the killer has written clues, Noah closes in on an opponent more dangerous than he can guess.
Author's Info:

April says, "I have the best job in the world - I write books for teens. I'm a former nurse, a native New Yorker, a wife, and a mother of four. I live near Austin, Texas, with my family, and I'm currently working on my next novel." (Statement from GoodReads.com)

For more info on April, check out her website: http://www.aprillurie.com/



Elphame's Choice by P.C. Cast
Genre: Children/Teen
Release Date: September 29, 2009
Publisher: Harlequin
Pages: 432
Pre-order it: Amazon.com

Summary: I was marked from birth as belonging to the Goddess Epona--but that didn't make my life easy. Because of my "blessings," I was set apart, worshipped, unable to make real connections with others. Then came the Feeling, and with it a glimpse of my destiny. It led me to the MacCallen castle of legend, deserted since the terrible Fomorian war. I followed the wordless call to breathe new life into a place long dead, but I didn't realize there were dark remnants of the war lingering in the nearby forest--victims and survivors who remained hidden. Others marked as different, powerful. Feared. My choice was now twofold. I could keep to the happiness and safety of my newfound home, or I could choose a path that led to something more terrible, more dangerous, more thrilling than anything I'd ever expected. And in that future I might never be alone again. . .
Author's Info:
Phyllis Cast, known by her pen name P.C. Cast, is an American romance/fantasy author, known for the House of Night series she writes with her daughter Kristin Cast, as well as her own Goddess Summoning and Partholon book series.

For more info on P.C. Cast, check out her blog, while her official website is under construction: http://www.pccast.blogspot.com/

5 comments:

Kate said...

Great finds! My TBR list is ever-expanding.

Faye said...

awesome finds! I like P.C.Cast books.They all look good :D

B.A.M. Book Reviews said...

Nice choices Eleni! You almost have 200 followers!!!

-Briana

Leslie said...

oooooooooooooo :D i like ur list!

bks2plz said...

Hi,

I would like to invite you to read my new fantasy novel, "Gateway to DreamWorld." I would be honored if you would give an honest review of my work.

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Brenda Estacio

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