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Thursday, October 15, 2009

Friday Finds!

I'm not going to get a chance to post tomorrow - so I'm posting Friday Finds today! :)

Credit goes to MizB from Should Be Reading.



Bad Blood (A Blood Coven Vampire Novel) by Mari Mancusi
Genre: Young Adul
t Fiction
Release Date: January 5, 2o10

Publisher: Ber
kley Trade
Pages: 256

Summary: The newest Blood Coven novel-accompanied by edgy repackages of the rest of the series. Sunny McDonald is in the ultimate forbidden relationship. Her boyfriend Magnus is a vampire, and the leader of the Blood Coven. And when the Coven decides that Magnus needs a mate to be his co-ruler, Sunny's humanity puts her out of the running. The Coven's chosen candidate is Jane Johnson, a magna cum laude graduate of Oxford University who just happens to look like a vampiric supermodel. Sunny is suspicious of a Rhodes Scholar who can't answer the most basic poli-sci questions, but Magnus brushes it off as petty jealousy. Still, when the Blood Coven goes to Las Vegas for a vampire convention, Sunny and her twin sister Rayne secretly tag along. And Sunny's not going home before she learns the truth about Jane. Because not everything stays in Vegas-especially bad blood.

Dream Life by Lauren Mechling
Genre: Yo
ung Adult Fiction
Release Date: January 12, 2009
Publisher: Delacorte Books for Young Readers
Pages: 336

Summary: Claire Voyante's first semester at Henry Hudson High School was eventful, to say the least. As she heads into her second semester, things are calming down a bit. But Claire has a few secrets that are getting harder to keep. Her biggest secret of all? The onyx and ivory cameo necklace her grandmother gave her for her 15th birthday. Ever since she started wearing it, her dreams have been coming to her in black and white and turning out to be oddly prophetic. Becca’s been hanging out with her old prep school friends and never seems to have time for Claire anymore. And soon, Claire discovers why—there’s a secret group of society girls with a mysterious identity. And, turns out, a mysterious enemy who’s out to get them. The second she sniffs out trouble, Claire jumps on the case. But is it someone close to Claire who’s in danger again—or could it be Claire herself whose life is at stake?

Freefall by Ariela Anhalt
Genre: Young Adult Fiction
Release Date: Janua
ry 18, 2010
Publisher: Harcourt Children's Books

Pages: 256

Summary: Luke was not eager to accompany his best friend, Hayden, and the cocky new kid, Russell, up to the cliff that night. The plan was to watch Russell jump off the cliff into the lake--his initiation to the Briar Academy fencing team. But instead, after an angry confrontation with Hayden, Russell falls to his death. Now Hayden is in jail and the pressure is on Luke to report what he saw. But what did he see? An accident--or a murder? Luke has always followed Hayden's lead, but this is one decision he'll be forced to make on his own. And to do it, he must face the truth about his friendship with Hayden and his own painful past. This suspenseful and scandalous tale of rivalry, peer pressure, and finding the courage to take responsibility will have an impact on readers long after the last page.

Numbers by Rachel Ward
Genre: Young Adult Fiction
Release Date: February 1, 2009
Publisher: The Chicken House

Pages: 336

Summary: Ever since she was child, Jem has kept a secret: Whenever she meets someone new, no matter who, as soon as she looks into their eyes, a number pops into her head. That number is a date: the date they will die. Burdened with such awful awareness, Jem avoids relationships. Until she meets Spider, another outsider, and takes a chance. The two plan a trip to the city. But while waiting to ride the Eye ferris wheel, Jem is terrified to see that all the other tourists in line flash the same number. Today's number. Today's date. Terrorists are going to attack London. Jem's world is about to explode!

4 comments:

Alyssa Kirk @ Teens Read and Write said...

I haven't heard of any of these. They are great finds! Thanks! Numbers looks like fun. Well, they all do!

Mel (He Followed Me Home) said...

Haven't seen these, all of them look great! Eye pics creep me out but I love the premise for the Numbers book.

The Book Vixen said...

Numbers looks good! Added it to my TBR list :)

Kate said...

Superb finds. I've only heard of Num8ers before!

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