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Thursday, August 19, 2010

Tantalizing Future YA Releases!

  • Guitar Boy by MJ Auch (Henry Holt and Co. (BYR), 9/14/10)
  • Origins (The Vampire Diaries: Stefan's Diaries, Book #1) by L.J. Smith (HarperTeen, 11/2/10)
  • Sigrun's Secret by Marie-Louise Jensen (OUP Oxford, 1/2011 - Will be released in UK)
  • Trapped by Michael Northrop (Scholastic Press, 1/1/11)
  • Warrior (Dragons of Starlight, Book #2) by Bryan Davis (Zondervan, 1/7/11)
  • By These Ten Bones by Claire B. Dunkle (Square Fish, 2/15/11 - Paperback Version)
  • Future Imperfect by K. Ryer Breese (St. Martin's Griffin, 4/26/11)
  • Exile (Aurelia, Book #2) by Anne Osterlund (Speak, 4/28/11)

::Adult Choices::

  • Dust by Joan Frances Turner (Ace Hardcover, 9/7/10)
  • The Opposite of Amber by Gillian Philip (Bloomsbury Publishing PLC, 4/4/11)
::Cover Changes::

Note: Covers might not be final. If changes occur I will notify my readers of the new versions.

*Blast From The Past*
(I'll be including a book from the past with this post. I want to feature books that are no longer heard of that still deserve a voice.)


Stay With Me by Garret Freymann-Weyr
Genre: Young Adult Fiction
Release Date: April 24, 2006
Publisher: Houghton Mifflin Books for Children
Pages: 308

Summary: Sixteen-year-old Leila Abranel was born some twenty years after her sisters. Her elegant sisters from her father’s first marriage have lives full of work, love affairs, and travel. Leila doesn’t know either of them very well, but she loves hearing about them—details of Rebecca’s ruined marriage, Clare’s first job, and the strings of unsuitable boyfriends. When Rebecca kills herself, Leila wants to know why. She starts by spending time with Clare and finally comes to know her as a person instead of a story. With Clare’s reluctant help, Leila tracks down Rebecca’s favorite places and tries to find her sister’s friends. Along the way, Leila meets Eamon.Eamon is thirty-one and writes for television. He thinks Leila is beautiful and smart, but he does not, he tells her, date teenagers. And yet, the months go by and Leila turns seventeen and learns that you can love someone you are not dating. Maybe letting Eamon love her back is a mistake. Maybe she’ll never know why Rebecca did what she did. Maybe, Leila, decides, most people have a hard time figuring out which way is left or knowing when to let go and when to stay.

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10 comments:

Indigo said...

They all look awesome! For some reason Guitar Boy appeals to me above the rest. (Hugs)Indigo

Savannah said...

OK, Bryan Davis has defintily caught my interest and I so wanted to read the books. All these books look great!

The Bookish Type said...

Aww! The Abused Werewolf Rescue Group sounds like a really sweet and potentially sad read!

Lisa_Gibson said...

Some of these sound fabulous. And so many covers to love. I'm keeping my eyes open for several of these. Thanks.
Lisa ~ YA Literature Lover

Kaitlyn (Kaitlyn in Bookland) said...

Gosh, there are always so many good books coming out that I can never keep up!

The Book Speaker said...

Some of the covers are absolutely stunning.

Book Butterfly (Kim) said...

I love these posts! I have so many to add to my TBR pile! I'm psyched to learn of the Meridian sequel, I really liked that book. Thanks

Mrs. DeRaps said...

Tantalizing for sure! I love the look of Trapped. That's how I feel during our Maine winters. It's on my wishlist now!

Alexander Bennett said...

These all look great!

Julie! said...

All these books look good!!

And, seeing the Vampire Diaries (I didn't know there was going to be more after the return trilogy) made my day!! :D

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