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Monday, November 29, 2010

Tantalizing Future YA Releases!

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  • Unnatural (Archangel Academy #1) by Michael Griffo (Kensington, 2/22/11)
  • Zitface by Emily Howse (Marshall Cavendish Children's Books, 4/2011)
  • Ingenue (Flappers, #2) by Jillian Larkin (Delacorte Books for Young Readers, 8/9/11)
  • Tunnel Vision by Susan Shaw (Margaret K. McElderry, 8/16/11)
Note: Covers may 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.)

Come In From The Cold by Marsha Qualev
Reading Level: Young Adult
Release Date: March 18, 2008
Publisher: Graphia
Pages: 224

Summary: “I want yesterday.” That’s all seventeen-year-old Maud can say when she gets the news about her sister: Lucy’s dead, killed in a bomb blast. Without even a body to bury, Maud is left with only questions: How? Why? Maud’s search for answers leads her down the same path her sister took. But all she finds are empty words and more questions. Jeff struggles down a separate but parallel path. His brother, a Marine, has been called up to Vietnam. To the world, Jeff looks the part of a conservative preppy, but inside, he questions the war. But does questioning the war mean he doesn’t support his brother? It’s 1969, and life in America has become an angry jumble of patriotism and rebellion, cynicism and hope. Jeff and Maud are caught up in the confusion. All they want is stability. What they get is each other. Hopefully, it’ll be enough.

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8 comments:

Dazzling Mage said...

AWESOME books coming out! Thank you for posting this!

ajmitchell said...

Just wanted to say that I love these posts!

Misha1989 said...

Well...Yummy!!
All of them look appetizing...

The Book Vixen said...

Eleni,

Have I told you how dangerous you are to my TBR list? :)

Chutzpah said...

Some pretty catchy titles in there (The Girl Is Murder sounds particularly interesting). And I have to say, I'm glad they're re-releasing some of the Christopher Pike books. I absolutely loved him when I was in middle school and I can still remember reading his books again and again.

Book Butterfly (Kim) said...

Thanks again- I live for these posts! I realllllly want that one by Allison Van Diepen--the Vampire Stalker. I feel like that girl in the book, just can't get enough of them. :) LOL

Jessica Lawlor said...

Sometimes It Happens looks really cute!

Juju at Tales of Whimsy.com said...

I am LOVING the Ingénue cover!

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