Wednesday, July 4, 2012

Happy Fourth of July! Upcoming summer/fall reads from the Inkies.

Happy Fourth everyone!



Now that summer's in full swing, we've got some great upcoming reads for you.


The Second Spy (The Books of Elsewhere #3) by Jacqueline West, coming July 5th! (that's tomorrow!)

In Olive's third adventure, what lurks below the house could be as dangerous as what's hidden inside... 

Some terrifying things have happened to Olive in the old stone house, but none as scary as starting junior high. Or so she thinks. When she plummets through a hole in her backyard, though, she realizes two things that may change her mind: First, the wicked Annabelle McMartin is back. Second, there's a secret underground that unlocks not one but two of Elsewhere's biggest, most powerful, most dangerous forces yet. But with the house's guardian cats acting suspicious, her best friend threatening to move away, and her ally Morton starting to rebel, Olive isn't sure where to turn. Will she figure it out in time? Or will she be lured into Elsewhere, and trapped there for good?




Courtship and Curses (Leland Sisters #3) by Marissa Doyle, coming August 7th.

Sophie’s entrance into London society isn’t what she thought it would be: Mama isn’t there to guide her, Papa is buried in his work fighting Napoleon, and Sophie’s newly acquired limp keeps her from dancing at any of those glittering balls. If it weren’t for her shopping escapades with her new French friend Amélie and a flirtation with the dashing Lord Woodbridge, she would think this season a complete disaster.But when someone uses magic to attack Papa the night of Sophie’s first ball, her problems escalate, especially when it becomes clear that all the members of the War Cabinet are being targeted. Can she catch the culprit and keep her own magic powers hidden long enough to win herself a match?


The Cavendish Home For Boys and Girls by Claire Legrand, coming August 28th.

At the Cavendish Home for Boys and Girls, you will definitely learn your lesson.

Victoria hates nonsense. There is no need for it when your life is perfect. The only smudge on her pristine life is her best friend Lawrence. He is a disaster--lazy and dreamy, shirt always untucked, obsessed with his silly piano. Victoria often wonders why she ever bothered being his friend. (Lawrence does too.)But then Lawrence goes missing. And he's not the only one. Victoria soon discovers that The Cavendish Home for Boys and Girls is not what it appears to be. Kids go in but come out...different. Or they don't' come out at all.If anyone can sort this out, it's Victoria--even if it means getting a little messy.



Vanquished (Crusade #3) by Nancy Holder, also coming August 28th.

Hope is in short supply, but courage runs deep as the Salamancan hunters recover from a devastating loss. Jenn knows she must rally her team against the Cursed Ones, but her focus is shattered. She’s torn between passion for Antonio, who once fought by her side, and hate for the bloodthirsty vampire he’s become. His volatility is tearing apart their team . . . and Jenn’s trust.

As the Cursed Ones amass new strength, Team Salamanca must stick together if they hope to survive, let alone defend humanity. Jenn wants to believe Antonio’s loyal to their cause — and their love — but she’s slowly losing her heart to Resistance fighter Noah. And if Antonio’s not careful, he may just end up with a stake in his.



The Broken Lands by Kate Milford, coming September 4th

A crossroads can be a place of great power.

So begins this deliciously spine-tingling prequel to Kate Milford’s The Boneshaker, set in the colorful world of nineteenth-century Coney Island and New York City. Few crossroads compare to the one being formed by the Brooklyn Bridge and the East River, and as the bridge’s construction progresses, forces of unimaginable evil seek to bend that power to their advantage. Only two orphans with unusual skills stand in their way. Can the teenagers Sam, a card sharp, and Jin, a fireworks expert, stop them before it’s too late? Here is a richly textured, slow-burning thriller about friendship, courage, and the age-old fight between good and evil.


Ten by Gretchen McNeil, coming September 18th.

And their doom comes swiftly.

It was supposed to be the weekend of their lives—an exclusive house party on Henry Island. Best friends Meg and Minnie each have their reasons for being there (which involve T.J., the school’s most eligible bachelor) and look forward to three glorious days of boys, booze and fun-filled luxury. But what they expect is definitely not what they get, and what starts out as fun turns dark and twisted after the discovery of a DVD with a sinister message: Vengeance is mine.

Suddenly people are dying, and with a storm raging, the teens are cut off the from the outside world. No electricity, no phones, no internet, and a ferry that isn’t scheduled to return for two days. As the deaths become more violent and the teens turn on each other, can Meg find the killer before more people die? Or is the killer closer to her than she could ever imagine?


Don't those all sound amazing? I can't wait.

What books are you really looking forward to this summer?

5 comments:

  1. Well I'm going to have a very busy next few months!

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  2. Sigh. Five more reasons I need to get my TBL pile under control and fast.

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  3. These look amazing! Thanks, Miriam! Congrats, everyone.

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  4. All the amazing books coming up! I admit I"m dying to return to Boneshaker-Land, Kate. Not to mention Victorian London! And I'm looking forward to dipping into all the other fantasy universes. Congrats to all!

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  5. Christine Brodien-JonesOctober 6, 2012 at 4:29 PM

    All these books look fabulous, I don't know which one to read first! Congrats to all of you on your releases!

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