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    Book Watch: Releasing This Week #164

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    Below are the YA books releasing this week that I am spotlighting for my “Book Watch: Releasing This Week” post.

    These are books for the week of February 18th-February 24th that I have pre-ordered.

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    Perfect Lies

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    PERFECT LIES by Kiersten White will be released in the U.S. on February 18, 2014 in hardcover and eBook formats. It is currently available to pre-order online in both formats at AMAZON and BARNES & NOBLE.

    Published by HarperTeen, the print edition is 240 pages.

    PERFECT LIES is the second full-length book in Author Kiersten White’s Mind Games series.

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    I have not yet started this series by Kiersten White, but I have every intention of doing so fairly soon after PERFECT LIES downloads to my Kindle on Monday Midnight. While I haven’t read the first book I just had to pre-order the sequel, because it’s Kiersten White. And because this series sounds seriously awesome.

    I can’t wait to meet Annie and Fia and learn more about the Keane Foundation. I can’t wait to find out just what James is hiding from Fia – yes I peeked at this book’s description. And I cannot wait to discover who is trustworthy and who isn’t.

    I don’t know if there are three books planned in this series, but I think there must be as the description doesn’t say “conclusion.” So I’m sort of debating on whether or not to hold off for just a bit before I dive in so the wait for the next book will be shorter.

    Of course if my resistance crumbles – and I know it will – I will likely be reading both books back to back early next month.

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    Annie and Fia are ready to fight back.

    The sisters have been manipulated and controlled by the Keane Foundation for years, trapped in a never ending battle for survival. Now they have found allies who can help them truly escape. After faking her own death, Annie has joined a group that is plotting to destroy the Foundation. And Fia is working with James Keane to bring his father down from the inside.

    But Annie’s visions of the future can’t show her who to trust in the present. And though James is Fia’s first love, Fia knows he’s hiding something. The sisters can rely only on each other – but that may not be enough to save them.

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    Maybe One Day

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    MAYBE ONE DAY by Melissa Kantor will be released in the U.S. on February 18, 2014 in hardcover and eBook formats. It is currently available to pre-order online in both formats at AMAZON and BARNES & NOBLE.

    Published by HarperTeen, the print edition is 400 pages.

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    I am so excited that MAYBE ONE DAY is releasing this week and that my copy will download to my Kindle on Tuesday. This book sounds so amazing and heartbreaking and beautiful and I can’t wait to read it.

    I chose to spotlight this book for my Book Watch post the other week so I won’t ramble on for quite as long. But I can’t help but ramble just a little bit. Because it sounds just so heartrending.

    And I can’t wait to meet Zoe and Olivia. I can’t wait to see just how Zoe copes with Olivia’s illness. I can’t wait to find out whether this story ends on a happy note or ends tragically.

    The potential loss of a best friend at such a young age is such a terrible thing. While I’d known the loss of friends and acquaintances when I was a teen, it was never a best friend. So I can’t even imagine what both Zoe and Olivia are going through. But I very much look forward to connecting with them in MAYBE ONE DAY. And I hope to be able to do so next week.

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    Critically acclaimed author Melissa Kantor masterfully captures the joy of friendship, the agony of loss, and the unique experience of being a teenager in this poignant new novel about a girl grappling with her best friend’s life-threatening illness.

    Zoe and her best friend, Olivia, have always had big plans for the future, none of which included Olivia getting sick. Still, Zoe is determined to put on a brave face and be positive for her friend.

    Even when she isn’t sure what to say.

    Even when Olivia misses months of school.

    Even when Zoe starts falling for Calvin, Olivia’s crush.

    The one thing that keeps Zoe moving forward is knowing that Olivia will beat this, and everything will go back to the way it was before. It has to. Because the alternative is too terrifying for her to even imagine.

    In this incandescent page-turner, which follows in the tradition of The Fault in Our Stars, Melissa Kantor artfully explores the idea that the worst thing to happen to you might not be something that is actually happening to you. Raw, irreverent, and honest, Zoe’s unforgettable voice and story will stay with readers long after the last page is turned.

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    Other Books of Note

    Third StrikeTHIRD STRIKE (The Slayer Chronicles #3) by Megan Crewe

    Pub. Date: February 20, 2014

    Publisher: Dial

    Find It: AMAZONBARNES & NOBLE

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    Heather Brewer, the New York Times bestselling author of THE CHRONICLES OF VLADIMIR TOD, brings this spin-off series to a thrilling conclusion.

    All secrets will be revealed as Slayer Joss McMillan tracks a murderous vampire terrorizing his hometown of Santa Clara. During his investigation, Joss comes head to head with old enemies seeking revenge and faces the truth about his sister Cecile’s murder. Joss must use all of his skill to protect his loved ones, even if it means paying the ultimate price.

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    Bright Before SunriseBRIGHT BEFORE SUNRISE by Tiffany Schmidt

    Pub. Date: February 18, 2014

    Publisher: Walker Childrens

    Find It: AMAZONBARNES & NOBLE

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    When Jonah is forced to move from Hamilton to Cross Pointe for the second half of his senior year, “miserable” doesn’t even begin to cover it. He feels like the doggy-bag from his mother’s first marriage and everything else about her new life—with a new husband, new home and a new baby—is an upgrade. The people at Cross Pointe High School are pretentious and privileged—and worst of all is Brighton Waterford, the embodiment of all things superficial and popular. Jonah’s girlfriend, Carly, is his last tie to what feels real… until she breaks up with him.

    For Brighton, every day is a gauntlet of demands and expectations. Since her father died, she’s relied on one coping method: smile big and pretend to be fine. It may have kept her family together, but she has no clue how to handle how she’s really feeling. Today is the anniversary of his death and cracks are beginning to show. The last thing she needs is the new kid telling her how much he dislikes her for no reason she can understand. She’s determined to change his mind, and when they’re stuck together for the night, she finally gets her chance.

    Jonah hates her at 3p.m., but how will he feel at 3 a.m.?

    One night can change how you see the world. One night can change how you see yourself.

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    InsanityINSANITY by Susan Vaught

    Pub. Date: February 18, 2014

    Publisher: Bloomsbury USA Childrens

    Find It: AMAZONBARNES & NOBLE

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    Never, Kentucky is not your average scenic small town. It is a crossways, a place where the dead and the living can find no peace. Not that Forest, an 18-year-old foster kid who works the graveyard shift at Lincoln Hospital, knew this when she applied for the job. Lincoln is a huge state mental institution, a good place for Forest to make some money to pay for college. But along with hundreds of very unstable patients, it also has underground tunnels, bell towers that ring unexpectedly, and a closet that holds more than just donated clothing….When the dead husband of one of Forest’s patients makes an appearance late one night, seemingly accompanied by an agent of the Devil, Forest loses all sense of reality and all sense of time. Terrified, she knows she has a part to play, and when she does so, she finds a heritage that she never expected.

    With her deep knowledge of mental illness and mental institutions, Susan Vaught brings readers a fascinating and completely creepy new book intertwining the stories of three young people who find themselves haunted beyond imagining in the depths of Lincoln Hospital.

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    The Divergent CompanionTHE DIVERGENT COMPANION: The Unauthorized Guide to the Series by Lois H. Gresh

    Pub. Date: February 18, 2014

    Publisher: St. Martin’s Griffin

    Find It: AMAZONBARNES & NOBLE

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    The first companion guide to the blockbuster bestselling Divergenttrilogy—soon to be a major motion picture

    Written by the New York Times bestselling author of The Twilight Companion and The Hunger Games Companion, the book takes fans deeper into the post-apocalyptic world created by Veronica Roth—a dystopian Chicago in which humanity has organized itself into five factions, each with its own core value to uphold. At the age of sixteen, Beatrice Prior must choose to which one she will devote her life.

    The Divergent Companion includes fascinating background facts about the action in all three books—the third book, Allegiant, publishes in October 2013—a revealing biography of the author, and amazing insights into the trilogy’s major themes and features. It’s everything fans have been hungering for since the very first book! This book is not authorized by Veronica Roth, Katherine Tegen Books, or anyone involved in theDivergent movie.The Divergent Companion is a must-read and a terrific gift for the millions of fans both young and old—especially with the Summit Entertainment film version of Divergent, the first book in the trilogy, hitting theaters in March 2014.

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    I am so glad that this is a quiet release week. I’m guessing it’s quiet because of the fact that it’s holiday week in the U.S. But I don’t care. My bank account is so very, very thankful. Though I am going to be clicking to buy INSANITY – I just know it – it still means only three new books this week.

    Okay… so I lied. I’m pretty sure I’ll be adding Heather Brewer’s latest to my collection, too. I own all the other books in this series and the Vladimir Tod series, so I can’t imagine not adding this one. So that’s four. A bit worse than the two I have pre-ordered. But it’s not nearly as insane as the last few weeks.

    And with next week’s releases numbering in the double digits, I’m just glad to have a mini break.

    I hope that with the fact that this is a quieter release week it will be easier to find a new release to add to your collection. When there are umpteen books releasing, it is so difficult choose which book or books to add to your toppling reading piles. With just a handful of new YA releases this week, it will hopefully be a lot easier to spot the gems.

    But if, for some reason, I’ve missed an amazing book’s release, please let me know. I couldn’t bear the thought of missing out on a must read!

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    As always, I would love to hear what you’re hoping to add to your collection this week!

    And if you have any great suggestions of “must read” books to buy that are releasing this week, please let me know!

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    Book Watch: Releasing This Week #94

    Below are the YA books releasing this week that I am spotlighting for my “Book Watch: Releasing This Week” post.

    These are books for the week of October 16th-October 22nd that I have pre-ordered.

    Crewel by Gennifer Albin will be released in the U.S. on October 16, 2012 in hardcover and eBook formats. It is currently available to pre-order in both formats at Amazon and Barnes & Noble.

    Published by Farrar, Straus and Giroux (BYR), the print edition is 368 pages.

    Crewel is the first book in a new series, Crewel World, by the author.

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    I’ve been seeing CREWEL crop up on blogs all around the blogosphere. While I haven’t read any reviews, I saw it was getting high marks so I checked it out on Goodreads. And I was very intrigued by the description so I decided to pre-order it.

    Being able to “weave time with matter” sounds absolutely fascinating. While I haven’t the first clue what having that ability means to the story, I definitely want to find out just what it does mean. All I know for certain is that Adelice has that ability, she doesn’t want it, and the Guild will be coming after her because she does.

    The description hints that becoming a Spinster is something there’s no escape from, so unless Adelice decides she wants to control people she’ll have to go on the run. And quickly.

    CREWEL’s description is a definite tease. I have no idea just what the story encompasses – whether it’s Adelice’s adventure as she attempts to hide from the Guild, whether it’s one in which she’s caught and forced against her will to work as a Spinster, or whether it’s something entirely different.

    Whatever direction this story may take, I can’t wait to find out. Which means I may just have to take a quick peek when it downloads to my Kindle on Monday night.

    Break My Heart 1,000 Times by Daniel Waters will be released in the U.S. on October 16, 2012 in hardcover and eBook formats. It is currently available to pre-order online in both formats at Amazon and Barnes & Noble.

    Published by Hyperion Books for Children, the print edition is 352 pages.

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    I am so completely curious about BREAK MY HEART 1,000 TIMES. And I have been for ages. Ever since I first saw the cover and glanced at the description on Goodreads. So, of course I had to pre-order it and make it mine.

    Because I want to know why the ghosts are gaining power. I want to know what this “sinister plot” is that Veronica and Kirk uncover. And I want to know whether Veronica’s teacher succeeds in his plan to make her the host for his dead daughter.

    When I spotlighted this book for my Book Watch post at the end of September it felt like release date would never get here. Now it’s just about here. And I can finally find out for myself if this is every bit the “creepy and suspenseful thriller” the description promised. Which I hope to do in the next couple of weeks.

    Second Chance by Heather Brewer will be released in the U.S. on October 16, 2012 in hardcover, audio and eBook formats. It is currently available to pre-order online in all formats at Amazon and Barnes & Noble.

    Published by Dial, the print edition is 276 pages.

    Second Chance is the second book in author Heather Brewer’s The Slayer Chronicles.

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    I own every book in author Heather Brewer’s The Chronicles of Vladimir Tod series. I own the first book in her Slayer Chronicles. And now I have SECOND CHANCE pre-ordered. Yet I’ve only read just one-and-a-half books total from both series.

    So I have some serious catching up to do. But I loved the author’s writing and characters. I thought the first book in Vlad Tod’s series that I had read was absolutely adorable. And so I just couldn’t resist buying up all books in the series with the hope of reading them back-to-back one day.

    And when I learned that Joss was going to get his very own spinoff series, I was stoked and just had to buy up those books too. Because I thought it would be awesome to see things from his perspective, to see what life was like for Joss as a Slayer and to see if there were any other peeks at Vlad Tod that might not exist in that first series.

    This second installment in the Slayer Chronicles sounds just as entertaining as the first. Murders are being committed in New York City. Joss must determine if a vampire is behind the killings. And it’s up to him to be the savior or risk losing his status as a Slayer.

    I am seriously considering just jumping right into Joss’s series so I don’t have to wait too long to find out whether he is able to keep everyone safe and remain a Slayer. If I do decide to read things just a bit out of order, then I might just get the chance to read SECOND CHANGE next month.

    Hidden by P.C. Cast and Kristin Cast will be released in the U.S. on October 16, 2012 in hardcover, audio and eBook format. It is currently available to pre-order online in all formats at Amazon and Barnes & Noble.

    Published by St. Martin’s Griffin, the print edition is 320 pages.

    Hidden is the tenth book in the authors House of Night series.

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    I’ve fallen a bit behind on the House of Night series but decided to pre-order HIDDEN regardless. I have invested quite a bit of time into this series and I’m just so curious to find out where it’s headed and whether this book is the final installment in the series. Though it doesn’t sound like it will be.

    I did take a peek at the description even though I hadn’t read the previous book in the series and it seems that a certain wicked character’s true nature has been revealed to the Vampyre High Council. And according to the description “chaos reigns” because this character isn’t “going down without a fight.”

    The description does not reveal what’s happening with Zoey, Stevie Rae or any of the other characters. So I am a bit curious as to whether they did make it into this tenth book. Though if it is Zoey on the cover, then she has made it to book ten and she looks seriously mad about something….

    I don’t know when I’ll get the chance to read this next installment, but as I’d heard the previous one was good, I may try to read that one this winter so I can get caught up on the series before book eleven – if there is a book eleven – gets released.

    The Space Between Us by Jessica Martinez

    Pub. Date: October 16, 2012

    Publisher: Simon Pulse

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    Starstruck (Fame Game #2) by Lauren Conrad

    Pub. Date: October 16, 2012

    Publisher: HarperCollins

    (AMAZON, BARNES & NOBLE)

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    Lovely, Dark and Deep by Amy McNamara

    Pub. Date: October 16, 2012

    Publisher: Simon & Schuster Books for Young Readers

    (AMAZON, BARNES & NOBLE)

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    Out of Reach by Carrie Arcos

    Pub. Date: October 16, 2012

    Publisher: Simon Pulse

    (AMAZON, BARNES & NOBLE)

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    Game Changer by Margaret Peterson Haddix

    Pub. Date: October 16, 2012

    Publisher: Simon & Schuster Books for Young Readers

    (AMAZON, BARNES & NOBLE)

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    The Innocents (The Innocents #1) by Lili Peloquin

    Pub. Date: October 16, 2012

    Publisher: Razorbill

    (AMAZON, BARNES & NOBLE)

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    There are a huge number of books releasing this week, but I’ve only pre-ordered four of them. I just haven’t had the time to take a longer look at the other books of note to see if they’re books I must add to my collection. Though I hope to get the chance this week.

    I did see CREWEL all over the blogosphere this past month and it sounded awesome so I decided to pre-order it. And I’m hoping at least a couple of the remaining six books are ones that I must buy.

    But I am glad that I only have four books pre-ordered this week as I am coming to the harsh realization that I’ll never get caught up on my TBR pile if my book buying continues to exceed my book reading every single week.

    While I have increased the number of books I’ve been reading each week, I still haven’t managed to devour more than four, so I’m hopeful that I can keep my book purchases to four books or less for at least the rest of the year. But I’m just not sure that’s possible.

    We shall see….

    As always, I would love to hear what you’re hoping to add to your collection this week!

    And if you have any great suggestions of “must read” books to buy that are releasing this week, please let me know!

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    Book Watch: Releasing This Week #38

    Below are the YA books coming out this week that I am spotlighting for my “Book Watch: Releasing This Week” post.

    These are books for the week of September 20th-September 26th that I have pre-ordered.

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    Enthralled: Paranormal Diversions by Melissa Marr, Kelley Armstrong et al, will be released in the U.S. on September 20th, 2011 in hardcover, paperback and eBook formats.

    It is currently available to pre-order online in all formats at Amazon and Barnes & Noble.

    Published by HarperCollins, the print edition is 464 pages.

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    I tried everything in my power to get a copy of this book early, but sadly was not able to. Now I’m thrilled to have not one but four copies headed my way. The earliest arrival will be the eBook I have downloading on Monday Midnight. An ARC from a trade will also be heading my way this week, as well as a couple signed copies I ordered from Constellation Books. Because, as always is the case with me, one copy is never enough.

    I am not typically one who reads anthologies or short story collections, but this one is too good to pass up. First, I absolutely love the cover. Second, there’s not one author I don’t love that’s written a short story for this collection.

    I also love the fact that each of these stories is connected to the others by a common theme – “journeying.” I can’t wait to meet some new characters and see some of my very favorite characters making an appearance in this anthology.

    I haven’t decided if I will write a review for this book as a whole or maybe do quickie reviews on each of the short stories, but although it will be tough, I’m going to try and read each story in order and not skip immediately to two stories in particular that I’ve been dying to read.

    Sacrifice by Laura J. Burns and Melinda Metz will be released in the U.S. on September 20, 2011 in hardcover, paperback and eBook formats. It is currently available to pre-order online in all formats at Amazon and Barnes & Noble.

    Published by Simon & Schuster Books For Young Readers, the print edition is 272 pages.

    Sacrifice is the second book in the Crave series by Laura J. Burns and Melinda Metz.

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    I am devastated that I ran out of time to read this prior to release. But I will be reading it next week at the latest. I have waited for what feels like forever for this book to be released, and now that it’s finally here there is no way that I won’t be adding this one to the pile next week. I may even take just a quick peek at it when it downloads at Midnight.

    As I’ve spotlighted this for my Book Watch post, as always, I’ll try not to go on too much here. But I can’t wait to get back into Shay and Gabriel’s world and see how they handle that certain situation they’d gotten themselves into.

    The Goodreads description has reminded me just how bad of a predicament Gabriel is in and the tough decision he’ll have to make. I know which way I want him to choose, but I still hope that it won’t come down to that. And I really hope to get answers to all the questions I’ve had after reading the first book in this series.

    The Girl of Fire and Thorns by Rae Carson will be released in the U.S. on September 20, 2011 in hardcover and eBook formats. It is currently available to pre-order online in both formats at Amazon and Barnes & Noble.

    Published by Greenwillow Books, an imprint of HarperCollins, the print edition is 432 pages.

    The Girl of Fire and Thorns is one of the books that can be chosen for the 2011 Debut Author Challenge hosted by Kristi at TheStorySiren.com.

    The Girl of Fire and Thorns is the first book in the Fire and Thorns trilogy by Rae Carson.

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    I’ve had this book on my wish list ever since I heard about it from stalking the publisher’s catalogs and I added it to my pre-orders as soon as it was available in eBook format. I wanted this book so much, in fact, that it was just the second book I requested from a publisher when I finally got the courage to ask.

    While I did receive the ARC, which I’m reading now and hope to have reviewed for Tuesday’s release date, I already know that I want the finished copy for my eBook collection. This story is an adventure. It swept me away to another time and place, making it very difficult for me to disengage and come back to the computer to finish writing this post.

    I can easily see me loving this story when I was younger, maybe as much as I love it now. Maybe even more. Elisa is smart and brave and…okay this is not my review, so I’ll just stop. But this story is magical and the pages really do fly by.

    It’s a story that starts with a wedding, leading to a harrowing journey to a faraway kingdom. If this doesn’t sound like an epic adventure, I don’t know what would.

    Beautiful Days by Anna Godbersen will be released in the U.S. on September 20, 2011 in hardcover and eBook formats. It is currently available to pre-order online in both formats at Amazon and Barnes & Noble.

    Published by HarperCollins, the print edition is 368 pages.

    Beautiful Days is the second book in the Bright Young Things series by Anna Godbersen.

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    I discovered this series when I was searching for sneak peeks for my Extras post earlier this month. I saw that not only was the publisher giving a nice long look inside this sequel, they were also offering the first book in the series as a free eBook download from Amazon and Barnes & Noble.

    While this isn’t necessarily the type of story I’d seek out, having read the description has me intrigued about the characters. And since I downloaded the first book I have to add its sequel to my collection.

    Because the Goodreads description for Beautiful Days slightly spoiled the ending for the first book, I didn’t hesitate to take a peek at the first couple pages of Beautiful Days.

    The author’s writing style is very much attuned to the period, which makes it very easy to be taken back in time to the end of the Jazz Age in 1929. And she paints such a descriptive picture with her words, that you feel as if you’re right there with the characters, experiencing what they are.

    So, of course I now want to read both books in this series and see if I’ve found yet another type of historical YA fiction that I can fall in love with.

    Cold Kiss by Amy Garvey will be released in the U.S. on September 20, 2011 in hardcover and eBook formats. It is currently available to pre-order online in both formats at Amazon and Barnes & Noble.

    Published by HarperTeen, the print edition is 304 pages.

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    I have been staring at the ARC of Cold Kiss on my shelves for over a month now and I’ve wanted to just reach out and grab it every single time I walked by. I have about five of those books on my shelves and Cold Kiss is one of them. This story sounds absolutely heartbreaking even while the premise seems chilling – no pun intended.

    While I don’t know exactly what Wren’s powers are or how she managed to bring her boyfriend Danny back from the dead, I understand why she did it, and I do know that he’s not the same as he once was.

    And when she inevitably begins to fall for someone else, she feels remorse for what she has done to Danny and tries to set things right. Whatever the end result will be in this book, I can only imagine that it will be heartbreaking. I am just a little bit hopeful that while it will be incredibly sad, things will end up as they should.

    I’m really looking forward to reading this book, especially when the description promises that – “Wren’s unforgettable voice and story will stay with readers long after the last page is turned.” I haven’t decided whether I’ll be reading the finished copy that’s downloading to my eReader this week or the ARC that’s sitting on my shelves. Tough choice.

    The Slayer Chronicles: First Kill by Heather Brewer will be released in the U.S. on September 20, 2011 in hardcover, audio and eBook formats. It is currently available to pre-order online in all formats at Amazon and Barnes & Noble.

    Published by Dial Books for Young Readers, a division of Penguin Group, the print edition is 320 pages.

    First Kill is the first book in The Slayer Chronicles, told from Joss McMillan’s point of view, by Heather Brewer.

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    I find myself strangely addicted to this series even though I’ve only actually read the first book. I think it’s the covers. I own every single book in The Chronicles of Vladimir Tod and I couldn’t help but add this to my pre-orders with the hope of someday reading them all. In one sitting.

    This new series is from Joss Macmillan’s point of view and according to the description it can be read on its own without having read Vladimir Tod’s story. Though I plan on finishing up Vlad’s series before beginning this one.

    While I only just got to know Joss in the first book in the series, from what I understand he is a slayer and therefore becomes Vlad’s enemy. I’m not sure if this new series takes us back to eighth grade or picks up somewhere along the way, but I can’t wait to read First Kill to find out. (I am assuming that Joss’s first kill will take place somewhere during the course of this book, but as he didn’t become a slayer in the Vlad book I read, I’m not sure when that happens.)

    I am really glad that this series is continuing and I can’t wait to see things from the slayer’s point of view.

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    Week after week in September, the great new books just keep on coming. Of course everyone knows my most anticipated September release is finally coming out next week, but that doesn’t mean I’m not super excited for all six of these books that I’ll have in just about 24 hours.

    By the time these books will have downloaded, I’ll only have read one of the above books, but I plan on reading a few of them over the next several weeks and hopefully the remainder by year’s end.

    While a few of these are books from authors I’ve known and loved for awhile, I am excited to discover a few new ones, especially Rae Carson, whose book I’m in the middle of devouring right now and am dying to get back to.

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    As always, I would love to hear what you’re hoping to add to your collection this week!

    And if you have any great suggestions of “must read” books to buy that are releasing this week, please let me know!

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