Currently Reading: The Gathering by Kelly Armstrong

Tuesday, March 6, 2012

Books that are coming out next week!

From the Gallagher Girls Series comes:
Book number 5:Out of sight, Out of time (3/13/12):
With more than a million Gallagher Girls books sold, a legion of fans have fallen in love with the New York Times best-selling spy-girl series, and the fifth book delivers the most nerve-wracking, high-stakes adventure yet.

From the Chronicles of Nick series comes:

Book number 3 Infamous (3/13/12):
The world has fallen in love with Nick Gautier and the Dark-Hunters.
Now Nick's saga continues in the next eagerly anticipated volume....

Book number 2 Invincible on paperback (3/13/12):

The second novel in the new teen series, The Chronicles of Nick, a spin-off from the blockbuster Dark-Hunter series—from #1 New York Times bestselling author Sherrilyn Kenyon

From the Hex Hall series comes:
Book number 3 : Spell bound (3/13/12):
Hailed as “impossible to put down,” the Hex Hall series has both critics and teens cheering. With a winning combination of romance, action, magic and humor, this third volume will leave readers enchanted.

From the Vampire Diaries series comes:

Stephens Diary number 6 : The compelled on paperback (3/13/12):
Control or be controlled . . .

The Hunters number 2: Moonsong (3/13/12):
Evil never dies. . . .

The Return number 3: Midnight on paperback (3/13/12):

The devil you know . . .

From the Dark Divine series comes:
Book number 3: The Saving Grace (3/13/12):

From the Forest of hands and teeth series comes:
Book number 3: The Dark and hollow places on paperback (3/13/12)

Steel by Carrie Vaughn on paperback (3/13/12)

It was a slender length of rusted steel, tapered to a point at one end and jagged at the other, as if it had broken. A thousand people would step over it and think it trash, but not her.
This was the tip of a rapier.
Sixteen-year-old Jill has fought in dozens of fencing tournaments, but she has never held a sharpened blade. When she finds a corroded sword piece on a Caribbean beach, she is instantly intrigued and pockets it as her own personal treasure.
The broken tip holds secrets, though, and it transports Jill through time to the deck of a pirate ship. Stranded in the past and surrounded by strangers, she is forced to sign on as crew. But a pirate's life is bloody and brief, and as Jill learns about the dark magic that brought her there, she forms a desperate scheme to get home—one that risks everything in a duel to the death with a villainous pirate captain.

Wanderlove by Kristen Hubbard (3/13/12):

Are you a Global Vagabond?

No, but 18-year-old Bria wants to be. In a quest for independence, her neglected art, and no-strings-attached hookups, she signs up for a tour of Central America—the wrong one. Middle-aged tourists are hardly the key to self-rediscovery.
So when Bria meets Rowan, devoted backpacker and dive instructor, and his outspoken sister Starling, she seizes the chance to ditch her group and join them off the beaten path. Bria's a good girl trying to go bad. Rowan's a bad boy trying to stay good. As they travel through Mayan villages and remote Belizean islands, they discover they're both seeking to leave behind the old versions of themselves. The secret to escaping the past, Rowan's found, is to keep moving forward. But Bria realizes she can't run forever. At some point, you have to look back.

Starters by Lisa Price (2012 debut author) (3/13/12):

In the future, teens rent their bodies to seniors who want to be young again. One girl discovers her renter plans to do more than party—her body will commit murder, if her mind can't stop it. Sixteen-year-old Callie lost her parents when the genocide spore wiped out everyone except those who were vaccinated first—the very young and very old. With no grandparents to claim Callie and her little brother, they go on the run, living as squatters, and fighting off unclaimed renegades who would kill for a cookie. Hope comes via Prime Destinations, run by a mysterious figure known only as The Old Man. He hires teens to rent their bodies to seniors, known as enders, who get to be young again. Callie's neurochip malfunctions and she wakes up in the life of her rich renter, living in her mansion, driving her cars, evendating Blake, the grandson of a senator. It's a fairy-tale new life . . . until she uncovers the Body Bank's horrible plan. . . .
Kami Garcia, coauthor of the New York Times bestselling Beautiful Creatures novels said “Fans of The Hunger Games will love it.”

What book are you most excited to buy this coming week? If you have read the ARC of any of these books would you buy the finished copy?

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