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Sunday, July 29, 2012

Out This Week (July 29-August 4)

Here are some of the teen titles coming out this week. Very interesting... 
  •  8.1.12 No Way Out (Bluford High #14) by Peggy Kern
  • 8.2.12 Survive by Alex Morel
  •  8.1.12 Someday Dancer by Sarah Rubin
  • 7.31.12 Hide and Seek (The Lying Game #4) by Sara Shepard
  •  7.31.12 Destiny (Immortal #4) by Gillian Shields
  • 7.31.12 No Boyz Allowed by Ni-Ni Simone
  • 8.1.12 The Far West by Patricia C. Wrede
  • 8.2.12 The Waiting Sky by Lara Zielin

Thursday, July 26, 2012

The Dark Unwinding by Sharon Cameron

Title: The Dark Unwinding
Author: Sharon Cameron
ISBN: 9780545469647
Publisher: Scholastic
Released: September 01, 2012
Series: N/A
Page #: 318
Source: ARC from the publisher

"When a rumor that her uncle is squandering away the family fortune surfaces, Katharine Tulman is sent to have him committed to an asylum. But instead of a lunatic, Katharine discovers a genius inventor with his own set of childlike rules, who is employing a village of nine hundred people rescued from the workhouses of London. Katharine is now torn between protecting her own livelihood and preserving the peculiar community she has grown to care for deeply. And things are made even more complicated by the growing feelings Katharine has for her uncle's handome apprentice.

As the mysteries of the estate begin to unravel, it is clear that it is not only her uncle's world that is at stake, but also the state of England as Katharine knows it. With twists and turns at every corner, this heart-racing adventure will captivate readers with its thrills and romance, until the stunning end.
First Lines:

"June 1852
Warm sun and robin's-egg skies were inappropriate conditions for sending one's uncle to a lunatic asylum. I had settled this point four hours earlier, while miles of road slipped beneath the carriage wheels."
Page 1

I was definitely in the mood for a historical story - and the mystery aspect of this story really gave it a boost. And some of the characters... well, you can't help but fall in love with them.

Katharine lives with her Aunt and cousin in London. Her Aunt is a very strict and sour woman - and reminds Katharine often about her situation and her control over her life. It is rumored that her uncle needs to be committed to an asylum and her aunt sends her off to make that determination. Once she gets to her uncle's house, she realizes just exactly what he is like and how people perceive him. It's not quite what her aunt thinks - and Katharine has a hard decision to make. Not to mention that there are strange noises, secret passages, and odd characters to contend with.

I wasn't expecting to like this book as much as I did. It's a really solid historical fiction book that is very character driven - with types of people you would never expect. I would almost describe this book as heartwarming. Katharine starts out fighting opposition coming from all sides, and she has to believe in herself to get through the days. But you really are rooting for her from page one.

The character of Katharine's Uncle - Mr. Tully - is very interesting. He's a genius, to put it lightly. But he has a childlike mindset. He has playtime every day... takes tea at the same time every day... is very concerned with counting and repetition and rules. He builds these amazing clockwork characters - mostly based on people he has known. And Katharine finds that she understands him and knows how to be a part of his life. Which is much to the surprise of everyone else in the town.

There are tons of characters to love... Mary Brown, Davy, Lane, Ben Aldridge, and so many more. They really make this story interesting for very different reasons. They made me wish I lived in the town with them. But it seems like a great life and they all are very loyal (for the most part ;)). Not to mention the love interest for Katharine - mild as it may have been.

 It's really well done and I wished for about 100 more pages. Alas. I am a little worried that the ending was a bit rushed - it felt like there was a lot of ground to cover in the last couple of chapters. But I was happy enough with how things turned out. If there's a next book with these characters, I'm all in! :)

I really think that anyone who likes historical fiction will really love this book. It's a great story and it was such a fast read. I also think that the themes are so universal, you can get past the historical stuff if you're not interested - but I love that stuff. I've already recommended this book to a couple of people, so I'm excited. I also think it's great that the author is from Nashville - because that's where I'm from/live now. So cool! I love finding awesome local authors. I look forward to more from her.
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Yeah, so... didn't see any other reviews out there yet. I'm sure there will be more once we get closer to the pub date. I urge you all to give it a shot.

Wednesday, July 25, 2012

Waiting on Wednesday (114)

"Waiting on Wednesday" is hosted by Jill at Breaking the Spine. Here's are two wonderful books I'm waiting on this week...

False Memory
by Dan Krokos
To be released: August 14, 2012

Summary from Barnes and Noble:
"Miranda wakes up alone on a park bench with no memory. In her panic, she releases a mysterious energy that incites pure terror in everyone around her. Except Peter, a boy who isn’t at all surprised by Miranda’s shocking ability.
Left with no choice but to trust this stranger, Miranda discovers she was trained to be a weapon and is part of an elite force of genetically-altered teens who possess flawless combat skills and powers strong enough to destroy a city. But adjusting to her old life isn’t easy—especially with Noah, the boyfriend she can't remember loving.

Then Miranda uncovers a dark truth that sets her team on the run. Suddenly her past doesn’t seem to matter...when there may not be a future.

Dan Krokos' debut is a tour-de-force of non-stop action that will leave readers begging for the next book in this bold and powerful new series.

Doesn't this book sound wonderful?! I believe I have it waiting for me on NetGalley, but I'm still excited. It sounds like a great adventure!

The Unnaturalists
by Tiffany Trent
To be released: August 14, 2012

Summary from Barnes and Noble:
"In an alternate London where magical creatures are preserved in a museum, two teens find themselves caught in a web of intrigue, deception, and danger.

Vespa Nyx wants nothing more than to spend the rest of her life cataloging Unnatural creatures in her father’s museum, but as she gets older, the requirement to become a lady and find a husband is looming large. Syrus Reed’s Tinker family has always served and revered the Unnaturals from afar, but when his family is captured to be refinery slaves, he finds that his fate may be bound up with Vespa’s—and with the Unnaturals.

As the danger grows, Vespa and Syrus find themselves in a tightening web of deception and intrigue. At stake may be the fate of New London—and the world."

I'm sort of a sucker for steampunk covers these days. And this one is awesome. I'm definitely excited to see where this book takes me!

What are you waiting on this week? 

Monday, July 23, 2012

Forgiven by Jana Oliver

Title: Forgiven
Author: Jana Oliver
ISBN: 9780312614805
Publisher: St. Martin's Griffin
Released: March 27, 2012
Series: Demon Trappers #3
Page #: 354
Source: My own copy

"The days are growing darker for seventeen-year-old demon trapper Riley Blackthorne. With her father's reanimated body back safely, Beck barely speaking to her because of a certain hunky fallen angel, and a freshly made deal with Lucifer, she has enough on her hands to last a normal teenage lifetime. Though she bargained with Haven to save his life, her ex-boyfriend, Simon, has told the Vatican's Demon Hunters that she's working with Hell. So now she's in hiding, at the top of everyone's most-wanted list.

But it's becoming clear that this is bigger than Riley, and rapidly getting out of control: Something sinister is happening in Atlanta... or someone. Caught between her bargain with Heaven and her promise to Lucifer, Riley fears the final war is coming - and it may be closer than anyone thinks...."
First Lines:

"Riley Blackthorne's tears were no more. She'd cried herself dry, yet she still lingered in the arms of a dead man. If given the chance, she would remain in her father's arms for the rest of her life."
Page 1

I'm not sure what has drawn me to these books so hard, but I absolutely love the Demon Trappers series. They don't seem to be written like other YA novels, but I really have a hard time putting them down - this book included.

Riley has gone through a lot in the first two books. Crazy demon attacks, her father becoming a reanimated corpse, Beck acting odder and odder, angels making demands and promises, and the Italian demon trapping force coming to town to take over. And in this third book, things just get worse. The demons are starting to work together and the end of the world is coming. Too bad Riley has to figure out how to stop that. And the Vatican thinks she has something to do with all of the bad things that are happening.

Oh, Riley... how do you get in these messes? I have mentioned before how much I love these books - and I still think it's awesome that they're set in Atlanta. It's just one of the few things that really sets this series apart. I also think that having her as our first female trapper gives the story an edge of hard-ass-ness. :)

The love interest has grown even more in this latest installment. Denver Beck has become a force to be reckoned with. He's been hurt by Riley's actions - especially with the fallen angel.. and I was a little worried that things would fall through. I'm not going to spoil it for you, but he's still in Riley's life. And has a few issues on the side. Darn other women!

These books are seriously action-packed. You can't go a few chapters without some crazy demon attacking - and the cover up and the drama the ensues. It's a lot of fun and I find myself fearing for all of my favorite characters. Lots of, "No! Don't die!" and such :). But all of that really makes it an easier sell for boy readers - even though your protag is a girl. There are some universal survival things going on that makes it for everyone.

I almost threw this book across the room when I realized it wasn't the last one. I was hoping for some conclusion to a few story lines. You do get a little bit of that, but there's more to come. Which I guess I'm excited for... but man! This is one of the few series' that I have actually purchased. I don't typically purchase books (because I would be more broke than I already am), but this one just seemed worth it. And I haven't been disappointed yet.

I sort of feel like this series is under the radar of many teen readers. I'm not sure why, but that makes it easy to recommend. Which I do so... often. It's a worthwhile story and I cannot wait to see what happens in the next book - which comes out in December. I'm sure it will be epic and amazing - just like the rest of them. If you haven't read the first book, I highly recommend it.
Other Blog Reviews:

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Sunday, July 22, 2012

Out This Week (July 22-28)

 Some very cool books coming out this week...
  • 7.24.12 Guitar Notes by Mary Amato
  • 7.24.12 Something Strange and Deadly by Susan Dennard
  •  7.24.12 Cold Fury by T.M. Goeglein
  • 7.24.12 The Triumph of Death (Alex Van Helsing) by Jason Henderson
  • 7.24.12 Red Heart Tattoo by Lurlene McDaniel
  • 7.24.12 Endlessly (Paranormalcy #3) by Kiersten White

Thursday, July 19, 2012

Wicked Sweet by Mar'ce Merrell

Title: Wicked Sweet
Author: Mar'ce Merrell
ISBN: 9780312607494
Publisher: Feiwel and Friends
Released: May 22, 2012
Series: N/A
Page #: 328
Source: ARC from the publisher

"Chantal is a planner, and her summer-before-senior-year plan requires best friend Jillian, resume updating, and studying for AP classes. Jillian wants something different, and is afraid to leave introverted Chantal in the dust. All that changes, though, when popular classmates Parker and Will suspiciously start hanging out with the girls.

Chantal only sees one thing: Jillian ditching her for Parker - a guy who can't even be trusted! Chantal's new plan will expose Parker and will for what they truly are, and along the way, get her best friend back with the littlest lie and a lot of mouthwatering cake. After all, what are best friends for?
First Lines:

"When Jillian slips off her T-shirt, I swear I break out in hives. She must know I'm not prepared for my best friend in a string bikini. Surprises like this are for spontaneous people - not for me. Now I need more than cupcakes. I need an antihistamine."
Page 1

So, this book is called a fantastic beach read - and I must agree. Even though I didn't read it on the beach... I wish I had been. Fun, sweet, and silly teen read. What more could you ask for.

Chantal is sort of obsessive. About her friends, her life plan, her summer projects, and now... cake. Her best friend Jillian has decided to take her life in a different direction - to the dating world. And Chantal is having a hard time handling it. Not to mention that two of the most popular guys are showing interest. Too good to be true. When Chantal learns a secret about these guys, she starts baking them cakes... mystery lurv cakes.

You know, there was a lot more to this book than I was expecting. There is a whole family focus that lets you see into the lives of our four main characters. There's a little bit of the "Your Family Shapes Who You Are" stuff - which makes a few of them very interesting. One has a thousand brothers, one has an overbearing/abusive father, one has a family with high expectations... and so on. It makes them see the world in very different ways. I liked that added bonus to the hs drama stuff.

Will and Parker are very interesting - typical high school boys. But they each have their own agenda for the summer. Every year they have challenges to complete, but this year it has to do with girls. I loved being able to see the friendships change throughout the book. Things became strained for a bit, but it seemed like everyone grew up a bit. That's something you don't see in many books like this.

The only thing that kind of irritated me was the switch in perspective. You have four main characters and each chapter flips to someone new. Sometimes I felt like I didn't get enough from each of them to really understand their position. And I had to stop a couple of times to remember which person has which life. But I liked getting every side of the story. I just wished for more, I guess.

Can you resist a book with a cake on the cover? I don't think I can. This one is worth picking up. It's light hearted and a feel-good story. Probably even more so now that school has started back now. It will keep you in the summer mood for much longer. I would recommend it to anyone who loves teen romances - it fits the bill perfectly.
Other Blog Reviews:

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Sunday, July 15, 2012

The Unwritten Rule by Elizabeth Scott

Title: The Unwritten Rule
Author: Elizabeth Scott
Publisher: Simon Pulse
Released: May 24, 2011
Series: N/A
Page #: 210
Source: My own copy

"Sarah has had a crush on Ryan for years. He's easy to talk to, supersmart, and totally gets her. Lately it even seems like he's paying extra attention to her. Everything would be perfect except for two tiny details: Ryan is Brianna's boyfriend, and Brianna is Sarah's best friend.

Sarah forces herself to avoid Ryan and tries to convince herself not to like him. She feels so guilty for wanting him, and the last thing she wants to do is hurt her best friend. But when she is thrown together with Ryan one night, something happens between them. It's wonderful... and awful. Sarah is torn apart by guilt, but what she feels is nothing short of addiction, and she can't stop herself from wanting more...."
First Lines:

"I liked him first, but it doesn't matter.
I still like him.
That doesn't matter either.
Or at least, it's not supposed to."
Page 1, Chapter 1

It was about time for me to pick up a fun romance - and this book totally fit the bill. Sarah and Ryan are adorable and I couldn't ask for much more.

Brianna is Sarah's best friend. They've been friends most of their lives. And Sarah has no idea what she would do without Brianna. But there is one thing Brianna has that Sarah can't give up. Ryan. He's Brianna's boyfriend, but Sarah has a hard time letting go of him. Not to mention that Brianna is a bit full of herself - she could have any guy, she has had any guy, but she chose the one Sarah is interested in. Their friendship is totally on the line.

I love fluffy romances sometimes. Well, it's not all fluff, but it really did the trick for me. I think friend drama is something most everyone can relate to. At some point, we've all had that friend who thought they were cooler than us - and sort of walked all over you... I'm the only one? Oh. Well. Never mind then. :). But it really is something that is easy to imagine and gives me a much softer spot for Sarah.

Brianna is sort of a bitch. Not on purpose, I don't think. But she does seem to have an elevated sense of self-worth. Of course, this all comes down to how she is treated by her parents.Unfortunately, that made it hard for me to like her very much. I just wanted to shake her and make her see how she's being to her best friend. Then again, if the book had been written from her perspective, it might have been a whole different thing.

Sarah and Ryan are are in a super geeky love fest! 'Tis perfect. I just wanted to squeeze them into a group hug. So while there was all that drama going on, I was definitely rooting for these two. They are just perfect for each other. I also loved how things turned out in the end. It's not hard to imagine, but I'm not going to ruin it for you.
Romance lovers, rejoice! This is a great read and I think you will definitely enjoy it. I have read other Elizabeth Scott books and I haven't been disappointed yet. So give this one a try, for sure. I'm sure you'll enjoy it. And this one has been around for a little while - so it's in paperback. Worth it.
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Out This Week (July 15-21)

Take a look at some of the wonderful teen books coming out this week. A few covers seem a bit older, but I promise they're not :).
  •  7.17.12 The Unquiet by Jeannine Garsee
  • 7.17.12 A World Away by Nancy Grossman

  •  7.17.12 On Fire (A Teen Wolf Novel) by Nancy Holder
  • 7.19.12 Small Damages by Beth Kephart

  •  7.17.12 Holding On To Zoe by George Ella Lyon
  • 7.17.12 Before You Go by James Preller
  • 7.17.12 Spark (Sky Chasers #2) by Amy Kathleen Ryan
  • 7.19.12 The Girl With Borrowed Wings by Rinsai Rossetti

Saturday, July 14, 2012

Unraveling by Elizabeth Norris

Title: Unraveling
Author: Elizabeth Norris
ISBN: 9780062103734
Publisher: Balzer + Bray
Released: April 24, 2012
Series: n/a
Page #: 445
Source: ARC from the publisher

"Two days before her junior year, Janelle Tenner is hit by a pickup truck and killed - as in blinding light, scenes of her life flashing before her, then nothing. Except the next thing she knows, she's opening her eyes to find Ben Michaels, a loner from her high school whom she's never talked to, leaning over her. And even though it isn't possible, she knows that Ben has somehow brought her back to life.

But her revival, and Ben's role in it, is only one of the puzzles Janelle must solve. While snooping in her FBI agent father's files for clues about her accident, she uncovers a clock counting down to something - but to what? And when someone close to Janelle is killed, she can no longer deny what's right in front of her: Everything that's happened - the accident, the countdown, Ben's sudden appearance in her life - points to the end of life as she knows it. And as the clock ticks down, she realizes that if she wants to put a stop to the end of the world, she's going to need to unravel Ben's secrets - and keep from falling in love with him in the process."
First Lines:

"I can tell the exact moment Nick steps on the beach.
It doesn't matter that we've only been on three dates or that I wasn't his biggest fan for the last five years. It doesn't even matter that his romantic attempts to win me over this summer could be just a means to an end - better girls have been taken in by lesser guys."
Page 1

This book is part girl meets boy, part sci fi craziness, and part FBI mystery. It comes colliding together by the end, but you do feel like you've read two different books until that point. Well, sort of. But it's a very interesting story and I like how the author pulled in all of the different aspects. And it's a bit apocalyptic - with enough realism to be possible :).

It all starts when Janelle gets hit by a truck. Then brought back to life by a boy she barely knows, but is now intrigued by. She finds out there is something weird about him and his friends - they don't seem normal. Once the secrets start pouring out, she realizes there's more to this than she thinks. And her father is in the FBI, so there are secrets that she knows are being kept from her. Once there is a death really close to her, things start to get more interesting. Drama ensues.

Okay, so I loved the whole FBI part of this book. It gave it a full mystery feel - you know there are things going down from the beginning. It also allowed for some interesting adult characters that not many young adult books have. And on the flip side of that, you have Janelle's mother - who is a total loose cannon and doesn't live in reality. That balance of adult characters really made this an interesting story.

The way this book explains the end of the world is crazy cool. I love the idea that there are alternate realities where things are basically the same. Life is similar, people are similar, things are the same - well, in some of them. The concept is so well thought out, it feels like it could be truth. And that is the mark of an awesome book, I think.

While there are lots of dramatic things that happen, I have to complain about the ending a little bit. There is someone close to Janelle who dies in the end - and I cannot figure out why. It seems like a senseless thing to throw into the end... and I'm hoping there will be some sort of explanation in the next book. Otherwise, it seems sort of thrown in. But I'll keep my judgment for the next one :). 

Really, I feel like the cover of this book doesn't do it justice. But I definitely enjoyed the story and I think a lot of people who will love it - especially because it has so many different aspects. And it's an easy sell because of the whole semi-paranormal stuff. So, recommended. Give this one a shot. It's a crazy story and there's tons happening... but it's all worth it in the end.
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Thursday, July 12, 2012

The City's Son by Tom Pollock

Title: The City's Son
Author: Tom Pollock
ISBN: 9780738734309
Publisher: Flux Books
Released: September 08, 2012
Series: The Skyscraper Throne #1
Page #: 480
Source: ebook from Netgalley

"Running from her traitorous best friend and her estranged father, graffiti artist Beth Bradley is looking for sanctuary. What she finds is Urchin, the ragged and cocky crown prince of London's mystical underworld. Urchin opens Beth's eyes to the city she's never truly seen-where vast spiders crawl telephone wires seeking voices to steal, railwraiths escape their tethers, and statues conceal an ancient priesthood robed in bronze.

But it all teeters on the brink of destruction. Amid rumors that Urchin's goddess mothwer will soon return from her 15-year exile, Reach, a malign god of urban decay, wants the young prince dead. Helping Urchin raise an alleyway army to reclaim his skyscraper throne, Beth soon forgets her old life. But when her best friend is captured, Beth must choose between this wondrous existence and the life she left behind."
First Lines:

"I'm hunting. The sun sits low over Battersea, its rays streaking the brickwork like warpaint as I pad through the railway tunnels. My prey can't be far ahead now: there's a bitter, burned stench in the air, and every few yards I find another charred bundle that used to be a rat."
Page 3

This may be one of the strangest books I've read in a while. There's a lot of visualizing and imagination... but I'm not sure if it adds up to amazing. There are some crazy beasts, interesting friends, and a weird amount of lamp people. So yeah...

The boy is the son of the streets. His mother is actually London - like, for real. The city. The girl is a rebellious teen who has just gotten expelled from school for drawing her teachers face outside the building. And her father is totally zoned out since her mother's death. These two meet on accident, but the adventures they have from there are nothing short of intense. There's a war coming and they have to work together to keep it from destroying the city.

So... I wasn't expecting this book to be high fantasy. I mean, I got that it was going to be urban and gritty, but there was much more to it. The characters are all ones you have to get set in your head before you can move forward. It doesn't help that one of the characters changes every time you see them - conforming to whatever trash is handy. You have people trapped in statues, mirror people, voice-stealing spiders, lamp people, a creature made of trash, and a boy made of concrete, oil, and gasoline. And those are just the semi-good guys! Yeah, it gets a little confusing. I found myself stopping and having to reimagine some characters as the story went along.

I thought it was interesting the way that the city was its own character. Not in a setting sort of way - but the city actually comes to life. Cranes are characters... bricks are people... Everything is alive in some way - not that people notice it. But once you're aware of the way things really are, you can see it all. It's that whole see what you want to see thing. I do feel like I needed to know more about London to get some of the references to locations.

Because of all the strange characters and situations, it took me a while to get into the story. Once I sort of had things straight in my head, I could get into the battles and relationships. The ending is sort of heartwrenching, but I think it keeps me curious about the next book.

I cannot deny that this story is insanely imaginative. If you're looking for something really different and thought provoking, then I definitely recommend this book to you. If you're looking for something easy and fun, look elsewhere. It's an interesting book and I think it will find the right audience... I'm just not sure I'm in that group. And there's more to come from these characters, so I'll be interested to see how things pan out.
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Giveaway Winner!

Alright, everyone... I officially have a winner for my Summer Reads Giveaway! Rafflecopter did its randomized choosing and out came...

Holly L! 

She has been notified by email and hopefully a box will be on the way to her shortly.

To all of you that entered the giveaway - thank you so much! I'm glad you were all excited about it. For the new followers, welcome.
I hope you stick around for a while to see what The Ninja Librarian is all about. I'm glad to have you.

Thank you all again!

Wednesday, July 11, 2012

Waiting on Wednesday (113)

"Waiting on Wednesday" is hosted by Jill at Breaking the Spine. Here's what I'm waiting on this week...

Cold Fury
by T.M. Goeglein
To be released: July 24, 2012

Summary from Barnes and Noble:
"Jason Bourne meets The Sopranos in this breathtaking adventure

Sara Jane Rispoli is a normal sixteen-year-old coping with school and a budding romance--until her parents and brother are kidnapped and she discovers her family is deeply embedded in the Chicago Outfit (aka the mob).

Now on the run from a masked assassin, rogue cops and her turncoat uncle, Sara Jane is chased and attacked at every turn, fighting back with cold fury as she searches for her family. It's a quest that takes her through concealed doors and forgotten speakeasies--a city hiding in plain sight. Though armed with a .45 and 96K in cash, an old tattered notebook might be her best defense--hidden in its pages the secret to "ultimate power." It's why she's being pursued, why her family was taken, and could be the key to saving all of their lives.

Action packed, with fresh, cinematic writing, Cold Fury is a riveting and imaginative adventure readers will devour."

Doesn't this sound like an awesome spy/mystery/mob/action story?! I could really use a great one like this. I'm definitely looking forward to it!

What are you waiting on this week?

Sunday, July 8, 2012

Out this Week (July 8-14)

Check out some of the wonderful titles coming out this week. This is only a portion - such a busy week! : 
  •  7.10.12 The Thing About the Truth by Lauren Barnholdt
  • 7.10.12 The Last Guardian (Artemis Fowl #8) by Eoin Colfer
  •  7.10.12 Such a Rush by Jennifer Echols
  • 7.10.12 The Prisoner of Cell 25 (Michael Vey #1) by Richard Paul Evans

  •  7.10.12 Lost Girls by Ann Kelley
  • 7.10.12 Insignia by S.J. Kincaid
  •  7.10.12 Diva (The Flappers #3) by Jillian Larkin
  • 7.10.12 Don't You Wish by Roxanne St. Claire
  • 7.10.12 The Little Woods by McCormick Templeton
  • 7.10.12 Quarantine: The Loners by Lex Thomas

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