February 5th is going to be a big day for YA Lit. Big. Ten new releases.
What’s not to love?
“Etiquette and Espionage” by Gail Carriger has got manners all figured out.
“It's one thing to learn to curtsy properly. It's quite another to learn to curtsy and throw a knife at the same time. Welcome to Finishing School”
“Scarlet, The Lunar Chronicles” by Marissa Meyer is a race to the finish with a cyborg mechanic, a street fighter named Wolf and a grandma in grave danger.
“Midwinterblood” by Marcus Sedgwick intertwines seven stories that all take place on the remote Scandinavian island of Blessed. Is the island really blessed or is there something else at play here?
“Homeland” by Cory Doctorow is the sequel to “Little Brother” and follows up to Marcus’ hacktivist past. When a former nemesis shows up with a thumbdrive of info and Marcus is witness to a kidnapping, he has choices to make.
“Hysteria” by Megan Miranda proves that memory may be the best defense.
“The Whole Stupid Way We Are” by N. Griffin weaves a tale of how sometimes it’s easier to help others than it is to help ourselves.
“Unravel Me” by Tahereh Mafi is the sequel to “Shatter Me” and embraces life-changing decisions about what someone wants and what someone thinks is right.
“City of a Thousand Dolls” by Miriam Forster tells the tale of the girl with no past, no future, and she may be the only one to save lives.
“Perfect Scoundrels” by Ally Carter poses an interesting dilemma. How far is too far when a heist is involved?
“Cross my Heart, Hope to Die” by Sara Shepard is Book 5 of The Lying Game. Can Emma really fool everyone that she is her twin? Unfortunately, someone is onto her.
What new release will you read today?