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    Posted by: Ember Blue Posted date: 5:43 AM / comment : 0



    Happy Tuesday.  Who wishes it was Friday already?  I know I do.
     
     
    Top Ten Books I've Recently Put on My Wishlist
     
     
     
    10.
     
    Title:  Stealing Snow 
    Author:  Danielle Page
    Genre:  YA FairyTale Retelling
    Release Date:  2016 by Bloomsbury Children's
     
    Blurb:
     
    Reminiscent of Wicked and Maleficent, in Stealing Snow, seventeen-year-old Snow escapes a mental institution in upstate New York and ends up lost in Algid, a Winterland of ice. Confronted with a past she never knew she’d had, in a strange world that mirrors her dreams, Snow meets the River Witch who tells of a prophecy: Snow must save this mysterious frozen land from the evil King Lazar and claim it for her own or she will never escape Algid. As pieces of her life at the asylum and this new place start to weave together in disturbing ways, Snow seeks safety from kind, handsome young Kai. But who can she really trust and at what price? This gripping, re-imagination of Hans Christian Andersen’s The Snow Queen is equal parts romance and fairy tale—a quest to fulfill a destiny that may not go where the heart leads…and the dark twists and turns it sometimes takes to get there.
     
     
    9.
     
    Title: A Drop of Night
    Author:  Stefan Bachmann
    Genre:  YA Mystery/Thriller
    Release Date:  2016 by Greenwillow Books
     
    Blurb:
     
    Five gifted teenagers are selected out of hundreds of other candidates to fly to France and help with the excavation of a vast, underground palace buried a hundred feet below the suburbs of Paris. Built in the 1780's to hide an aristocratic family and a mad duke during the French Revolution, the palace was sealed after the aristocrats fled there. No one has set foot in it for over two centuries.

    Now, in the present day, the teenagers enter with cutting-edge technology, state-of-the-art security, scientists and chaperones. And then a brutal accident occurs. No way out. Caught in the dark.

    They will have to fight to survive. But are they really alone in the depths?
     
     
    8.
     
    Title:  Breaker
    Author:  Kat Ellis
    Genre:  YA Suspense
    Release Date:  2016 by Running Press Teen
     
    Blurb:
     
    An executed serial killer's son enrolls in a new school and finds himself drawn to a girl in his class - only to discover she is the daughter of his father's last victim.
     
     
    7.
     
    Title:  The Bride of Dusk and Glass
    Author: 
    Genre: YA Fantasy Mythology Retelling
    Release Date:  2016 by St. Martin's Griffin
     
    Blurb:
     
    Eileen Rothschild at St. Martin's Griffin has bought The Bride of Dusk and Glass by Roshani Chokshi, pitched as a Hades and Persephone-style romance infused with Indian mythology, about an unlikely princess who must overcome her sinister horoscope and embarks on a quest to unravel her true identity and find the one she loves.
     
     
    6.
     
    Title:  How to Hang a Witch
    Author:  Adriana Mather
    Genre:  YA Mystery
    Release Date:  2016 by Knopf BFYR
     
    Blurb:
     
    Nancy Hinkel at Knopf pre-empted North American rights to How to Hang a Witch, a debut novel by producer and actress Adriana Mather, a direct descendant of Cotton Mather. Pitched as The Ghost and Mrs. Muir meets The Craft, it follows Samantha Mather, who has moved to Salem with her stepmother 300 years after her family hanged witches there, to find she is ostracized by the witch descendants at school, as she unravels the lost secrets of the hangings and her family.

    Publication is set for fall 2016; Rosemary Stimola of Stimola Literary Studio negotiated the two-book, six-figure deal.
     
     
    5.
     
    Title:  Pitch Dark
    Author:  Courtney Alameda
    Genre:  YA Science Fiction
    Release Date:  2016 by Feiwel and Friends
     
    Blurb:
     
    Liz Szabla at Feiwel and Friends has bought Pitch Dark, a novel set against a future of marauding space scavengers and deadly aliens who kill with sound. Publication is scheduled for fall 2016.
     
     
    4.
     
    Title:  Dead Girls Society
    Author:  Michelle Krys
    Genre:  YA Contemporary
    Release Date:  2016 by Delacorte Press
     
    Blurb:
     
    Wendy Loggia at Delacorte Press has acquired world rights to Dead Girls Society by Hexed author Michelle Krys, about a girl who escapes her helicopter parents by joining a high-stakes dare club; she discovers more than thrills: girls are going missing, and she might be next. Publication is slated for 2016; Adriann Ranta at Wolf Literary Services was the agent.
     
     
    3.
     
    Title:  The Dark Days Club (Lady Helen #1)
    Author:  Alison Goodman
    Genre:  YA Historical Fiction
    Release Date:  January 26th 2016 by Viking Books for Young Readers
     
    Blurb:
     
    London, April 1812. Eighteen-year-old Lady Helen Wrexhall is on the eve of her debut presentation to the Queen. Her life should be about gowns and dancing, and securing a suitable marriage. Instead, when one of her family's housemaids goes missing, Lady Helen is drawn to the shadows of Regency London.

    There, she finds William, the Earl of Carlston. He has noticed the disappearance, too, and is one of the few who can stop the perpetrators: a cabal of powerful demons that has infiltrated every level of society. But Lady Helen’s curiosity is the last thing Carlston wants—especially when he sees the searching intelligence behind her fluttering fan. Should Helen trust a man whose reputation is almost as black as his lingering eyes? And will her headstrong sense of justice lead them both into a death trap?

    In The Dark Days Club, internationally best-selling author Alison Goodman introduces readers to a heroine who is just as remarkable as Eona—and yet again reinvents an establlished literary genre, making it her own.
     
     
    2.
     
    Title:  Blackhearts
    Author:  Nicole Castroman
    Genre:  YA Historical Fiction with Pirates!
    Release Date:  February 9th 2016 by Simon Pulse
     
    Blurb:
     
    Inspired by the tale of Blackbeard, it's the story of a forbidden romance between a servant girl desperate for freedom and the master's son who dreams of a life at sea. But they are caught up in something bigger than their circumstances: a love that changes the course of history.
     
     
    1.
     
    Title:  Three Dark Crowns
    Author:  Kendare Blake
    Genre:  YA Horror
    Release Date:  2016 by Harper Teen
     
    Blurb:
     
    Three Dark Crowns tells the story of triplet sisters on a remote island ruled by powerful magic and ancient family lineages. Separated at birth, one of the sisters will grow up to be queen, but in order to ascend to the throne she must hone her magic for a dark purpose: assassinating her other two sisters before they kill her first. Book one is scheduled for release in fall 2016;

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