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Everything about Anna’s life is a secret. Her father works for the Branch at the helm of its latest project: monitoring and administering treatments to the four genetically altered boys in the lab below their farmhouse. There’s Nick, solemn and brooding; Cas, lighthearted and playful; Trev, smart and caring; and Sam…who’s stolen Anna’s heart. Reserved and always controlled, Sam does everything with purpose. When the Branch decides it’s time to take the boys, Sam stages an escape, killing the agents sent to retrieve them. Anna is torn between following Sam or staying behind in the safety of her everyday life. But her father pushes her to go, making Sam promise to keep her away from the Branch, at all costs. There’s just one problem. Sam and the boys don’t remember anything before living in the lab – not even their true identities. Now on the run, her father’s warning in her head, Anna begins to doubt everything she thought she knew about herself. She soon discovers that she and Sam are connected in more ways than either of them expected. And if they’re both going to survive, they must piece together the clues of their past before the Branch catches up to them and steals it all away.
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Posted in Andrea Cremer, Ann Aguirre, Becca Fitzpatrick, Beth Revis, Brenna Yovanoff, Cassandra Rose Clarke, Darynda Jones, Ilsa J. Bick, J. Kenner, Jennifer Lynn Barnes, Jennifer Rush, Julie Kagawa, Kady Cross, Karen Duvall, Kelley Armstrong, Kim Harrison, Kristen Simmons, Lenore Appelhans, Marie Lu, Marissa Meyer, Megan Hart, Megan Shepherd, R. J. Anderson, Reading Wishlist, Richelle Mead, Trisha Telep, Veronica Rossi
Tagged 'Til the World Ends, A Perfect Blood, Altered, Amityville Horrible, Article 5, December 2012 Releases, Ever After, Fourth Grave Beneath My Feet, January 2013 Releases, Level 2, Nobody, Paper Valentine, Prodigy, Quicksilver, Release Me, Rift, Rise, Scarlet, Shades of Earth, Silence, Switch, The Girl in the Clockwork Collar, The Golden Lily, The Mad Scientist's Daughter, The Madman's Daughter, The Mammoth Book of Futuristic Romance, The Sin-Eater's Confession, Through the Ever Night, Ultraviolet, Under the Never Sky
Lenore Appelhans‘s Level Two to Simon & Schuster Books for Young Readers in a joint acquisition with CBS Films. The liminal place between our world (Level One) & heaven, Felicia spends her days reliving her memories from the security of her pod – until she gets broken out by Julian, a boy she met on Earth.
Debra Driza‘s Mila 2.0. The teenage protagonist discovers that she is a government experiment – an android with human emotions.
Gemma Malley‘s The Killables dystopian YA trilogy to Hachette Hodder (World Rights). Set in the year 2065, Evie & Raffy work for the government in a society where evil no longer exists. After a war on terror that almost destroyed the world, The City has been established; citizens may only enter after having the “evil” part of their brain removed. To be published in hardcover March 2012, with paperback publication to follow in October. The 2nd & 3rd novels will be published in 2013 & 2014 respectively.
Daniel Marks‘s YA novel Velveteen in a 2-book deal to Delacorte (NA). Pitched as a cross between Beetlejuice & Jennifer’s Body. A serial killer’s victim attempts to get revenge from Purgatory.
Jennifer Rush‘s YA novel Altered in a 3-book deal to Little, Brown (World English), for publication in 2012. Pitched as Dollhouse meets Prison Break. 17-year-old Anna finds herself on the run from her father’s enigmatic Agency, along with the 4 teen boys the Agency had been experimenting on, in a mystery of erased memories, secret identities & genetic alteration.
Jessica Spotswood‘s Born Wicked in a 3-book deal to G. P. Putnam’s Sons Books for Young Readers (World). Set in “a world of tea parties, engagement & elegant dresses), the Cahill sisters – a trio of teen witches – must hide their powers in order to save themselves from being shipped off to prison or a mental ward.
Posted in Daniel Marks, Debra Driza, Gemma Malley, Jennifer Rush, Jessica Spotswood, Lenore Appelhans
Tagged Altered, Born Wicked, Level Two, Mila 2.0, The Killables, Velveteen