Happy Release Day to:
The Stone Demon (Iron Witch, Book 3)
Llewellyn Flux (US: 8th April 2013)
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After being tricked into opening the doorway to the Demon Realm by Aliette, the Wood Queen, Donna Underwood is faced with a terrible ultimatum from the newly released demon hordes: the alchemists must deliver the Philosopher’s Stone, or the world will be plunged into a devastating modern-day Dark Age. Donna is sent to London, where she can learn how to recreate the Stone and complete her alchemist’s training. But time is running out. As she faces Demian, the vengeful demon king, Donna realises the awful truth about collecting the Stone’s elements. And this time, even braving death may not be enough to save the world.
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Tagged April 2013 Releases, Belonging, Bitter Blood, Black Heart, Breath, Broken, Bronze Gods, Dark Days, Dead River, Dust, Fall of Night, Finale, Imposter, Legend, March 2013 Releases, Oath Bound, Rebirth, Redemption, Revelation, Stung, Tempest, The Disappearances, The Girl in the Clockwork Collar, The Rising, The Savage Grace, The Stone Demon, The Ward, This Girl, Twice Tempted, Unbreakable, Unraveling, Unremembered, With All My Soul
Miriam Forster‘s debut House of a Thousand Dolls. Takes place on an isolated estate where orphaned girls are trained for nefarious purposes. When people start dying, a servant must uncover the truth or she will be sold into slavery.
Claudia Gabel & Cheryl Klam‘s Elusion & Etherworld to Katherine Tegen Books (NA). A futuristic thriller series about 3 teenagers attempting to solve a mystery with serious personal stakes. It leads them inside an alternate reality game which transports users to dangerously seductive Utopian world.
Kate Locke (a.k.a. Kathryn Smith/Kady Cross): 3 books to Orbit US. God Save the Queen (July 2012) is a contemporary urban fantasy – but Queen Victoria still rules 175 years after her ascension. Half-blood Alexandra has been born into a world where horse-drawn carriages, ballgowns & corsets mesh with the modern fashions of the humans outside of the vampire aristocracy.
Karen Mahoney: 3 YA novels to Random House Children’s Books (UK), including The Stone Demon & Beautiful Ghosts.
Saundra Mitchell‘s Mistwalker & Aetherborne to Houghton Mifflin Harcourt (World). Aetherborne concludes the trilogy that began with The Vespertine & The Springsweet. Mistwalker is about a local legend in a lobstering town in Maine & the girl who becomes entangled in its mysteries.
J. A. Souders‘s Renegade. Set in an underwater Utopia where a female assassin realises that she does not control her own mind or body, & that her memories have been altered.
Brenna Yovanoff‘s Paper Valentine to Razorbill (NA) in a 2-book deal, for publication in 2013. A girl haunted by the troubled ghost of her best friend finds herself sucked into a darkly mesmerising string of murders, in which a serial killer who leaves a paper-heart “valentine” on his victims’ bodies draws ever closer.
Posted in Brenna Yovanoff, Cheryl Klam, Claudia Gabel, J. A. Souders, Kady Cross, Karen Mahoney, Kate Locke, Kathryn Smith, Miriam Forster, Saundra Mitchell
Tagged Aetherborne, Beautiful Ghosts, Elusion, Etherworld, God Save the Queen, House of a Thousand Dolls, Mistwalker, Paper Valentine, Renegade, The Stone Demon