In An Absent Dream (Wayward Children, #4) — Seanan McGuire

TITLE: In An Absent Dream AUTHOR: Seanan McGuire SERIES: Wayward Children, #4 RELEASES: January 8th, 2019; TorDotCom GENRE: Fantasy AGE RANGE: Adult When a very serious little girl finds a magical door in the woods, she decides to leave behind a life of loneliness to go off in search of adventure, never expecting to find a mystical Market on the […]

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The Gilded Wolves — Roshani Chokshi

TITLE: The Gilded Wolves AUTHOR: Roshani Chokshi SERIES: The Gilded Wolves, #1 RELEASES: January 15th, 2019; Wednesday Books GENRE: Historical/Fantasy AGE RANGE: YA The setting is Paris, 1889, and the world is a strange and industrious place, run by Forgers and curators of fantastical items. Séverin is a treasure-hunter with a crew, and he’s looking to find the item he […]

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Kingdom of Needle and Bone — Mira Grant

TITLE: Kingdom of Needle and Bone AUTHOR: Mira Grant RELEASES: December 31st, 2018; Subterranean Press GENRE: Horror/Sci-fi AGE RANGE: Adult It starts with one little girl, the reappearance of a disease that should have long since been eradicated by vaccines, slowly making its way back into the world as anti-vaxxer movements rise. But this disease has a new strain, and […]

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Snow in Love [fluffy YA contemporary anthology]

TITLE: Snow in Love AUTHORS: Kasie West, Aimee Friedman, Melissa de la Cruz, Nic Stone RELEASED: October 30th, 2018; Point GENRE: Contemporary AGE RANGE: YA Like many of us in the fandom of YA contemporary reads, I love a good, fluffy Christmas story, but I find that “fluffy” contemporary works best for me in short formatting, so that […]

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Dear Heartbreak [YA nonfiction anthology]

TITLE: Dear Heartbreak EDITOR: Heather Demetrios RELEASES: December 18th, 2018 GENRE: Nonfiction AGE RANGE: YA In this collection, YA authors answer real letters from teens all over the world about the dark side of love: dating violence, break-ups, cheating, betrayals, and loneliness. DNF @ pg 87 This is probably the most disappointing, upsetting DNF review I’ve written in […]

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