Sarah J. Maas’s Tower of Dawn, the sixth book in the Throne of Glass series, follows Chaol and Nesryn on an adventure across the ocean—and through the human heart.
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A badass heroine is on a quest to avenge her family in Michelle Modesto's western-meets-paranormal debut, Revenge and the Wild.
In Stephanie Oakes' The Sacred Lies of Minnow Bly, a teenage girl ends up in juvie after escaping a cult with a penchant for chopping off body parts, WHAT WHAT.
In How to Win at High School, Owen Matthews takes winning up the Charlie Sheen level.
The blog tour for Heather Demetrios' I'll Meet You There kicks off with (ahem) a bang. Plus: a giveaway!
Prepare to be charmed by the unlikely bromance at the heart of this French dramedy.
Andrew Smith's version of a road trip book includes an epileptic boy and cannibalistic alien invaders. Naturally.
In She Is Not Invisible by Marcus Sedgwick, a pair of siblings fly across the Atlantic to look for their missing father in New York City. What could possibly go wrong?
Shannon Hale's Dangerous kicks off with the heroine going to space camp. WHERE DO WE SIGN UP?!
Alix reviews Lurlene McDaniel's latest book, Red Heart Tattoo, but couldn't bring herself to use the usual format for a book about a school bombing.
Posh got annoyed with the Albert Camus swimfannery (but really, who wouldn't?) in Hannah Moskowitz's Invincible Summer.
Antony John's Five Flavors of Dumb reconnects Erin with her carefree, rock-'n-roll self, SXSW Erin.