Wednesday, March 11, 2009

Newsletter 3 part 2

•Purge will be reviewed at
•Killing Britney will be reviewed at
•Giving up the V will be reviewed at

UK Books

Let's Get Lost by Sarra Manning
Some girls are born to be bad...Isabel is one of them. Her friends are terrified of her, her teachers can't get through to her...her family doesn't understand her. And that's just the way she likes it. See, when no one can get near you, no one will know what keeps you awake at night, what you're afraid of, what has broken your heart...But then Isabel meets the enigmatic Smith, who can see right through her act. Bit by bit he chips away at her armour, and though she fights hard to keep hold of her cool, and her secrets, Isabel's falling for him, and coming apart at the seams when she does...A poignant, sometimes dark, and utterly heart-breaking novel, told with all the author's trademark wit and sharp observation...
Here's another brilliant UK author that everyone should read! I think of Sarra Manning as the British version of Sarah Dessen, because her books are very realistic and character driven. I read Let's Get Lost in one sitting, as it was really difficult to put down. I'd also recommend Sarra Manning's Diary of a Crush trilogy, which is amazing!

New & Noteworthy UK Releases:
The Ant Colony by Jenny Valentine (Harper Collins, March 5th)
House of Night: Chosen by P.C. & Kristin Cast (Atom, March 5th)
I Am Not a Serial Killer by Dan Wells (Headline, March 5th)
Also, if you're in the UK, make sure to pick up Jenny Valentine's short World Book Day book, Ten Stations, which is set in the Finding Violet Park world and is only £1!

We're reading:
•Ashley is reading P.S. I Loathe You by Lisi Harrison
•Prophecy Girl is reading Zombie Queen of Newbury High.
•RM is reading Wake.
•Sarah L. is reading Envy.
•Shooting Star is currently reading Graphic Classics: Oscar Wilde
•Jessica is reading Invitation Only
•Katie is reading Going to Far
•Paper Movies has a whole list of books going
•Katie is reading Absolutely Maybe
•Maggie is reading Beautiful Americans
•Sarah is reading Anything but Typical
•Polo Pony is reading Wake
•Stephanie is reading Popular Vote
•Laina is reading Invisible Touch

march 1:
The Season by Sarah McLean
This is What I Want to Tell You by Heather Duffy Stone
My Life in Pink & Green by Lisa Greenwald
Secrets of My Hollywood Life: Paparazzi Princess by Jen Calonita
The September Sisters by Jillian Cantor (cantor means male singer in spanish)
Dead Girl Dancing by Linda Joy Singleton (sequel to Dead Girl Walking)
In Mike We Trust by Patrick Ryan
Everything is Fine by Ann Dee Ellis
Hannah's Winter by Kierin Meehan
Step To This by Nikki Carter
Freaked by J.T Dutton
Marcelo in the Real World by Francisco Stork
Same Difference by Siobhan Vivian
A Little Friendly Advice by Siobhan Vivian
Elly: My True Story of the Holocaust by Elly Bercovits Gross
Wish You Were Here by Catherine Clark
Serendipity Market by Penny Bluebaugh
The Boyfriend Game by Stephanie Davis (paperback)
The Amaranth Enchantment- Julie Berry (March 3rd)
Dark Guardian No. 1: Moonlight- Rachel Hawthorne (March 3rd)
Lifting the Sky by Mackie d'Arge
Just One Wish by Janette Rallison (March 5th)
The Forest of Hands and Teeth- Carrie Ryan Zombie Queen of Newbury High by Amanda Ashby
Taken by Storm by Angela Morrison (March 10th)
Hunted- PC Cast (March 10th)
Brutal by Michael Harmon (March 10th)
Fate by Jennifer Lynn Barnes (March 10th)
Going too Far- Jennifer Echols (March 17th)
Winter Girls by Laurie Halse Anderson (March 19th)


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