Articles tagged "INFERNO"
These ten Macmillan titles are some of Publishers Weekly‘s Most Anticipated Books of Spring 2017:
BORNE by Jeff VanderMeer
In a future strewn with the cast-off experiments of an industrial laboratory known only as the Company, a scavenger named Rachel survives alongside her lover, Wick, a dealer of memory-altering beetles with whom she takes shelter from the periodic ravages of a giant mutant bear named Mord. One day, caught in Mord’s fur, Rachel finds the bizarre, shape-shifting creature “like a hybrid of sea anemone and squid” she calls Borne.
AMBERLOUGH by Lara Elena Donnelly
Donnelly’s debut, a fast-moving tale of desperate love and intrigue in a created world that recalls Europe on the brink of WWII, is emotionally wrenching and shockingly timely.
AFTERLAND by Mai Der Vang
Vang, the 2016 Walt Whitman Award winner, tells the story of Hmong diaspora forced out of Laos and into exile as a result of the U.S.’s secret war. Vang’s unflinching poems address the status of refugees, including her family, and Hmong resilience in exile.
BOUNDLESS by Jillian Tamaki
Tamaki’s last two books—THIS ONE SUMMER and SUPER MUTANT MAGIC ACADEMY—showed she is one of the world’s best cartoonists, and this collection of her evocative short stories will just cement her reputation.
THIS CLOSE TO HAPPY: A Reckoning with Depression by Daphne Merkin
A personal account of a life afflicted with depression, from an affluent but neglected childhood to the present day.
THE NOVEL OF THE CENTURY: The Extraordinary Adventure of Les Misérables by David Bellos
Bellos, a translator of French literature, proves that the story of how Victor Hugo’s classic novel came to life is a complex and engrossing epic all its own.
LOCKING UP OUR OWN: Crime and Punishment in Black America by James Forman Jr.
Former public defender Forman offers a complex look at the part played by African-Americans in shaping criminal justice policy.
RECKLESS DAUGHTER: A Portrait of Joni Mitchell by David Yaffe
A biography, with dozens of in-person interviews with Mitchell, reveals the backstory behind the famous songs—from her youth on the Canadian prairie, the child she gave up for adoption, through her albums and love affairs, to the present. readmoreremove
It's time to talk teen titles again! Read up on the latest and greatest titles from St. Martin's Griffin, then join us and @earlyword today at 5m EST for Early Word YA Galley Chat (hashtag #ewyagc).
ILLUSION by Sherrilyn Kenyon (Chronicles of Nick #5)
In the fifth novel in the bestselling Chronicles of Nick series Nick Gautier gets sucked into an alternate reality where he realizes that every person has a specific place in the universe... Even the son of a hated demon.
INFERNO by Sherrilyn Kenyon (Chronicles of Nick #4, Trade Paperback Edition)
Sometimes, you have to trust your enemy to save your friends. But what do you do when that enemy is you? Now available for the first time in trade paperback.
IF YOU FIND ME by Emily Murdoch (Trade Paperback edition)
A deeply compelling mix of high school drama and page-turning mystery that asks profound questions about family, truth, and love. A 2014 Best Fiction for Young Adults selection, now available for the first time in trade paperback.
IN PRAISE OF HATRED by Khaled Khalifa
In this powerful novel famously banned in Syria, a young Muslim girl turns to extremism under a brutal dictatorship, set in 1980s Syria. Booklist recommends it “for mature teens interested in the politics of the Middle East as it affects the lives of women.”
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We had a great time talking about forthcoming titles this morning with Children's and Teen Librarians from all over the tri-state area!
Here's a refresher for attendees (and a first look for those who couldn't make it) at the excellent St. Martin's Griffin titles coming in Winter 2013:
IF YOU FIND ME | Emily Murdoch
ELEANOR & PARK | Rainbow Rowell
USES FOR BOYS | Erica Lorraine Scheidt
THE HAVEN | Carol Lynch Williams
TIDAL (Watersong #3) | Amanda Hocking
OVERRIDE (Glitch #2) | Heather Anastasiu
DEATH, DOOM AND DETENTION (#2) | Darynda Jones
TEMPEST (Tempest #1) | Julie Cross
VORTEX (Tempest #2) | Julie Cross
THE HUNT (Hunt #1) | Andrew Fukuda
THE PREY (Hunt #2) | Andrew Fukuda
INFERNO (Chronicles of Nick #4) | Sherrilyn Kenyon