Guest post alert!!This week’s Day’s YA post is coming at ya from Library Marketing Assistant, Samantha!! Goodbye #TeamEdward and #TeamJacob! Hello #TeamGraceAndJaxon!   CRAVE by Tracy Wolff9781640638952Available April 7, 2020 from Entangled: TeenAges 14 and up After Grace’s parents are killed in a car accident, she is shipped off (more like flown and snowmobiled) from San […]

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Hi friends! Welcome to the sixth installment of Day’s YA! If you’re new here, my name is Emily Day and I’m the newest member of Team Library Marketing at Macmillan. If you’re not new here, you may have noticed that we switched up our logo a bit, so be on the lookout for this new […]

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Three stars for STRANGE BODIES

Three stars for STRANGE BODIES

Whatever this is, it started when Nicholas Slopen came back from the dead.

Today's #FridayReads is STRANGE BODIES by the National Book Award finalist Marcel Theroux, a weird and wonderful novel that poses questions about identity, authenticity, and what it means to be truly human. It's received three starred pre-publication reviews: 

“A strange, satisfying novel about possession featuring a literary scholar, a music mogul, assorted East European thugs, and the long dead but still articulate Dr. Samuel Johnson... A thought-provoking and engaging fusion of comedy and horror.” — Publishers Weekly, starred review

“Truly enthralling... An intense and nuanced examination of the plight of being... Philip K. Dick’s THE TRANSMIGRATION OF TIMOTHY ARCHER meets Stephanie Meyer’s THE HOST in this very highly recommended work.” — Library Journal, starred review

A labyrinthine exploration of identity and mortality, filled with big ideas....” — Kirkus Reviews, starred review

Get whitelisted and download your review copy. Let us know what you're reading @MacmillanLib for #FridayReads. And if you haven't been sharing your top 10 favorite books of 2013 via the #libfaves13 hashtag, there's still time! (running now through Dec. 10)