Spotted: Today's Releases (2)

ALL OF THIS COMES OUT!! There was so much I had to share....Happy March 1!!

Clarity “Clare” Fern is a physic, who can see visions with the touch of an object. Her brother Perry is a medium and her mother is a telepath. When people start dying, Clare is the only one who can help and save her brother. But the closer Clare gets to the truth, the more dangerous it becomes. Clarity is a must-read. It’s part Veronica Mars, part Nancy Drew and filled with great characters, mystery, drama, paranormal and romance. It’s a hysterical, wonderful blend of all the best things in YA fiction.  It will keep you wondering whodunit and how in the world so many secrets can exist in a small town.  

Clarity review
Kim interview (posted today! You can win a signed/personalized copy!)
Fragment Friday

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(I am very excited to read this! I can't wait to get my hands on it. Soon...)

Kate Lowry didn't think dead best friends could send e-mails. But when she gets an e-mail from Grace, she’s not so sure.

To: KateLowry@pemberlybrown.edu
Sent: Sun 9/14 11:59 PM
From: GraceLee@pemberlybrown.edu
Subject: (no subject)

I'm here…
sort of.
Find Cameron.
He knows.
I shouldn't be writing.
Don't tell.
They'll hurt you.

Now Kate has no choice but to prove once and for all that Grace’s death was more than just a tragic accident. But secrets haunt the halls of her elite private school. Secrets people will do anything to protect. Even if it means getting rid of the girl trying to solve a murder...

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The gorgeous cover of this book is only a glimpse at what lies inside. Everything about Falling Under is so marvelous—the prose, the characters, the plot, the descriptions—I was in love right away. Theia sees Haden in her dreams, and then in her reality and she must figure out what is real and what isn’t. Falling Under is the perfect blend of things that go bump in the night, dreams, nightmares and the deceptive beauty of love. It will challenge your view on what's real and what's only a dream--and how both of those things can completely transform a life. This is story that you won’t be able to predict, with deadly secrets and dreams and reality. Everything is so exciting and descriptive and unique. It will take you down one road only to switch directions and leave you with whiplash. It will tear out your heart, stomp on it and then patch it back together—that’s a good thing, of course.

Sophie Mercer is back in part two of the Hex Hall trilogy—and she comes back with a bang! Demonglass picks up shortly after where Hex Hall ended. Sophie is still set on the Removal and her father has just showed up at school, telling her to come to London for the summer. Accompanied by Jenna and Cal, Sophie dives into a new world of London and a mystery—as someone has been making more demons. She’s set on finding out who and stopping them before the world she knows becomes chaos. This is an incredible sequel.. Here are some reasons: It’s set in England. Sophie’s still vivacious and snarky. Cal is wonderful. The new characters add so much to the story. Demonglass sparkles and completely rocks. If you liked Hex Hall, you’ll love Demonglass.

Demonglass full review

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My mini review (look for longer soon!)
Sean Griswold’s Head is a unique story. When Payton Gritas learns her father has been diagnosed with MS, her whole world starts to fall apart. Her counselor at school tells her to find a focus object—something that she can devote her thoughts and feelings to until she can figure them out. That’s the same day Sean Griswold—the boy who’s sat in front of her for years—talks to her and gives her something to focus on: his head. Sean Griswold’s head tackles a hard issue in a funny, relieving, heart-warming way. It shows you the journey a young girl takes to find herself when everything changes. 

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More of today's titles (whether new or in paperback):

Blood & Flowers by Penny Blubaugh
Playing Hurt by Holly Schindler
The Subrosa Semesters by Alissa Grosso
Beautiful Dead: Summer by Eden Maguire
The Chaos (Numbers) by Rachel Ward
Dark Mirror by M.J. Putney
I Am J by Cris Beam
May (Daughters Of The Sea) by Kathryn Lasky
One Hundred Candles by Mara Purnhagen
Outside In by Maria V. Snyder
Betrayal by Lee Nichols
The Pirate Captain's Daughter by Eve Bunting
Strings Attached by Judy Blundell 

Happy release day to all these wonderful books! Go buy something! And tell me....What are you reading?

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