Dudes, so last week there where several awesome cover reveals in the YA book market and I totally wanted to celebrate, and then I fell off the face of the bloging map. #JuliaFail
But this week, oh this week, I shall blog!!! Hoozah!!!
First lets celebrate!! Elana Johnson has a deal for the last book in her YA series Possession!!! HOORAYS!!!
seduced by power,
broken by control,
and consumed by love…
Vi has made her choice between Jag and Zenn, and the Resistance may have suffered for it. But with the Thinkers as strong as ever, the rebels still have a job to do. Vi knows better than anyone that there’s more at stake than a few broken hearts.
But there is a traitor among them…and the choices he makes could lead to the total destruction of everything Vi has fought for.
Vi, Jag, and Zenn must set their problems aside for the Resistance to have any hope of ending the Thinkers’ reign. Their success means everything…and their failure means death.
SECOND: Starglass by Phoebe North. Fun story, one of my crit partners was at Viable Paradise with Phoebe last year. I first heard of this book and put in on my radar from my crit partner, who is not as enamoured of Ya as I am. I mean really my level of enamouredness is quite high and can only be rivalled possibly by an actually teen, and I mean even then I think mine is higher because hellow having in an income I can dispose of on books.
My darling daughter,
Know that I never would have left the Earth if it hadn’t already been doomed. . .
The generation ship Asherah coasts through space, bound for a planet its passengers have never even seen. On the eve of their arrival, sixteen-year-old botanist Terra discovers that her orderly society has fractured. Walking home one night through the long-abandoned engine rooms, she witnesses the murder of an innocent man. Now, called on by the Children of Abel, a group of rebels intent on destroying the High Council, Terra must prove her mettle–assassinate the ship’s rising captain. In order to carry out her task, Terra must betray her father, deceive her teacher, and challenge everything the Council has ever taught her was true.
The rebels think that Terra has nothing left to lose. But when she falls for Silvan Rafferty, the boy that she’s meant to kill, Terra learns that “doing your duty” isn’t always as easy as it seems.