Check out the cover for Pittacus Lore’s The Revenge of Seven, the fifth installment of the I Am Number Four series. (God, that’s a numbers jumble, isn’t it?) The book goes on sale August 26th. HarperCollins gave this preview of the story: READ FULL STORY
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Scott Westerfeld, the author of the extremely popular Uglies and Leviathan series, has a new novel novel coming out on Sept. 23. Afterworlds is a suspenseful thriller about a young writer, Darcy Patel, who arrives in New York City with a contract to write a YA novel. There’s a meta element: Darcy’s novel-within-the-novel, also called Afterworlds — about a girl who delves into a realm between the living and the dead to hide out during a terrorist attack — is woven into Darcy’s narrative as she learns to navigate life in the city.
Check out the exclusive cover to Afterworlds above!
Samantha Shannon answers burning questions about the next Bone Season novel. Plus, the cover! -- EXCLUSIVE
Tons of readers became fans of Samantha Shannon’s debut novel The Bone Season, and luckily for them, it was the first in a seven-part series. At the outset of book two, entitled The Mime Order, Paige Mahoney is public enemy number one of the Scion, and the clairvoyant community is in total disarray. Take a look at the cover, revealed exclusively on EW.com, and read on as Shannon teases the next installment. READ FULL STORY
Simon & Schuster are bringing Judy Blume to a whole new generation by repackaging some of the beloved author’s best-known novels. EW already revealed the other updated looks—check them out here and here. Today we’ve got a peek at the new cover for Then Again, Maybe I Won’t (above), featuring the tagline “Why can’t things stay the same?” What do you think of the, Shelf Lifers? These editions will be available beginning April 29.
Check out the interactive cover of Karen Russell's e-novella 'Sleep Donation'. You can poke it! -- EXCLUSIVE
Whether with her bizarre novel Swamplandia! or her recent short story collection Vampires in the Lemon Grove, Pulitzer finalist Karen Russell has never shied away from literary experimentation. Now she’s tackling another form: the e-novella. The debut title from Atavist Books, Sleep Donation (out Mar. 25) will explore a future America in which an insomnia epidemic is affecting hundreds of thousands of people. Enter the Slumber Corps, an organization that urges healthy dreamers to donate sleep to an insomniac. Under the wealthy and enigmatic Storch brothers the Corps’ reach has grown, with outposts in every major US city. Trish Edgewater, whose sister Dori was one of the first victims of the lethal insomnia, has spent the past seven years recruiting for the Corps. But Trish’s faith in the organization and in her own motives begins to falter when she is confronted by “Baby A,” the first universal sleep donor, and the mysterious “Donor Y.”
For a novella with an inventive plot, legendary book jacket designer Chip Kidd came up with an ingenius cover design. “I’m in awe of Karen Russell as a writer, and the way she articulates her extraordinary ideas,” says Kidd. “It was a thrill to work for her, and to create a book cover that responds to the reader much in the way many of her sleep-afflicted characters in the story might. More precisely: what happens when you poke a virtual book jacket in the eye? This was so much fun to conceive and execute, and the illustrator Kevin Tong and the team at Atavist Books did a fantastic job of realizing my concept and making it actually work. I still love print, and hope to work in it for the rest of my life, but what it really comes down to regardless of the medium is a visual idea that is derived from the text.”
Give the virtual cover an e-poke here.
See the cover of Becca Fitzpatrick's 'Black Ice'. Plus, an announcement about her next book -- EXCLUSIVE
We’ve got exciting news for Becca Fitzpatrick fans! Her next novel, Black Ice, doesn’t hit shelves until Oct. 7, but here’s an exclusive first look at the cover (above). “The cover captures not only the ruthless setting, but the characters as well,” Fitzpatrick told EW in an exclusive statement. “Under the winter layers, we catch a glimpse of an irresistible bad boy—the kind I love writing so much.” READ FULL STORY
First EW gave you an exclusive first look and cover story on the upcoming Veronica Mars film, and now you can see the cover for the first book in the Veronica Mars original mystery series, written by series creator Rob Thomas and Jennifer Graham.
The book, subtitled The Thousand-Dollar Tan Line, features 28-year-old Veronica Mars, back in action after the events of Veronica Mars: The Movie. With the help of old friends — ex-boyfriend Logan Echolls, Cindy “Mac” Mackenzie, Wallace Fennel, and even Dick Casablancas — Veronica is ready to take on Neptune’s darkest cases.
Fear Street is back! Well, almost. R.L. Stine is reviving his popular book series this fall (due Sept. 30) with Party Games, and we’ve got an exclusive first look at the cover. Does it strike the fear in you or at least give you, um, goosebumps? READ FULL STORY
Brandon Mull, author of the New York Times best-selling fantasy series Fablehaven and Beyonders, has released the art for the newest book in his Five Kingdoms series — and EW has your first exclusive look at the cover. Though The Rogue Knight isn’t due out until October, and though Mull has been tight-lipped about information surrounding its plot, readers can get a glimpse at what they might be able to expect: our heroes facing off against a formidable force, possibly the Rogue Knight himself. And it’s safe to say that it looks like their journey home might get a little harder.
Sky Raiders, the first book in Mull’s Five Kingdom series, will debut on March 11. The novel introduces the character of Cole Randolph, an unsuspecting kid just trying to have fun with his friends on Halloween. Instead, after watching his friends disappear through a portal in a Haunted House, he himself gets transported to a place called The Outskirts. The Outskirts house five kingdoms, all of which are in-between places between life and death. With the help of his new friend Mira, Cole must figure out how to rescue his friends and get himself home – before it’s too late.
Do you like the cover for The Rogue Knight? Are you excited for the debut of Mull’s new series? Whet your appetite by checking out a trailer, also exclusive, for Sky Raiders below — and let us know what you think!
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