The One, the final installment of Kiera Cass’ Selection trilogy, doesn’t hit shelves until May 6. So unfortunately, we’ll have to wait until then to find out if America Singer chooses Aspen or Maxon. I’m emotionally preparing myself for either outcome, though I’m quite partial to Maxon. So fingers crossed things work out in his favor. In the meantime, check out this exclusive trailer teasing the conclusion to Cass’ best-selling YA series. READ FULL STORY
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See the trailer for 'A World without Princes', the sequel to 'The School for Good and Evil' -- EXCLUSIVE
Swords, castles, and belly dancers! For the followup to the stirring fantasy tale The School for Good and Evil, we have a cinematic trailer to go with it. Not surprising, since the author Soman Chainani has a background in filmmaking. As you wait for A World without Princes, coming in April, check out the exclusive clip and a short Q&A with Chainani about the upcoming book, the possible film version of the first novel, and what went into making the trailer READ FULL STORY
Now that Charlaine Harris has killed off her Sookie Stackhouse series, she’s starting over with a brand new rural Gothic trilogy, starting with Midnight Crossroad, coming May 6. Last November, Harris gave EW a little tease into the upcoming novel:
The Midnight books are about a group of people, all of them with secrets, drawn to a remote and rural crossroad in Texas. Some of them are people I’ve wanted to revisit from other, older, series, and some of them are people my readers have never met before. There are supernatural elements in the Midnight books, but they’re not as focused on the otherworldly as my Sookie Stackhouse novels. It’s refreshing and revitalizing to be doing something so new and different.
Now EW has the exclusive trailer for Midnight Crossroad — which looks a little like the opening credits to a True Blood-like TV show. Check it out below. READ FULL STORY
Half Bad, the first book in Sally Green’s highly anticipated new trilogy, hits shelves March 4. The novel has already sold in 45 countries and been optioned for film by Fox, with Karen Rosenfelt (Twilight) producing. And if that’s not enough proof that people are excited about Half Bad, even other author’s are raving about it: Life After Life‘s Kate Atkinson said, “A book about witches with no owls and not a pair of round spectacles in sight. The new Hunger Games, I suspect.” 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!
There are only five more days until Tahereh Mafi’s Ignite Me hits shelves. (Not that we’re counting or anything. But go ahead and mark your calendars for Feb. 4.) In the final installment, Juliette has to team up with Warner in an effort to stop the Reestablishment. But it doesn’t matter if you’re Team Adam or Team Warner. You just have to be a fan of the series to enjoy the book trailer for Ignite Me, and we’ve got an exclusive first look. READ FULL STORY
Passionaries, the second book in Tonya Hurley’s Blessed series hits shelves today. In honor of the novel’s release, we’ve got an exclusive look at the trailer! Here’s the official description, then check out the video after the jump. “In Precious Blood, Agnes, Cecelia, and Lucy watched as Sebastian sacrificed himself for what he believed in, and now they have choices to make of their own. Will the girls trust in their destinies as saints and martyrs and perform the miracles as Sebastian instructed? Or will they lose faith in themselves and each other in his absence? Time is running out for them to make a decision, and the fate of the world lies in the balance.” READ FULL STORY
Like Ransom Riggs’ Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children, the trailer for its sequel, Hollow City, starts out eerily beautiful until it turns just plain creepy. Check it out below: READ FULL STORY
The Harry Bosch series is getting a lot of attention this week, as Amazon Prime Instant Video announced a pilot centering on the LAPD homicide detective created by Michael Connelly. While Bosch might be Connelly’s most famed character, fans are eagerly awaiting The Gods of Guilt (Dec. 2), which will return defense attorney Mickey Haller to a headlining role as he investigates the murder of a former client — a murder he feels responsible for. Check out the exclusive trailer below:
“What you have in your hands is a very big deal.”
The No. 1 anchorman and flautist in San “Di-ah-go” could soon become a No. 1 “book writer.” Fans of Ron Burgundy, of Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues fame, eagerly await the debut of his autobiography Let Me Off at the Top!: My Classy Life and Other Musings on Nov. 19. You’ll have to wait a little while longer before you can delve into the history of this famed television journalist and his dog Baxter, but in the meantime, take a look at this preview to see Burgundy’s world-renowned humility on display: READ FULL STORY
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