A kingdom in jeopardy. A convent of female assassins trained in the deadliest of arts. Three handmaidens of Death who will fight to save their home from enemies on all sides. We heard Ismae’s story in Grave Mercy; next up is the enigmatic Sybella in Dark Triumph, Book 2 of Robin LaFevers’ excellent His Fair Assassins trilogy. Dark Triumph doesn’t come out until April 2, but we’ve got an exclusive trailer and a playlist for the book below that will hopefully make these next two months seem a bit more bearable. READ FULL STORY
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Happy New Year! What better way to celebrate than with the exclusive trailer for Fragments, Book 2 in Dan Wells’ dystopian Partials Sequence?
Partials introduced us to a world torn apart by war between humans and the titular Partials, organic beings engineered to look like people. With North America reduced to merely tens of thousands thanks to RM, a virus to which only a small minority are immune, humanity’s survival depends on finding a cure for the deadly disease. Fragments sees the return of 16-year-old Kira, who’s left her home in East Meadow in an attempt to find out the truth about who she is. Her journey will take her into the heart of post-apocalyptic America, where she’ll encounter an enemy even greater than she imagined. Check out the trailer below: READ FULL STORY
'The Darkest Minds': Check out the trailer and read an excerpt from Alexandra Bracken's new novel -- EXCLUSIVE
Meet your next dystopian obsession: Brightly Woven author Alexandra Bracken is back and we’ve got an exclusive first peek at her new novel!
The Darkest Minds centers on Ruby, a 16-year-old who breaks out of a government “rehabilitation camp” for super-powered humans. Desperate and lonely, she goes on the run and joins up with a group of other children who’ve managed to escape the camps. Together, they will journey to a safe haven known as East River. But does it truly offer the salvation they seek? Or is something darker afoot? Check out the trailer for The Darkest Minds below, then read an exclusive excerpt afterwards!
Scarlet, the second book in Marissa Meyer’s Lunar Chronicles series hits shelves February 5. Meyer’s debut, Cinder, was a retelling of Cinderella as a cyborg set in a futuristic New Beijing. Scarlet, which is an inventive take on Little Red Riding Hood picks up where Cinder left off. READ FULL STORY
Twenty years ago, Caroline B. Cooney published The Face on the Milk Carton, the gripping tale of a teenage girl who recognizes her own face on the back of a milk carton. This January, the fifth and final installment of the Janie Johnson series will hit shelves thirteen long years after the release of its predecessor What Janie Found. Can’t wait until January? Well, in the spirit of Thanksgiving, we’ve got an exclusive trailer to ease your ache.
After failing to bring her kidnapper to justice in What Janie Found, Janie returns for one last go-round in Janie Face to Face. Will Hannah finally pay for taking Janie all those years ago? Will Janie and Reeve live happily ever after? Check out the exclusive trailer for Janie Face to Face below:
At EW, we’re always on the lookout for the next hot YA title and I can say without a doubt that Megan Shepherd’s gothic horror The Madman’s Daughter is one of the most promising offerings for 2013. That’s why we’re offering up an exclusive trailer to whet your appetite!
Inspired by H. G. Wells’s The Island of Dr. Moreau, The Madman’s Daughter centers on Juliet Moreau, a 16-year-old working as a maid in nineteenth century London and trying to forget the horrific scandal that led to her family’s fall from grace. After all, how could those awful accusations about her late father possibly be true? However, when a face from her past returns and she learns that her father is indeed alive and continuing his abominable experiments on a remote tropical island, she will risk everything on a journey to find him. But how deep does her father’s madness run? Check out the trailer below:
The wait for Brodi Ashton’s follow-up to Everneath might seem like an eternity in hell, but never fear — we’ve got an exclusive trailer for Everbound to tide you over until January 2013 finally rolls around.
It’s been two months since Nikki’s boyfriend Jack sacrificed himself to save her, taking her place in the underworld. She’d do anything to bring him back, including making a deal with Cole, the sinful immortal who tempted her to give up her soul in the first place and who still wants to make her his queen. Together, they will journey to the very heart of the Everneath, a more dangerous place than either of them could possibly have imagined. Is Nikki willing to risk it all for Jack? Check out the trailer for Everbound below: READ FULL STORY
Watch the exclusive trailer for 'Fifty Shades of Chicken': 'I'm going to bind your ankles so your juices will build' -- VIDEO
There’s no shortage of Fifty Shades of Grey spoofs, spinoffs and coattail-riders. Some of them are kind of weird, some are sad and some are downright desperate. We were ready to write off FL Fowler’s dirty cookbook Fifty Shades of Chicken as just another notch on E L James’ bedpost, but then we watched this exclusive trailer and began to reconsider: READ FULL STORY
The final installment of Ally Condie’s Matched trilogy won’t be released for another three weeks, but we’ve got an exclusive trailer to tide you over until Nov. 13 finally rolls around.
Told from the perspectives of Cassia, Ky and Xander, Reached picks up right where Crossed left off. After finally reuniting with Ky only to be separated from him anew, Cassia is now living in the capital city Central, working with the Rising from the inside to bring down the Society once and for all. Ky is stationed outside the Society’s borders, serving as a pilot alongside Indie, while Xander has been operating as an undercover official, treating a deadly virus that’s been making its way through the Society. When the plague gets out of hand, and everyone they love is threatened, the three must work together to discover a cure before it’s too late. Watch the trailer below and check back tomorrow for an exclusive excerpt from Reached! READ FULL STORY
Have you ever felt like a hopeless dimwit? Is Encyclopedia Britannica just not cutting it for you? Do you want to win friends and influence people? Then you’d better pick up a copy of The Onion Book of Known Knowledge, out Oct. 23.
But it’s too heavy, you say! I couldn’t possibly lift a tome so replete with knowledge all by my lonesome. Not to worry, there’s the Book Bjorn! This extremely fashionable carrier distributes the weight of the book across your back and puts it in easy reach so you can enjoy your copy of The Onion Book of Known Knowledge entirely hands-free! Check it out below:
Admit it, book lovers. You kind of want one.
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