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
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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.
Are you a fan of mysteries, psychological thrillers and the paranormal? Then check out this exclusive trailer for the The Evolution of Mara Dyer, Volume 2 of the deliciously creepy Mara Dyer trilogy.
In The Unbecoming of Mara Dyer, Mara wakes up in a hospital bed with no memory of what happened to her or how she got there. She certainly has no memory of the accident that killed her friends. Still, she knows there must be more to it. When her family moves to a new state and she starts seeing hallucinations, Mara begins to question her sanity.
But Mara’s problems aren’t all a product of her imagination. The Evolution of Mara Dyer will see her begin to unravel the truth about her mysterious abilities, a truth that could prove to be deadly. Take a peak at the dreamy (and surprisingly racy!) trailer below: READ FULL STORY
Last fall Tahereh Mafi made waves with Shatter Me, her YA debut about Juliette—a girl who has the ability to kill people with a single touch. The sequel, Unravel Me, doesn’t come out until February. So to whet the appetite of her fans, Mafi wrote Destroy Me, a novella-length digital original to bridge the gap between the first and second novel. Destroy Me, which came out earlier this week, is written from the perspective of Warner, the ruthless leader of Sector 45. After the jump, watch the trailer for Destroy Me and then read an excerpt.
It’s finale time! Not for the new TV season that’s just getting underway, but for Kami Garcia and Margaret Stohl’s best-selling southern gothic series, which began with Beautiful Creatures. The fourth and final book, Beautiful Redemption, isn’t out until Oct. 23, but we have an atmospheric and moody trailer to whet your appetite for Ethan and Lena’s last, bittersweet adventure — even though their movie adventure is just beginning.
Also, in the spirit of going out with a bang, the authors have told EW their favorite pop culture finales. Based on their tastes, let’s just say Garcia and Stohl could totally work at EW if writing hugely popular book-to-film YA franchises doesn’t work out. Who knew they were such geeks? (In the best possible way). READ FULL STORY
R.L. Stine is famous for traumatizing generations of kids (me included) with his terrifying Goosebumps series — but on Oct. 9 he’ll turn his attentions to grown-ups. Red Rain, one of the prolific author’s few novels for adults, tells the story of a writer named Lea Sutter who’s staying on a small island off the coast of South Carolina. After a hurricane hits the unsuspecting town, Lea decides to help the island get back on its feet and ends up adopting two boys in the process. She takes them back to her home in Long Island, but her husband Mark and their two children Ira and Elena are less than pleased. When strange things start happening around the neighborhood, Lea and Mark are forced to ask themselves how far they’re willing to go to protect the boys’ lives, especially if those lives might cost them everything they hold dear.
Stine took the time to talk to EW about his new book, his fear of twins, and his love of fan mail. When you’re done reading the interview, check out the exclusive trailer for Red Rain below. READ FULL STORY
Rachel Cohn, co-author of Nick and Norah’s Infinite Playlist, has a new book coming out — and we’ve got an exclusive peek at it!
Beta tells the story of Elysia — a teenage clone created to serve the inhabitants of an island paradise known as Demesne. Born without a soul and engineered to perfection, Elysia is the dream servant. And yet, as time wears on, Elysia finds herself acting disturbingly human. She shouldn’t be able to taste or feel or love, but she does — and she wants more. Check out the trailer for Beta, out Oct. 16, and when you’re done with that, you can read the first chapter of the book below. READ FULL STORY
Last year, Super 8 actor Joel Courtney starred in the dark, cinematic trailer for N.D. Wilson’s Ashtown Burials novel The Dragon’s Tooth. A huge fan of the series, Courtney talks about the second book, The Drowned Vault, which is available now. Check out a clip of the teen actor sharing his thoughts on making the trailer, the series, and the newest book. He’s already grown up quite a bit since Super 8! READ FULL STORY
The road from God-fearing Catholic schoolgirl to Playmate of the Year is always a complicated one, but it can also be quite funny. Jenny McCarthy has already written six best-selling books, but she’s never delved so deeply into her ultra-religious upbringing as she does in Bad Habits: Confessions of a Recovering Catholic (Oct. 2). Growing up, the former Playboy mainstay dreamed of becoming a nun rather than an actress/model, and the book chronicles the many twists along the way that took her life in a very different direction.
Check out the irreverent trailer for Bad Habits, which follows McCarthy as she attends a reading group for nuns. It looks to me like a preview for an actual reality show on Lifetime. READ FULL STORY
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