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
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Michael Cunningham, the Pulitzer Prize-winning author of The Hours, has a new novel coming out on May 6 called The Snow Queen, which sounds like it doesn’t have much to do with the Hans Christian Anderson fairytale. It follows two brothers living in New York City — one who turns to religion after seeing a vision in Central Park, and one who turns to drugs to inspire his songwriting.
Homeland star Claire Danes, who was in the movie based on The Hours, has joined forces with Cunningham once again by lending her voice to the audiobook version. Check out an exclusive snippet below!
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
Get ready for a cuteness overload. Thirteen-year-old Nate Foster (of Tim Federle’s Better Nate Than Ever and the newly released sequel Five, Six, Seven, Nate!) recently took a break from rehearsals for E.T.: The Broadway Musical to interview Oscar winner Octavia Spencer, author of The Case of the Time-Capsule Bandit. Spencer imparts wisdom and wit that will enlighten us all, whether or not we’re budding Broadway stars. 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 cover of Consumed, the first novel by Canadian filmmaker David Cronenberg, due out in September 2014. This book promises to be quite a trip. Cronenberg has directed over 40 films with critically acclaimed hits like Eastern Promises, A History of Violence and Crash, all stories of intense emotion, twisted human impulse, ambiguous morals and well, violence. And from the synopsis of this novel — I’m guessing Cronenberg has penned something very similar for his first piece of fiction in book form. See for yourself: READ FULL STORY
Red Rising, one of this year’s best bets to become the next hot franchise, will be getting a sequel on Jan. 13, 2015. Golden Son continues the saga of Darrow, a rebel forged by tragedy, battling to lead his oppressed people to freedom from the overlords of a brutal elitist future built on lies. Now fully embedded among the Gold ruling class, Darrow continues his work to bring down Society from within.
In addition to revealing the cover of Golden Son exclusively to EW, author Pierce Brown teased the events of the second novel below. He doesn’t spoil anything but reveals just enough to answer some of your most burning questions: READ FULL STORY
We’ve got Divergent fever over here at EW. Just check out this week’s cover. To add some more fuel to the YA fire, we’ve got an exclusive first look at the covers of Four: A Divergent Collection. Four is a companion volume to the Divergent series. The hardcover includes four pre-Divergent stories told from Tobias’s point of view, along with two exclusive scenes, also told from his point of view. Each of the stories will be available separately in electronic format. The first story, “The Transfer,” was released last year and the others will be released on July 8—the same day as the hardcover collection.
The first three pieces in this volume—“The Transfer,” “The Initiate,” and “The Son”—follow Tobias’s transfer from Abnegation to Dauntless, his Dauntless initiation, and the first clues that a foul plan is brewing in the leadership of two factions. The fourth story, “The Traitor,” runs parallel with the events of Divergent, giving readers a glimpse into the decisions of loyalty—and love—that Tobias makes in the weeks after he meets Tris Prior. So without further ado, check out the brand-new covers!
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