This Week’s New and Notable Young Adult Releases- October 2nd

Here are this week’s YA releases.  A ton of these are on my wish list, including Breathe, Death and the Girl Next Door, Poison Princess, and Fall to Pieces.  Which titles are you most anticipating?

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The Assassin’s Curse (Strange Chemistry) by Cassandra Rose Clarke (Oct 2, 2012)

Breathe by Sarah Crossan (Oct 2, 2012)

Chasing the Skip by Janci Patterson (Oct 2, 2012)

Broxo by Zack Giallongo (Oct 2, 2012)

Dark Lord: The Early Years by Jamie Thomson (Oct 2, 2012)

Death and the Girl Next Door by Darynda Jones (Oct 2, 2012)

      

Emily’s Dress and Other Missing Things by Kathryn Burak (Oct 2, 2012)  

Eve and Adam by Katherine Applegate and Michael Grant (Oct 2, 2012)  

Fall to Pieces by Vahini Naidoo (Oct 2, 2012)

Fangirl by Ken Baker (Oct 2, 2012)

Feedback by Robison Wells (Oct 2, 2012)

Fire Season (Star Kingdom) by David Weber and Jane Lindskold (Oct 2, 2012)  

 

 

Forget Me Not by Carolee Dean (Oct 2, 2012)  

The Girl Who Fell Beneath Fairyland and Led the Revels There by Catherynne M. Valente and Ana Juan (Oct 2, 2012)

Kiss & Make Up by Katie D. Anderson (Oct 2, 2012)

 

Live Through This by Mindi Scott (Oct 2, 2012)  

The Last Dragonslayer (Chronicles of Kazam) by Jasper Fforde and Jane Collingwood (Oct 2, 2012)  

Lucid by Adrienne Stoltz and Ron Bass (Oct 2, 2012)

      

Lula Bell on Geekdom, Freakdom, & the Challenges of Bad Hair by C. C. Payne (Oct 2, 2012)  

Pirate Cinema by Cory Doctorow (Oct 2, 2012)

Poison Princess (Arcana Chronicles) by Kresley Cole (Oct 2, 2012)

      

Poltergeeks (Strange Chemistry) by Sean Cummings (Oct 2, 2012)   

Promised (The Birthmarked Trilogy) by Caragh M. O’Brien (Oct 2, 2012)   

Send Me a Sign by Tiffany Schmidt (Oct 2, 2012)

      

Shifter (Wicked Woods #6) by Kailin Gow (Oct 2, 2012)   

Son by Lois Lowry (Oct 2, 2012)   

The Suburban Strange by Nathan Kotecki (Oct 2, 2012)

      

Through to You by Emily Hainsworth (Oct 2, 2012)

Villain School: Hero in Disguise by Stephanie Sanders (Oct 2, 2012)

Whispers at Moonrise (Shadow Falls Novel (Quality)) by C. C. Hunter (Oct 2, 2012)

      

Amber House by Kelly Moore, Tucker Reed and Larkin Reed (Oct 1, 2012)   

Black Painted Fingernails by Steven Herrick (Oct 1, 2012)   

The Dogs of Winter by Bobbie Pyron (Oct 1, 2012)

      

League of Strays by L. B. Schulman (Oct 1, 2012)   

Magisterium by Jeff Hirsch (Oct 1, 2012)   

Pinned by Sharon Flake (Oct 1, 2012)

      

Samantha Sutton and the Labyrinth of Lies by Jordan Jacobs (Oct 1, 2012)   

The Savage Fortress by Sarwat Chadda (Oct 1, 2012)   

Skinny by Donna Cooner (Oct 1, 2012)

      

Stealing Parker by Miranda Kenneally (Oct 1, 2012)   

Undertakers: Queen of the Dead by Ty Drago and Eric Williams (Oct 1, 2012)   

Who I Kissed by Janet Gurtler (Oct 1, 2012)

6 thoughts on “This Week’s New and Notable Young Adult Releases- October 2nd

  • October 2, 2012 at 3:53 pm
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    Wow, so, so many of these look good and there are quite a few I haven’t even heard of. I really want to read The Assassin’s Curse, Magisterium, and Eve & Adam. The Suburban Strange has a really intriguing cover– want to check that one out, too. Hope you get to read all the ones on your wish list soon. :)

  • October 2, 2012 at 3:54 pm
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    @Kat – I just finished The Assassin’s Curse – it is SOOOOO good!! I hope you get that one and that you enjoy it, too!

  • October 2, 2012 at 5:44 pm
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    Ooh, so many fantastic books being released. I can’t wait to read The Assassin’s Curse or Poltergeeks.

  • October 2, 2012 at 5:58 pm
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    @Cheree – All of the Strange Chemistry books look good!

  • October 2, 2012 at 7:18 pm
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    Seems like everyone is talking about Breathe, but I love the look of Forget Me Not, Live Through This, and Amber House. I LOVE seeing lists like these. So fun!!!! Can’t wait to add more books to my TBR pile!!! Thanks for sharing!

  • October 2, 2012 at 7:29 pm
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    @Paige – forget me not does look good, too! I wish I had more time to read everything that looks good, but that’s one battle I can’t seem to win.

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