Saturday, July 31, 2010

August Book Releases

Sorry about not having a list for July, but as I was on vacation when July started...anyway, here are some releases in August that either I'm super excited about (of which there are a few), think people reading this blog may be interested in, or think may be worth checking out. If it has this by it: (!) it means I'm eager about it and you can probably expect a review about it on this blog sometime in the future.
Iron Daughter by Julie Kagawa. Paperback, out August 1rst. (!)
Prophecy of the Sisters Book 2: Guardian of the Gate by Michelle Zink. Hardcover, out August 1rst.
Mortal Instruments Book 3: City of Glass by Cassandra Clare. Paperback version, out August 3rd. (!)
Twilight Saga Book 4: Breaking Dawn by Stephanie Meyer. Paperback version, out August 3rd (personally could care less, but maybe some Twilight fans read this and care, who knows?)
The Hollow Book 1: The Hollow by Jessica Vernay. Paperback version, out August 3rd.
Thresholds by Kiriki Hoffman. Hardcover, out August 5th.
Chronicles of Vladimir Tod: Eleventh Grade Burns by Heather Brewer. Paperback version, out August 10th.
Leviathan by Scott Westerfield. Paperback version, out August 10th.
The Maze Runner by James Dashner. Paperback version, out August 24rth. (!)
Hunger Games Book 3: Mockingjay by Suzanne Collins. Hardcover, out August 24rth. (!!!)
Wintersmith: A Story of Discworld by Terry Pratchett. Paperback version, out August 24rth. (!)
Delcroix Academy Book 1: The Candidates by Inara Scott. Hardcover, out August 24rth (!)
The Hunchback Assignments by Arthur Slade. Paperback, out August 24rth.
Halo by Alexandra Adornetto. Hardcover, out August 31rst.
Infernal Devices Book 1: The Clockwork Angel by Cassandra Clare. Hardcover, out August 31rst (!)
Unraveled by Gena Showalter. Hardcover, out August 31rst.
One of Those Hideous Books Where the Mother Dies by Sonya Sones. Paperback version, out August 31rst.
The Hollow Book 2: The Haunted by Jessica Verday. Hardcover, out August 31rst.
Lots of good ones coming out this month. In case you couldn't tell by the access of exclamation points, I'm all about Mockingjay this month (I just bought Catching Fire yesterday!) as well as Cassandra Clare's series which is one of my guilty pleasures right now. For those that don't know, she's supposed to be doing a video chat August 4rth around 5 o'clock and announcing some news concerning the series (I'm hoping it's either another planned trilogy or something about the movie like say a planned cast?) but as I'll be working then, I'll have to wait till after to find out what the news is. ;is bummed about this; Anyways, happy reading in August!

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