Publishers Weekly reports that Lindsay Cummings, author of The Murder Complex, and Sasha Alsberg’s collaboration space opera Zenith will hit shelves in 2017, published by Harlequin Teen. The first part of the book, which focuses on an all-girl crew of space pirates, was actually self-published. Other upcoming books announced here include 2019 math camp middle-grade murder mystery Don’t Solve the Puzzle by Krista Van Dolzer, and the YA dragon slayer series by Kristen Ciccarelli. The first book of that series, titled Askari, will be released in fall 2017.
Forever Young Adult reveals that Maggie Stiefvater is writing a new trilogy in the world of The Raven Cycle. I gave the first book in The Raven Cycle a solid two thumbs up for its compelling characters in my latest Ranking Recent Reads post.
The Eater of Books was very impressed with upcoming book Diplomatic Immunity by Brodi Ashton. Ashton was one of the three authors behind My Lady Jane, a very fun fantasy story that I looked at in a previous post.
The Barnes & Noble Teen Blog published a piece by Alexandra Sirowy, taking a look at her dark YA thrillers, The Creeping and The Telling.
Booktuber ProblemsofaBookNerd’s review of Three Truths & a Lie by Brent Hartinger is largely negative, but she still admits that it was a hard book to put down once she started reading.
Rhea’s Neon Journal found How to Keep Rolling After a Fall by Karole Cozzo and Georgia Peaches and Other Forbidden Fruit by Jaye Robin Brown to be solid but not spectacular.
Finally, Literary Dust tool a look at one of my most anticipated books, The Diabolic by S.J. Kincaid, and his review only made me wish that liker her, I already