Every member of the Imagine Entertainment studio film crew was…. I picked up Feedback completely fresh to the Newsflesh series. The minimal zombie action in the beginning was a bit surprising, but I did not lose interest before the biting and moaning got underway, and now I understand why the book was structured that way. Grant was reorienting audiences of other books in her series to the perspectives of her new central characters.
The latest from the author of Let the Right One In follows four families on a camping trip who awake one morning to find the world completely, eerily transformed.
A longtime Anne Rice scholar the author herself penned the introduction; there are also illustrations by Mark Edward Geyer catalogs all of the interwoven character histories, family genealogies, story lines, vampire lore, and other details of the volume Vampire Chronicles series.
Two new stories highlight this collection of dark fantasy tales from the author of Roses and Rot. Department of Military Science taskforce leader Joe Ledger returns for a 12th thriller, this time facing down terrorists who have the ability to cause earthquakes and volcanic eruptions, as well as a widespread madness that makes people commit violence against themselves and others.
King returns to Castle Rock, Maine—setting for several of his best-known works, as well as the current Hulu series —to tell the story of a man with an eerie, mysterious illness who ends up helping the town overcome its ugliest, longest-held prejudices. This novel written in verse follows the story of a young woman who becomes empowered to change her life after she meets a fairy tale witch. Dick who share his ability to time travel. You can read an excerpt here.
Can her long-estranged father, living somewhere on the edge of the galaxy, help her make things right?
If they stick together, can they break free from its grasp? Her good intentions go sideways, however, when a batch of mushroom moonshine has some terrifying effects on those who imbibe it. In this seventh Rivers of London installment, Peter Grant—detective and wizard-in-training—must seek the help of a disgraced former colleague to catch a slippery murderer known as the Faceless Man, whose sinister grand scheme threatens the entire city. In this fantasy debut, non-magical humans called sweepers are trained to destroy magic weapons.
The new Invisible Library installment begins with the murder of a dragon—amid a secret a dragon-Fae peace summit, no less. Librarian spies Vale and Irene begin their murder investigation by traveling back in time to s Paris. The secret society known as the Brotherhood of the Wheel returns to the highway to protect travelers from the supernatural and occasionally human monsters that lurk on the road.
This latest installment in their adventures features an all-female, all-werewolf biker gang, as well as a pack of killer clowns. The Nicci Chronicles continue as a trio of allies—a sorceress, a wizard, and a swordsman—manage to survive a broken spell that unleashes a long-petrified army upon their city.
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Their next move is pool all the defenses they can muster to protect the people, as well as prevent the awakened soldiers from taking over the rest of the world. But while you wait for the galaxy-crossing adventures of the Rocinante crew to return to TV, why not catch up on the books that started it all The A. Only a small number will be chosen for this final endeavor to save mankind from extinction, and among the contenders only the most resourceful will have a chance.
But while the government wants to choose loyal subjects in order to create another version of the society they have engineered, there are those who secretly conspire to let the starfarers choose their own destiny, free from the bonds of their mother world. As mankind on Earth faces its final blow, the selected few set course for Aurora, more than 40 light years away!
An ordinary man would fear the realm of the unknown. An extraordinary boy would conquer it.
Enemies can come from a different country, different continent or even a different planet, but what if they came from a different Universe? When a freak space phenomenon threatens to tear open the ancient seals of the Universe, teenage rookie Q and his crew are told to head out and gather vital data on the situation.
Finding Success in Failure. Available on Kindle , iTunes, Kobo, Nook. The January Cove Series: Books Caught in an ancient war still raging in the modern world, Nina is confronted with Sinauf—the embodiment of all she fears and desires.
Like a moth drawn to a deadly flame, she must resist the seductive charm of an alluring monster, or prepare for the destruction of an entire universe. This is one you definitely want to enter! Links are at the bottom. Matt: Shapeshifters, serial killers, urban legends and the vicious cycle of being a teenager surrounded by lies: this book has it all. Eclectic tastes for eclectic stories.
Fiona: This is strange to say, considering how much I love reading and watching a good villain, but so far my favorites to write have been the heroes. One of my favorite parts of the process in fact is really getting into the head of the POV character, figuring out what they want, what their limits are, what makes them different. That was fun. I can never just write someone who is evil for the sake of evil. Another favorite, in a very weird way, is one of our new characters, Patrick Keamy.
Matt: I love my sweets. Probably too much if my scale has anything to say about it.
Fiona: J. Suzanne Collins changed the game and the standard for YA heroines and their quests, and a generation of women owes her a huge thanks. Lauren Oliver and John Green are my favorites for pure emotional resonance, and Scott Westerfeld for bringing the great potential for satire and social commentary in sci-fi into the YA realm. Martin for their insane abilities to build worlds within reasonably realistic but still fantastical realms.
Fiona: Who can pick just one? Chocolat was the reigning champion for a long time, but more recent movies are in competition now. Matt: I love movies so much that this is a nearly impossible spot to fill. Fiona: Mina was basically written for Chloe Moretz. Ever since I first saw her in Kick-Ass, I wanted her to play one of my characters someday.
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Adrienne Monson Paranormal Romance Author. Androids have claimed power over what remains of the human race. They rule without remorse.
You can read an excerpt here. However, once I finally started to do so I couldn't hide the vast amount of disappointment that I felt as after the first pages I could no longer shy away from the fact that I just really wasn't enjoying either the story or the characters and was thus forced to abandon the novel totally, making this a DNF Did Not Finish read. King returns to Castle Rock, Maine—setting for several of his best-known works, as well as the current Hulu series —to tell the story of a man with an eerie, mysterious illness who ends up helping the town overcome its ugliest, longest-held prejudices. Real magic. Very intriguing! If he has any hope of keeping his job and the love of his life, he must contact and interview the one god no one has seen yet.
They are the Mind and humans exist only to serve them. Before the android uprising, select droids, called Servants, were pivotal in engineering a new human race with nanotechnology enhanced DNA. But Serantha, Daughter of the West, was the last female to receive Gifts from her Servant and when the Mind mutinied, she was hidden away, and presumed dead. Without Serantha there is no hope of the Blood Crown being realized so Nicolai, Son of the East, abandons his crown to join the rebel forces.
He might not provide the future for his people he had once dreamed of, but he will not go down without a fight. Their only hope is the Blood Crown—but even if Serantha and Nicolai can realize their potential it may be too late to save mankind. When the hottest man in Paris — Rob Dumont — shows interest in geeky, introverted heiress Lena, she suspects something fishy.
With a little hard work, he will transform it into a hotel to meet the needs of those traveling by railroad. Left a widow with a small daughter, Elizabeth Caldwell must find work. When she sees an advertisement in the newspaper inquiring about cheerful young women to work in a hotel, she decides to apply. However, the hotel owner specifically requested single ladies, so she must hide her former marital status, and her child, if she wishes to get the job.
With cloudy pasts to overcome, both Adam and Elizabeth want to believe in a bright future. Will they find the strength they need in each other, or will their differences keep them apart? Lisa Addario is struggling to make peace with her family and her own bad decisions, while ex-soldier Greg Mora is desperate to carve a new life for himself after war.
Can two broken people heal the wounds from their past, or will their demons destroy their chance at happiness forever? In an effort to escape her failed marriage, Camille is renting a cabin in beautiful Island Park, Idaho, where she meets wildlife photographer Jackson Armstrong, who scoffs at her superstitious ways and infuriates her with his offers of help. Especially when he seems hung up on another woman. This Friday the 13th upsets both their worlds by forcing Camille and Jackson to see things about themselves, their families, and each other that might—with a little help—change them forever.
Maybe this time superstition is on their side. The year is As the brooding mists of war settle over a stark American battlefield, Captain Ritcherd Buchanan yearns for his native England—and for Kyrah Payne, the woman he loves. All alone in a country at war, Kyrah becomes a victim of the breach between her own impoverished circumstances and the aristocratic upbringing of the man she loves.
And she fears that the chasm between their worlds can never be bridged. A powerful and deeply moving saga, its intricate plot expertly woven and guaranteed to keep any reader turning its pages.
The only disappointment is that the book ends! I feel as though I have failed you.