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It’s not too late to visit the Menagerie…     In 1986, the country experienced one of humanity’s most horrific tragedies, The Reaping— a nationwide slaughter of six-year-old children by their parents. And perhaps even more terrifying: The few six-year-old survivors aren’t the children their families believed they were. Fast-forward to the 25th birthday of Delilah Marlow,  an ordinary young woman in a not-quite-ordinary world, visiting a breathtaking traveling carnival of fantastical creatures, (read more…)

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EW.com featured Lori Foster’s Cooper’s Charm [HQN], a two-romances-in-one story set against the backdrop of a charming camping resort of the same name, in its round-up Hot Stuff: July romance novels tackle tricky tropes. And they threw in this fun comp to a cult film favorite for good measure: “The story is a heart-warming tale of four broken people whose affection and care for one another helps them to heal in myriad ways. (read more…)

In Jennifer Yu’s novel Four Weeks, Five People [Harlequin TEEN], we met five high schoolers reluctantly brought together–and reluctantly bonding–at a summer camp for troubled kids. There, we got to know four of the teens, their backgrounds, and what led them to spend a summer with complete strangers. But there was one character we only got glimpses of: a mysteriously hardened veteran camper named Stella. Imagine Us Happy [Oct. 2018] is (read more…)

Editor and author Saundra Mitchell brought together an all-star cast of YA’s best LGBTQ+ authors for one magnificent historical fiction anthology, All Out: The No-Longer-Secret Stories of Queer Teens Throughout the Ages [HarlequinTeen]. Authors including Robin Talley, Tess Sharpe, Alex Sanchez, and Elliot Wake contributed short stories about queer teens that span across six centuries and focus on self-discovery, first love, and adventure! “Readers searching for positive, nuanced, and authentic queer representation—or just a (read more…)

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…don’t miss the lyrically eerie novel The Stranger Game [October, Hanover Square Press] by Peter Gadol. In the eponymous game, players have begun to track complete strangers in real life, initially as a form of empathy-building and connection in an increasingly disconnected world … until the game gains popularity, the rules evolve, the players grow more intense, and disappearances are suddenly being reported across the country. When one woman’s boyfriend disappears into the (read more…)

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