Veronica Roth just released the title of the follow-up to Divergent on her site this week:
I loved Divergent. I'd even go so far as to say it's my favorite dystopian yet. And that's saying a lot because there have been a lot of good reads in that genre in recent years! I'll be waiting with bated breath for the release of the cover.
I am soooo excited to read Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children by Ransom Riggs! It was released last week to rave reviews, and I can't wait to get my hands on a copy. From all accounts, this is one book you'll need the hardcover to actually appreciate because the eerie story is also interspersed with vintage photographs, like the one's Jacob find in the story.
In case you're still skeptical, here's the trailer for the novel, followed by a video made by the author himself, wherein he searches for the home of one Miss Peregrine:
A couple of other things to note:
You can find a teaser of by Vera Brosgol here. Looks to be a very entertaining debut (graphic) novel!
Also of interest, Andrea Cramer's agent posted this little tidbit on his Tumblr: "The cover to Bloodrose by Andrea Cremer was spotted in the wild on Amazon. If you have the original Nightshade cover, send an e-mail to Penguin (email@example.com) and they’ll send you a new dust jacket so your hardcovers will match." It's like they know how obsessive-compulsive some of us are about our book covers or something, right?!? He also posted the cover for Bloodrose:
Did you find anything interesting on the internets this week?? Do tell!