From the lovely people of Tor Teen:
Vassa in the Night by Sarah Porter
This book is gorgeous. The chapter headings are different, unique, and just the right amount of macabre.
I cannot wait to read Vassa and see this Kingdom of Brooklyn!
From the kind folks at Bloomsbury:
The Peculiar Night of the Blue Heart by Lauren DeStefano
I haven't read a lot of MG this year, but I am pretty curious how DeStefano will continue from A Curious Tale of the In-Between.
From TLC Book Tours:
Girls on Fire by Robin Wasserman
I really loved the Book of Blood and Shadow a few years ago. This premise sounded interesting and like it might be just as creepy-fun.
aaand a lovely pile from MacMillan:
Nemesis by Anna Banks - a new fantasy from the author of a mermaid series.
Been Here All Along by Sandy Hall - bisexual male protagonist so I had to try tho my history with this author is checkered.
Blood Red Snow White by Marcus Sedgwick - another author I've both loved and DNF'd, but this premise lured me in for another g0.
Jess, Chunk, and the Road Trip to Infinity by Kristin Elizabeth Clark - love the title, love the synopsis, hope it's the exception to the YA contemporary roadtrip rule.
This Adventure Ends by Emma Mills - this sounds like a feelsy contemporary and I am always on the lookout for one of those.
Afterward by Jennifer Mathieu - I loved Devoted, and thought The Truth About Alice was a thought-provoking, if imperfect debut. I'm curious to see how she will handle this subject matter/plot.
Aaaand from a giftcard because of course I bought this:
The Summer Dragon by Todd Lockwood - fantasy. dragons. cool cover. Is anyone surprised?