Happy Birthday to Books 7/22-7/28

Even if you feel like you’ve read everything there is to read, there are new books being released every day. So if you’re tired of all your old books, check out these new ones!

Endlessly by Kiersten White (July 24, 2012, HarperTeen)
In the third book in Kiersten White’s Paranormalcy series, the paranormal world is hanging by a thread. Evie has to contend with the crazy new director of the International Paranormal Containment Agency, the evil Dark Faerie Queen, and the supernatural creatures who swear Evie is their only hope. Evie just wants to leave her past behind, but it’s up to her to save the paranormal world.


Cold Fury by T.M. Goeglein (July 24, 2012, Putnam Juvenile)
Sarah Jane Rispoli thinks her life is pretty normal—she’s an average 16-year-old dealing with school and a new romance. But everything changes when she finds out her relatives are part of the Chicago mob. Her parents and siblings are kidnapped, and suddenly Sarah Jane is on the run from dangerous enemies, trying to find her family. Could a mysterious and tattered old notebook be the key to saving her family’s lives?


Guitar Notes by Mary Amato (July 24, 2012, Egmont USA)
Tripp and Lyla use the same practice room, but they’re never there on the same days. Tripp doesn’t think they have too much in common: Lyla’s a perfect, straight-A student who plays cello, while he plays guitar. But when they begin to communicate by leaving notes in the practice room, they start to connect in a way Tripp didn’t think was possible.


Something Strange and Deadly by Susan Dennard (July 24, 2012, HarperTeen)
Eleanor Fitt’s family is in trouble. There’s a zombie uprising in Philadelphia, and the Dead have taken her brother hostage. It’s up to Eleanor to find him, but in order to save his life, she must ally herself with the Spirit-Hunters, who guard the city against the supernatural. Will the Spirit-Hunters be able to help Eleanor, or will trusting them turn out to be the biggest mistake of her life?


Alex Van Helsing: The Triumph of Death by Jason Henderson (July 24, 2012, HarperTeen)
In the third and final installment of the Alex Van Helsing series, Alex has yet another vampire enemy to defeat. This time, it’s a new vampire queen threatening to cast a spell that will spread darkness over the entire world. As Alex tries to thwart her plans, he starts to wonder if being a vampire hunter is worth all this danger. But it’s not just his own future Alex has to worry about—the fate of the world also rests with him.

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