Happy Birthday to Books 8/26 to 9/1

First day of school getting you down? Perk up with some unrequired reading!

UnWholly Book CoverUnWholly (Unwind #2) by Neal Shusterman
(Simon & Schuster, August 28, 2012)
This book was even better than the first. UnWholly made me laugh and cry, yell at the bad guys and then sit and contemplate this believable world where unwinding happens. I was dumbfounded at parts, and then found myself rallying behind our heroes wishing I could actually jump in and help. This is truly a second book that not only compliments the first, it takes it to a whole new exciting level!  —Stacy Dempsey, Goodreads


Enshadowed book coverEnshadowed (Nevermore #2) by Kelly Creagh
(Atheneum, August 28, 2012)
Macabre, bizarre, sinister and totally absorbing, Enshadowed is definitely an uncanny and dark addictive read that will haunt readers through the night. So don’t wait any longer, and go pick it up as soon as it comes out! —Natalia Belikov, Dazzling Reads


The Blood Keeper book coverThe Blood Keeper by Tessa Gratton
(Random House, August 28, 2012)
BEST.BOOK.EVER!  I am not kidding or exaggerating one bit either. Most books I usually say that I loved them but I wish this was different or this annoyed me, but this one is PERFECT. There is not one single thing I would want changed, slowed down, altered, or deleted. The Blood Keeper is pure perfection!Pure Imagination


Every Day book coverEvery Day by David Levithan
(Random House, August 28, 2012)
There is something so beautiful about this book, something that will make you want to read more . . . All I can add is that this book is worth every minute I spent reading it, as it completely sucked me in from the beginning. It was simply beautiful.A Beautiful Madness


If I Lie book coverIf I Lie by Corrine Jackson
(Simon Pulse, August 28, 2012)
By the end of Jackson’s debut novel, my heart felt sore from feeling Quinn’s pain. But there’s also a lot of hope in If I Lie, as well. For such a short novel, Jackson packed in a great deal of emotions that stayed with me long after finishing. –Molli, Once Upon a Prologue

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