While it may seem like summer has just started, it's almost back to school time. August kicks off the fall release schedule. What have we got for you at Indigo? Take a look below. If no release date is noted then the book is available:
Nevermore by James Patterson. Final book in the Maximum Ride series. Eight books and seven years later, it's the end of the series that made Patterson a name in YA and introduced readers to Max and her flock.
Iron Legends by Julie Kagawa. (8/28) A collection of three Iron Fey novellas: Winter's Passage, Summer's Crossing, Iron's Prophecy. Also included is The Guide to the Iron Fey. A must for all Iron Fey fans!
Defiance by C.J. Redwine. (8/28) In an intriguing fantasy world, two teens face assassins and a monster that can't be killed.
Plain Kate by Erin Bow. The best book I read in 2010 has come to paperback!
Bound to You by Christopher Pike. A bind-up of Spellbound and See You Later, two suspenseful Christopher Pike novels that may be new to you.
Shelter by Harlan Coben. (8/21) This is the first YA book from Harlan Coben, who is an adult mystery author. This one has all the thrills and plots twists he's known for.
My picks for the month
The Dead I Know by Scott Gardner. A can't-put-it-down contemporary read with a mystery subplot. Aaron's work at a funeral parlour illustrates how working with the dead can help us deal with the living. Recommended for fans of Lisa McMann's Dead to You.
Whew, the heat in Toronto has been intense so far this summer! We've all been drinking a lot of water and reading a book in the AC or shade (don't forget sunscreen.) Whether the temperature is scorching or just pleasant where you are, we've got a look at some hot titles to keep you reading through to August.
Legacy of Tril: Soulbound by Heather Brewer. Known for The Chronicles of Valdimir Todd and The Slayer Chronicles, Soulbound is Brewer's exciting fantasy debut with a tough heroine, romance, monsters and swords! Minions are going to love it.
Team Human by Justine Larbalestier and Sarah Rees Brennan. One of my most anticipated reads of 2012. Are you #TeamVampire or #TeamHuman? Whether you love vampires or loathe them, this hilarious book about that moment in everyone's life when they realize their best friend wants different things from them is for you.
The Lost Crown by Sarah Miller. Satisfying your historical fiction needs, The Lost Crown tells the story of the last days of the Russian Empire through the eyes of the four Romanov sisters.
Seraphina by Rachel Hartman. Fantasy is going strong this summer, and Hartman's debut is a new take on courtly intrigues and dragons. Daring knights, and a fair court musician (maiden) with a secret.
Sailor Moon volume 6 by Naoko Takeuchi. What is going on at the mysterious Mugen Academy? Are these two new Sailor Guardians friends or foes? Volume 6 continues the storyline for Sailor Moon S.
Artemis Fowl: The Last Guardian by Eoin Colfer. After six books of high stakes and magical adventures, the end has come for my favourite crimminal mastermind. Will Artemis defeat Opal? Will Butler survive this final mission? What awaits Holly and Foaly and Mulch? You've got to read to find out.
Spark by Amy Kathleen Ryan.The sequel to Glow returns us and Waverly to the Empyrean, but Kieran has become a leader as strict as the one he overthrew. Will Waverly partner with Seth, declared enemy of the ship, if it means saving their parents trapped on the New Horizon?
Red Heart Tattoo by Lurlene McDaniel. If you're looking for a contemporary read, try this one. Three of McDaniel's previous novels are collected in Reaching Through Time, which also releases this month. (July 24)
Anna Dressed in Blood by Kendare Blake. One of the best books I read last year, this horror with some ghostly romance is both gruesome and hilarious. Plus, it's set in Canada. The first book in a duology, so read it or reread it to prepare for when Girl of Nightmares comes out August 7.
Blood Magic by Tessa Gratton. A dark paranormal romance, Blood Magic is what you need to send chills down your spine on those hot summer nights. (July 24)
Summer reading time is almost here! To get you started, we've rounded up our Top 10 tites for this month:
Pretty Little Liars 11: Stunning by Sara Shepard. Poor Pretty Little Liars? What will A do next? Find out in the latest instalment of this suspenseful series .
Shadow and Bone by Leigh Bardugo. A fantasy debut with Russian influences, this is the first in the Grisha trilogy.Keeping Secrets by Alyson Noel. New to you, Keeping Secrets is a paperback repackage of Alyson Noel's Saving Zoe and Faking 19 in one volume.
Between the Lines by Jodi Picoult & Samantha Van Leer. Jodi Picoult is known for adult books teens read like My Sister's Keeper, but this is her YA debut. (June 26)
Before I Wake by Rachel Vincent. Six in the Soul Screamers series. (June 26)
Hardcovers too heavy for the beach? Try these five paperbacks instead:
Awakened by P.C. & Kristin Cast. 8th in the House of Night series.
Ten Things We Did and Probably Shouldn't Have by Sarah Mlynowski (Canadian author). Both funny and bittersweet, this is the story of a sixteen-year-old on her own for the first time and how it leads to the list mentioned in the title. (June 19)
Already read most of these titles? Here's three bonus books I've got my eye on:
Shadows Cast by Stars by Catherine Knutsson. (Canadian author.) A dystopian novel combining aboriginal mythology in a future setting.
What a month! May has many fabulous Teen releases, but we've narrowed it down to our Top 10:
Gilt by Katherine Longshore. A new historical series that's being pitched as Gossip Girl in The Tudors era.
Endure by Carrie Jones. The latest in the series of pixies with poisonous kisses. Team Teen member, Melanie, has been waiting for this one. You can see her review of the first book of the series, here.
The Enchantress by Michael Scott (5/22). The FINAL book of Michael Scott's epic The Secrets of Nicholas Flamel series.
Fated by Alyson Noel (5/22). The Soul Seekers is Alyson Noel's new series, and this book starts it all. Daire Santos can walk the worlds between the living and the dead, but is the boy of her dreams her destiny or her enemy?
Order of Darkness: Changeling by Philippa Gregory (5/22). A YA debut from the Queen of Historical Fiction. Luca Vero maps fears for the Church in a time when people still truly believed in changelings and werewolves.
Of Poseidon by Anna Banks (5/22). A debut novel about merfolk that we think you're going to love. What makes this difference from all the others? It's about a merman.
Also, here are five titles out in paperback that you've probably been waiting for:
Passion by Lauren Kate. The third book of Lauren Kate's Fallen series.
This Dark Endeavour by Kenneth Oppel. Winner of this year's Red Cedar award in the Forest of Reading, and first book in the Apprenticeship of Victor Frankenstein trilogy.
Bloodlines by Richelle Mead (5/29). The first book in Michelle Read's new Bloodlines series set in the same universe as Vampire Academy.
Uncommon Criminals by Ally Carter (5/29). Second of the Heist Society novels.
Finally, five bonus books that I've got my eye on this month:
Shine by Jeri Smith-Ready. This is the final book in her wonderful paranormal romance trilogy, which features the only love triangle I support. (Besides Damon, Elena and Stefan, of course.) Shade (Book 1) and Shift (Book 2) have also been repacked with lovely new covers.
Queen of the Dead: Silence by Michelle Sagara. If you are tiring of insta-romance and just want to read a great paranormal book with characters who so believable you'll think you know them then this one is for you. Bonus points for it being set in Toronto and being writing by a T.O. author.
Hold Me Closer, Necromancer by Lish McBride. I am so ashamed that I didn't read this sooner, but grab the shiny new paperback version and get ready to love this book. Funny, smart, and scary = highly recommended for all of you who love Anna Dressed in Blood by Kendare Blake.
Hemlock by Kathleen Peacock. A debut from a Canadian author! Not everything is as it seems, as Mac investigates the murder of her best friend Amy and trackers search her town for a white werewolf.
Where has April gone? It feels like it just got started! If you're looking for something to read, here's a list of the titles this month that has our team at Indigo excited:
The Calling by Kelley Armstong. The second in her Darkness Rising trilogy.
The Fame Game by Lauren Conrad. Lauren returns to show us what happens on the other side of the camera.
Ascend: A Trylle Novel by Amanda Hocking. Find out how it all ends in the final book of The Trylle Trilogy.
Stolen by Lucy Christopher in paperback. Gemma gets stalked, kidnapped, and then expected to love the guy who did it.
Immortal City by Scott Speer. The most famous Angel in the city and the one girl who doesn't care hunt a serial killer. (C'mon, you know you're curious.)
Opposite of Tidy by Carrie Mac. From the Vancouver author, this is a contemporary novel about a girl who's mother is a hoarder.
Whisper by Alyson Noel. Newest in The Riley Bloom series.
Black Heart by Holly Black the previous books White Cat and Red Glove are out in paperback with lovely new covers. Also, Zombies vs. Unicorns—which was co-edited by Holly Black—is now out in paperback. Read our interview with Holly.
Masque of the Red Death by Bethany Griffin. A stunningly atmospheric debut that draws its inspiration from an Edgar Allen Poe short story of the same name.
The Immortal Rules by Julie Kagawa. The new series from Julie Kagawa is set in a dystopian future where vampires rule humanity. Forced to become a vampire, Allie searches for the key to save humanity. It's already been optioned for a film.
We'll Always Have Summer by Jenny Han in paperback. The final book in the Summer trilogy and the paperback has bonus material.
Special mentions this month to...
The Chaos by Nalo Hopkinson. A book set in Toronto and filled with Carribean culture. Looking for something different? Give this one a try.
I Hunt Killers by Barry Lyga. I read an ARC of this book after it was suggested to me when I was lamenting that there isn't anything like Dexter in the teen section. This isn't quite teen Dexter, but it is so good. It hits all the emotional triggers, the characters are fantastic and I can't wait for the next installment. But it is not for the faint of heart!
Here are twelve new titles and two paperback releases that the team here at Indigo are excited to share with you. (All titles are now available unless otherwise indicated.)
The Vampire Diaries the Hunters Moonsong is the second instalment of the new The Vampire Diaries: Hunters series, which began with Phantom. The final volume of the previous series, The Vampire Diaries: The Return: Midnight, has also come out in paperback.
The Vampire Diaires: Stefan's Diaries: Compelled. The most recent in the prequel series based on the TV show.
Wildlings: Under My Skin by Charles de Lint. This first book of Charles de Lint's new YA series takes what he does best in a slightly new direction. Think the mutant-hunting arc of the X-Men mixed with aboriginal folklore, and you'll get a sense of what's waiting for you.
Infamous: Chronicles of Nick by Sherrilyn Kenyon. The third instalment of the adventures of young Nick Gautier continues to flesh out ths Dark Hunter's history. The second instalment, Invincible, is now out in paperback.
Sailor Moon Vol 4 by Naoka Takeuchi. Is Chibi-usa friend or foe? What's up with the Dark Moon? The Sailor Moon R story arc continues in this volume.
Dark & Hollow Places (paperback) by Carrie Ryan. The final volume of The Forest of Hands and Teeth trilogy.
A Temptation of Angels by Michelle Zink. (3/20) Known for her Prophecy of the Sisters trilogy, this is her new historical fantasy series set in London involving a secret society who protects past, present and future.
His Fair Assassin: Grave Mercy by R.L. LaFevers. (3/21) In the convent of St. Mortain the sisters serve the gods of old, and Ismae has been chosen to serve as a handmaiden to Death. But her first target in the high court of Brittany has already stolen her heart...
The World of the Hunger Games. (3/23) Are you a devoted supporter of Katniss or a new fan thanks to the movie? Either way, you'll learn all about Panem in this guidebook.
After the Snow by S.D. Crockett. (3/27) A book about survival set in a frozen future world. Willo finds his family, all he has ever known, have vanished and he must journey from the safety of the woods he knows into a city he's always been told to avoid.
And here are four titles that I'm excited for in March:
Above by Leah Bobet. One of my most anticipated titles of 2012, Above tells the tale of Matthew, who lives in Safe with others who are Freak or Sick. When Safe is attacked, he must journey into the perilous world of Above to find a way to save his home and his friends. Read our Q & A with Leah here.
Ripper by Stefan Petrucha. Set in New York City, orphan Carver Young longs to be a detective. When he's adopted by Detective Hawking of the Pinkerton Agency, Carver thinks his dreams have come true. But a vicious serial killer has arrive in NYC and Carver may have a personal connection...
Katana by Cole Gibsen. Do you like samurai, sword-fights, ninjas, feudal Japan, romance, jokes, and books that are so much fun you laugh out loud? Well, then you should order this hidden gem by my friend Cole. (Highly recommended for fellow Rurouni Kenshin fans .)
Starters by Lissa Price. In a near future Los Angeles, the Spore Wars have decimated the middle-aged population and left behind only Starters (kids/teens) and Enders (seniors.) To escape the terrifying poverty of being an unclaimed minor, Callie Woodhouse signs a contract with Prime Destintations to allow Enders to be young again by taking her body for a joyride. A little bit of a Cinderella-story, with commentary on inter-generational relations and the gap between those who have and those who have-not, Starters is a swift dystopian read that fans of The Hunger Games fans should pick up.
Here are ten new titles and five paperback releases that the team here at Indigo are excited to share with you. (All titles are now available unless otherwise indicated.)The Hunger Games movie tie-in. Nothing new content-wise, but the movie poster cover will mean if you haven't read this one yet then you'll recognize it easily. (And, really, you haven't read The Hunger Games yet?)
The Hunger Games Official Illustrated Movie Companion. There's just over a month until the movie releases, but you can get a sneak peek with this companion book.
The Hunger Games Tribute Guide. Want to know all about the tributes? Here you go.
Catastrophic History of You & Me by Jess Rothenberg. When Brie literally dies of a broken heart at 16, she learns that love is far more complex than she could have imagined. A novel of loss (and laughter) about progressing through the five stages of grief.
Fever by Lauren DeStefano. The sequel to Wither, and second in The Chemical Garden trilogy. What awaits Rhine and Gabriel now they've escaped? And how long until Vaughn and his son Linden come to take Rhine back?
Bzrk by Michael Grant. (2/28) The first book in Michael Grant's new trilogy, this techno-thriller is sure to please his existing fans and create some new ones.Pandemonium by Lauren Oliver. (2/28) The sequel to Delirium finds Lena learning to survive in the Wilds, joining the resistance, and maybe rebounding from Alex?
Delirium (paperback) by Lauren Oliver. Both Melanie and I love this dystopian series about a world where love is treated like a disease.
And the five bonus titles that I'm excited about are:The Wood Queen by Karen Mahoney. The sequel to The Iron Witch. Donna may have saved her best friend Nav from the Dark Elves, but their adventures are far from over.
Faery Tales and Nightmares by Melissa Marr. This short story anthology collects many Wicked Lovely tales from various anthologies, as well as shares some of Melissa's other stories. Also, Darkest Mercy (the final Wicked Lovely novel) is now in paperback.The Nightmare Garden by Caitlin Kittredge. The sequel to The Iron Thorn, which is now in paperback. The Lovecraft engine has been destroyed. Aoife knows she'll have to return to Lovecraft to save her mother, but their shared allergy to iron threatens Aoife with madness. We have a guestpost from Caitlin on her literary crush.
January's starting the new year off with a bang—already we've had huge titles like Cinder, A Million Suns, Under the Never Sky, and The Fault in our Stars. There's a lot coming out this month; here are twenty-one new books to last you until February. (Unless otherwise stated, the books are already available.)
The Statistical Probability of Love At First Sight by Jennifer E. Smith. Ever gotten on a plane and wondered if the person who would be sitting next to you could be The One? For Hadley and Oliver, that may be the case.
Switched by Amanda Hocking. The Trylle Trilogy is infamous, as, like Eragon, Hocking originally self-published. She became a sensation, and St. Martin's Press has picked up her story of a changeling (troll) trying to find love and her place in two worlds. These new paperback editions have bonus content.
The Alchemy of Forever by Avery Williams. A good pick for fans of the Evermore series, this first volume in the Incarnation series is a fresh take on how immortality might work--and the perils that come along with it.
Cinder by Marissa Meyer. Cinder is a fantastic sci-fi beginning to a new series based loosely on fairy tales. A cyborg mechanic, a handsome but reluctant Prince, a Wicked Lunar queen and a deadly plague--this isn't your mother's Cinderella, but it is a Team Teen pick!
Under the Never Sky by Veronica Rossi. An exciting new dystopian romance with plenty of action. We've heard nothing but good things about Rossi's debut, and that's why it's a Team Teen pick.
The Gathering Storm by Robin Bridges. St. Petersburg, 1888. Katerina Alexandrovna, Duchess of Oldenburg, is a debutante...and a necromancer. Start of a new historical fantasy romance trilogy.
The Fault in our Stars by John Green. YA Lit star Green returns in this honest and hilarious novel about loss and life. (It's a cancer book that will change what you think of cancer books.) Melanie Fishbane reviews TFioS here. Don't miss this Team Teen Pick!
Sailor Moon volume 3 by Naoko Takeuchi. I forgot how fast the story moves in the manga. Volume 3 is the conclusion of Sailor Moon (season 1) and the beginning of Sailor Moon R (season 2.) That means... Chibiusa!
Fallen in Love by Lauren Kate. A collection of four new stories set in the Middle Ages that expands the backstory of the Fallen series. (Jan. 24)
The Way We Fall by Megan Crewe. Set in the Maritimes, this is a realistic portrayal of an epidemic on an island community. Told in letters that Kaelyn writes to her friend but never sends, it's a quiet gem of a story from a solid voice in Young Adult CanLit. (Jan 24)
Everneath by Brodi Ashton. Loosely inspired by the Hades and Persephone myth, this is the story of a girl who has six months to say goodbye to her family before she disappears underground forever. (Jan. 24)
The Taming by Teresa Toten and Eric Walters. Woven around a school production of The Taming of the Shrew, this collaborative novel deals with young love and abusive relationships. (Jan. 24)
Incarnate by Jodie Meadows. Imagine a world where reincarnation is real. There's a limited number of souls, and everyone remembers their past lives. Now imagine you're the first new soul in 5000 years. Between its striking cover and interesting premise, this debut has been generating buzz for months. (Jan. 31)
New Girl by Paige Harbison. Daphne du Maurier's 1938 romantic suspense novel Rebecca serves as the inspiration for Harbison's newest novel about being the new girl at an exclusive boarding school. (Jan. 31)
Is it December already? Hard to believe that Indigo Teen Blog has been featuring Monthly New Releases posts for a full year now. We're looking forward to offering you a rundown of all the great titles as they come out next year, too.
But first, fifteen titles that look interesting for this last month of 2011. One of the most highly anticipated books, Cassandra Clare's Clockwork Prince is finally here! It shared a release day with Sara Shepard's Ruthless—the tenth installment in the popular Pretty Little Liars series. The middle of the month quiets for the holidays, but we'll be celebrating again on the 27th with the release of Daniel Handler's Why We Broke Up and Jennifer Lynn Barnes' Every Other Day.
Full list below, in order of release date. Unless it's marked with a date, the book is already available at time of posting.
The Probability of Miracles by Wendy Wunder. This is probably a book about someone who has cancer, but it sounds lovely and maybe a nice warm-up read while you wait for John Green's The Fault in Our Stars.
Illuminated by Erica Orloff. When Callie finds a journal detailing the ill-fated romance of two lovers in an antique bookstre, their story leads her to handsome August... and perhaps her own ill-fated love as they search for the answers to the journal's story.
Witch & Wizard: The Fire by James Patterson. The third installment of Whit & Wisty's struggle to free their world from the oppressive One is The One.
Clockwork Prince by Cassandra Clare. The second in The Infernal Devices trilogy returns us to Victorian London and the Shadowhunters who keep it safe. As Tessa continues to search for answers about her strange powers, she takes comfort in how stable Jem is—especially after Will broke her heart. Can Will's curse be broken so he can pursue the woman he loves, or will it be too late and she'll realize her deepening feelings for his best friend? Also in this book: Magnus Bane being awesome.
Deadly Little Voices by Laurie Faria Stolarz. The newest Touch novel. Camelia's psychometric power seem to be changing, as she starts hearing malicious voices.
Melody Burning by Whitley Strieber. This is the story of a boy who lives in the air ducts of a ritzy LA apartment building, and the pop star who he comes to love. Yes, this thriller's premise is a little out there but maybe just enough to make it stand out?
Shattered Souls by Mary Lindsey. Lenzi is a reincarnated Speaker, meant to guide the spirits of the dead. She has a hot guardian who has protected her through all her lives, but in this one she also has a boyfriend. I hope she sorts out her love life, because a dangerous spirit wants her dead... which sort of stops her from being able to date anyone.
Still Waters by Emma Carlson Berne. (12/20) The synopsis makes this sound like a book about a girl who's dating a sociopath, but I'm hoping it's really more like that Buffy episode where she and Angelus got possessed by the spirits of those high school students and they had to act out their tragic fates. Either way, it sounds like a creepy alternative to all the warm fuzzy holiday feelings.The Secret Sisterhood of Heartbreakers by Lynn Weingarten. (12/27) If you've ever felt that there ought to be a book about a secret sisterhood who gain their powers by distilling the tears of boys they've left heartbroken... well, you're in luck! (Admit it, you're totally curious about this book now.)
Every Other Day by Jennifer Lynn Barnes. (12/27) Imagine you had the power, skills, and instincts to be a fearsome monster-hunter. Now imagine that you only have them every other day—and the day you discover a classmate has been marked for death by the things you hunt, you're only human. A new book by the author of Raised by Wolves.
Why We Broke Up by Daniel Handler. (12/27) Does the name sound familiar? You may know him better as Lemony Snicket, the author of the incredible A Series of Unfortunate Events. This is his fantastic first young adult novel. Min Green and Ed Slaterton have broken up, so Min is writing Ed a letter and giving him a box. Inside the box is why they broke up. Illustrated by Maira Kalman.
The top news in teen books this month is the much anticipated release of Inheritance by Christopher Paolini and Breaking Dawn Part 1 hitting the theatres. But releases like Crossed by Ally Condie and Shatter Me by Tahereh Mafi are also getting attention. Books I enjoyed this month are: Dark Inside by Jeyn Roberts and The Future of Us by Jay Asher and Carolyn Mackler.
Here are 15 books and 2 manga titles to get you through this penultimate month of 2011.
Dark Eden by Patrick Carman. Patients with crippling phobias are sent to Fort Eden to confront their greatest nightmares in hopes of being cured. But what is really going on in this isolated facility?
Liar's Moon by Elizabeth C Bunce. Bunce's first novel, A Curse Dark as Gold, got a lot of attention when it debuted. Her new novel is a noir fantasy about a girl pickpocket who falls in love with an accused murderer.
Last Breath by Rachel Caine. The latest of The Morganville Vampire novels.
Darker Still: A Novel of Magic Most Foul by Leanna Renee Hieber. "The Picture of Dorian Gray meets Pride and Prejudice, with a dash of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde" and set in NYC 1882. Also, the main protagonist is a mute girl.
Reckoning by Lili St Crow. The final book of the Strange Angels series.
Tiger's Voyage by Colleen Houck. Third in the Tiger's Curse series.
Playground by 50 Cent. This is a book about a 13 year old bully from his perspective, and it explores what pushed him to become a bully. Apparently it's inspired by 50 Cent's life.
Inheritance by Christopher Paolini. The finale in The Inheritance Cycle. So ends the epic battle of Eragon and Saphira against Galbatorix.
Shatter Me by Tahereh Mafi. Lots of online buzz for this dystopia about a girl whose touch can kill learning to love and trust people. (Which is a good thing to learn to do.) It also has an interesting narrative style where the protagonist is censoring her own thoughts via strikethrough text.
The Pledge by Kimberly Derting. Words are power. Language creates class. A girl named Charlie can understand them all in a kingdom where such a thing can get you killed—or worse. A fresh new world from the author of The Body Finder series.
The Space Between by Brenna Yavanoff. A new novel from the author of The Replacement. I've seen this described as being about a girl learning how to feel and a boy who doesn't want to. (And I wish I could remember who to attribute that description to.) Fallen angel girl, human boy. Our world is scary and strange.
Death Watch by Ari Berk. This boy named Silas learns his father was an Undertaker—he guided the souls to the Afterlife, but something went wrong and he was killed. Silas finds this thing called the Death Watch that allows him to see the dead. And it kind of sounds a little like a teen boy verison of Melissa Marr's Graveminder.
Sailor Moon vol 2 by Naoko Takeuchi. It's got Sailor Mercury on the cover! The second volume in this epic shojo manga series.
Codename: Sailor V vol 2 by Naoko Takeuchi. The second and final volume of the spin-off of Sailor Moon.
The Future of Us by Jay Asher and Carolyn Mackler. Jay Asher is famous for 13 Reasons Why. This is his second book and Carolyn Mackler co-wrote it. It's 1996 and two teens are about to log on to Facebook—and get a glimpse of their lives 15 years in the future.
Soul Screamers Omnibus vol 1 by Rachel Vincent. Collected for your reading pleasure the prequel novella (never before in print) and the first two books in this fabulous paranormal series: My Soul to Lose, My Soul to Take, My Soul to Save. (Team Tod all the way!)
Legend by Marie Lu. June is born of the elite class of the Republic (the former US.) Day is the Republic's most wanted crimminal. June's brother gets murdered and Day gets framed for it. But things are not as they seem... Can June and Day overcome their differences to undercover the truth?