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.
Rift by Andrea Cremer. In this epic prequel to the Nightshade series, Rift tells how the Keepers came to be. The final Nightshade book, Bloodrose, is now in paperback.
Wake by Amanda Hocking. The author of the Trylle series, has returned with Watersong. Wake is the first book in this new series about mermaids.
The Kill Order by James Dashner. The much-anticipated and action-packed prequel to The Maze Runner trilogy. Read our review.
House at the End of the Street by Lily Blake. (8/21) The novelization of the new movie with The Hunger Games star Jennifer Lawrence.
The Rise of Nine by Pittacus Lore. (8/21) Third book in the popular I Am Number Four series.
Heaven by Alexandra Adornetto. Final book of the Adornetto's Halo series. Hades, the second book, is releasing in paperback on the same day. (8/21)
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.
Don't Turn Around by Michelle Gagnon. (8/28) Buzz is this is a teen The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo. Hackers, mysteries, and kick butt heroines? Sign us up!
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.
The Perks of Being a Wallflower (movie tie-in) by Stephen Chbosky. This book, you guys, will give you all the feelings. John Green loves this book. It's also available with the original cover.
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.
Goliath by Mr. Scott Westerfeld. (8/21) The final volume of the Leviathan trilogy now in paperback.
My picks for the month
Girl of Nightmares by Kendare Blake. Sequel to the creepy/wonderful Anna Dressed in Blood. Gotta read it.
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.
Starling by Lesley Livingston (8/21). First in Livingston's new series set in the same world as her Wonderous Strange trilogy. Love Fenn. Love Mason. Love this fun, fabulous book.
Such Wicked Intent by Kenneth Oppel (8/28). The follow-up to This Dark Endeavour is more wicked and more fun than the first book of Oppel's retelling of Victor Frankenstein's teen years.