Maggie Stiefvater’s The Raven Boys is the latest in a string of YA Novels that have found their movie rights being optioned. The novel, which won’t be released until September 18, 2012, centers around 16 year old Blue, who comes from a family of psychics, and is told that if she finds her true love and kisses him, he will […]
Calling all Divergent Nation, Veronica Roth’s best selling book’s film adaptation has finally been given a release date so circle March 21, 2014 on your calendar. The dystopian book tells the tale of 16 year old Tris coming of age in a post apocalyptic world where people are separated into five ideological factions that control society. Evan Daugherty best known […]
Vessel by Sarah Beth Durst Published by Margaret K. McElderry Synopses Goodreads In a desert world of sandstorms and sand-wolves, a teen girl must defy the gods to save her tribe in this mystical, atmospheric tale from the author of Drink, Slay, Love.Liyana has trained her entire life to be the vessel of a goddess. The goddess will inhabit Liyana’s body and […]
Dreamworks has just announced that they have picked up the movie rights to the New York Times best selling book Shadow and Bone by Leigh Bardugo. It seems like every time you turn around another YA book is having their film rights acquired but what makes this news so exciting is that David Heyman, who was the producer of the Harry Potter franchise, […]
Lily Collins took a break from filming The Mortal Instruments adaptation to attend the International Toronto Film Festival. Inbetween looking gorgeous she took the time to sit down with MTV to talk City of Bones and oh yeah some guy named Jamie Campbell Bower. Watch the video below for the highlights.
Books On Our Radar focuses on new and noteworthy upcoming releases that have peeked our interest. This weeks selections include a novel that focuses on a boy finding his dead girlfriend alive and well in a parallel universe and another dealing with a girl trying to find out the secrets to her parents disappearance while caught in a triangle between […]
Author: Katie McGarry (blog, twitter) Genre: YA w/ mature themes Publication: July 31, 2012, Harlequin Teen Pages: 384 synopsis from Goodreads No one knows what happened the night Echo Emerson went from popular girl with jock boyfriend to gossiped-about outsider with “freaky” scars on her arms. Even Echo can’t remember the whole truth of that horrible night. All she knows is […]
To go along with our Iron Fey theme I’ve come up with a mix-tape that evokes all things nevernever, devious, and yes earth shatteringly beautiful. What are some of your favorite songs that make you think of fae themed books? Let us know in the comments. Cathedral Park – Wisdom Tooth Special Death – Mirah I’ll Make You […]
Some books you read and they are good but you put them back on the shelf and don’t think much about them again. Other books you devour, immediately tell your friends about, and stay up to the wee hours of the morning until your eyes cross over in a desperate attempt to get to the last page. That was what […]
In honor of the release of Julie Kagawa’s Iron Fey boxset and The Iron Legends anthology we are continuing our all about fae theme with a nod to those ethereal and mysterious beings in our newest Fashion Crush post. We think Meghan Chase would approve.