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Books, Grimm

Upcoming books in 2010: a continuing story

14.01.10 | Comment?

Lots of sequels and series titles are coming your way this year. I have tracked down a selection for you to keep an eye out for.

book coverBallad, Maggie Stiefvater (sequel to Lament) – available now!

The Secret Army, Robert Muchamore (Henderson’s Boys) – February

Lord Sunday, Garth Nix (Keys to the Kingdom) – March. The stunning conclusion.

Gone, Lisa McMann (Wake) – March

Hourglass, Claudia Gray (Evernight 3) – March

book coverFang, James Patterson (Maximum Ride) – March. What’s going to happen to Fang? Read the teaser here.

The Piper’s Son, Melina Marchetta (kind of a sequel to Saving Francesca) – March

A Conspiracy of Kings, Megan Whalen Turner (The Queen’s Thief) – April. There are a couple of teaser excerpts on the publisher’s Facebook page here and here.

This World We Live In, Susan Beth Pfeffer – April. Visit her blog for links to reviews and comments on the advance readers copies.

Radiant Shadows, Melissa Marr (Wicked Lovely series) – April

Spells, Aprilynne Pike (sequel to Wings) – May

book coverWhite Cat, Holly Black (The Curse Workers book 1) – May. Read about it here.

Monsters of Men, Patrick Ness (Chaos Walking book 3) – May

Linger, Maggie Stiefvater (sequel to Shiver) – July. What’s going to happen to Grace and Sam?

The Clockwork Angel, Cassandra Clare (The Infernal Devices book 1) – September

Shadow Wave, Robert Muchamore (CHERUB) – September

The Hunger Games‘ Unnamed Third Baby, Suzanne Collins – September

Some time in 2010: Mastiff, Tamora Pierce (Beka Cooper trilogy, book 3); Bitterblue, Kristin Cashore (sequel to Graceling). As for Scott Westerfeld’s Leviathan trilogy, in December his blog said he was researching in Turkey, which isn’t a good sign for 2010 (unless he’s a really quick writer).

Will keep you posted.


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