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Books, Grimm, New

Upcoming New Fiction

17.01.18 | Comment?

2018 is going to be an excellent year for fiction. We are quite sure of this! Here’s a selection of some new titles we’ve ordered recently, after a bit of a summer break.

Gunslinger Girl, Lyndsay Ely. We quite like this. “Seventeen-year-old Serendipity ‘Pity’ Jones inherited two things from her mother: a pair of six shooters and perfect aim. She’s been offered a life of fame and fortune in Cessation, a glittering city where lawlessness is a way of life. But the price she pays for her freedom may be too great…” (library supplier). In the future America’s west has reverted to its 19th century self, and Pity is described as a cross between Katniss Everdeen and Annie Oakley, so fierce, then.

Purple Hearts, Michael Grant. The final book in the Front Line series. “Courage, sacrifice, and fear have lead Rio, Frangie, and Rainy through front-line battles in North Africa and Sicily, and their missions are not over. These soldiers and thousands of Allies must fight their deadliest battle yet – for their country and their lives – as they descend into the freezing water and onto the treacherous sands of Omaha Beach. It is June 6, 1944. D-Day has arrived…” (library supplier).

The Belles, Dhonielle Clayton. This book has had rave star reviews, and we’re looking forward to it in early-ish February. In Orleans, Belles are revered, able to transform ordinary people into vibrant, beautiful beings. Camellia Beauregard is a Belle with aspirations of being the most talented in the land. She is sent to live in the royal palace to give the princess the Belle treatment, but it soon becomes clear that the princess needs help that would stretch Camellia’s use of her powers beyond mere beautifying into dangerous territory that could alter her world forever.

Thunderhead, Neal Shusterman. The sequel to Scythe. “Rowan [pursues] a vigilante life a year after going off the grid, while Citra, as Scythe Anastasia, openly challenges the ideals of the ‘new order’ in ways that cause her life to be threatened” (library supplier). This is on its way as I type!


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