Stealing Snow, Danielle Paige (October). Danielle Paige, who wrote the very cool Dorothy Must Die series, has fixed her steely gaze on Snow (White). Snow is trapped inside the Whittaker Institute, a high-security mental hospital (not a chocolate factory, as I first thought). With the help of an orderly she escapes, to return to her home of Algid, where Snow gradually figures out the truth behind why she was in Whittaker, and how much danger she is in.
Replica, Lauren Oliver (October). “Gemma has been in and out of hospitals since she was born. ‘A sickly child’, her lonely life to date has revolved around her home, school and one best friend, Alice. But when she discovers her father’s connection to the top secret Haven research facility, currently hitting the headlines and under siege by religious fanatics, Gemma decides to leave the sanctuary she’s always known to find the institute and determine what is going on there and why her father’s name seems inextricably linked to it. Amidst the frenzy outside the institute’s walls, Lyra – or number 24 as she is known as at Haven – and a fellow experimental subject known only as 72, manage to escape. Encountering a world they never knew existed outside the walls of their secluded upbringing , they meet Gemma and, as they try to understand Haven’s purpose together, they uncover some earth-shattering secrets that will change the lives of both girls forever…” (goodreads.com)
Gone Wild, Robert Muchamore (October). The third book in the Rock Wars series, from the author of CHERUB. Jay, Summer and Dylan have made it through the Boot Camp stage of the Rock Wars reality TV show, and now face the Battle Zone. But! They also have their own issues to battle, and Dylan is investigating corruption that might be going on behind the scenes of the popular TV show. Things could get interesting.
Diary of a Haunting, M. Verano. Love the cover! A creepy horror! Paige moves into an impressively awful house in Idaho with her mother and brother. Horrible things happened there in the past, and horrible things are happening now. “Found in the aftermath, Diary of a Haunting collects the journal entries, letters, and photographs Paige left behind” (goodreads.com). Spooky.