New YA: February 1-14.

New hardbacks:

Soulprint, by Megan Miranda:

Soulprint is a solid romantic adventure-mystery, made all the more enjoyable by Miranda’s avoidance of instalove; the strong threads about trust and friendship; and the thoughtfulness about the moral, philosophical, religious, and political implications of tracking the movements of reincarnated souls.

Seeker, by Arwen Elys Dayton:

Positives first. The action sequences are really cinematic: the characters use “whipswords,” which are basically the T-1000 in non-sentient, weapon form; there is a scene that involves base jumping off a skyscraper onto an airship while shooting fireworks at said airship as a distraction. And…that’s all I’ve really got.

When Reason Breaks, by Cindy L. Rodriguez

I Remember You, by Cathleen Davitt Bell

Kiss and Tell (Truth or Dare), by Jacqueline Green

Bet Your Life (Jess Tennant Mysteries), by Jane Casey

Shadow of the War Machine (The Secret Order), by Kristin Bailey

Rebellion, by Stephanie Diaz

Utopia, Iowa, by Brian Yansky

Inherit Midnight, by Kate Kae Myers

Promposal, by Rhonda Helms

Temple Boys, by Jamie Buxton

Prison Boy, by Sharon McKay

Scripted, by Maya Rock

The Ruby Circle: A Bloodlines Novel, by Richelle Mead

Red Queen, by Victoria Aveyard

My Heart and Other Black Holes, by Jasmine Warga

The Glass Arrow, by Kristen Simmons

The Ruby Airship (The Diamond Thief), by Sharon Gosling

Something True (True Love), by Kieran Scott

Invaded (An Alienated Novel), by Melissa Landers

I'll Meet You There, by Heather Demetrios

Dearest (The Woodcutter Sisters), by Alethea Kontis

Shutter, by Courtney Alameda

Beastkeeper, by Cat Hellisen

This Side of Home, by Renée Watson

Covenant's End: A Widdershins Adventure, by Ari Marmell


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