Recent Cover Reveals: September 28

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Here is a selection of some recently released covers for upcoming YA books. Check the descriptions below for publishers, release dates and more.

The Alex Crow by Andrew Smith
Publisher: Dutton
Release date: March 3rd 2015
Ariel, a refugee from the Middle East is the sole survivor of an attack on his village. Now living with an family in West Virginia, Ariel’s summer at a boys’ camp for tech detox is juxtaposed against the stories of a schizophrenic bomber and a failed arctic expedition from the late nineteenth century.

All Fall Down (Embassy Row #1) by Ally Carter
Publisher: Scholastic Press
Release date: January 27th 2015
Grace Blakely is absolutely certain of three things. She is not crazy. Her mother was murdered. Someday she is going to find the killer and make him pay. As certain as Grace is about these facts, nobody else believes her–so there’s no one she can completely trust. But they can’t control Grace–no more than Grace can control what she knows.

The Ghost of You by Amanda Burckhard
Publisher: Swoon Romance
Release Date: December 30th 2014
Emmy has everything she’s ever wanted until an accident shatters her world, claiming the lives of her twin brother and her best friend. Emmy’s life unravels, but when Logan King moves to town Emmy will have to decide what’s more important: learning how to forgive and move on, or holding onto the pills and the ghost of her past.

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I Heart Robot by Suzanne van Rooyen
Publisher: Month9Books
Release date: March 31st 2015
Sixteen-year-old Tyri wants to be a musician and wants to be with someone who won’t belittle her musical aspirations. Q-I-99 aka ‘Quinn’ lives in a scrap metal sanctuary with other rogue droids. Tyri and Quinn’s worlds collide when they’re accepted by the Baldur Junior Philharmonic Orchestra.

Stone in the Sky (Tin Star #2) by Cecil Castellucci
Publisher: Roaring Brook Press
Release date: February 24th 2015
Tula Bane now spends much of her time in the Tin Star Café on the Yertina Feray. But when it’s discovered that the desolate and abandoned planet near the station has high quantities of a precious resource, aliens from all over the galaxy race to cash in—including Tula’s worst enemy.

Three Day Summer by Sarvenaz Tash
Publisher: Simon & Schuster Books for Young Readers
Release date: May 19th 2015
It’s the summer of 1969. Michael is a directionless music fan struggling with an uncertain future in a time of cultural upheaval. Cora is the obedient candy-striper daughter of an ultra-conservative father. When Michael and Cora meet at Woodstock their lives will never quite be the same.

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Twisted Fate by Norah Olson
Publisher: Katherine Tegen Books
Release date: January 20th 2015
Ally and Sydney couldn’t be more different and when a new boy moves in next door, tensions between the sisters escalate. Both girls are drawn to him in ways they can’t quite explain until a shocking encounter throws into question everything the sisters thought they knew.

The Vanishing Throne (The Falconer #2) by Elizabeth May
Publisher: Gollancz
Release date: September 17th 2015
Aileana took a stand against the Wild Hunt, and she lost everything: her home, her family and her friends. Held captive and tormenting herself over her failure, escape seems like only the faintest possibility. But when she gets her chance, she seizes it… to rejoin a world devastated by war.

The Winner’s Crime (The Winner’s Trilogy #2) by Marie Rutkoski
Publisher: Farrar Straus Giroux
Release date: March 3rd 2015
The engagement of Lady Kestrel to Valoria’s crown prince means one celebration after another. But to Kestrel it means living in a cage of her own making. As the wedding approaches, she aches to tell Arin the truth about her engagement…if she could only trust him. Yet can she even trust herself?

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Lucy Nisbet

Lucy is an English teacher-in-training and a self-confessed book nerd. She often buys more books than she can reasonably afford or possibly have time to read. Her Hogwarts letter is now several years too late, but she’s sure it’s just gotten lost in the post.

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