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 Don't forget! You can get your OWN copy of FRACTURE by Megan Miranda signed at our upcoming event!
"Although it took me a while to finally sit down and read Fracture, I was not disappointed. Fracture is definitely a pretty quick read, at only 264 pages, but each page is filled with so much emotion it was hard to put it down for long periods of time. I especially loved the relationship between Delaney and all of the most important people in her life and how everyone is so affected by her drowning. Fracture was an amazing read that had me wanting more and more until the very end when I was finally satisfied.

Reading Fracture by Megan Miranda is like listening to one of Beethoven’s symphonies. At first, the story starts slowly, building up to an amazing crescendo and cascading into a perfect finale. Miranda’s writing is just beautiful, she managed to keep me interested enough in the story without feeding me too much information all at once. When Delaney felt happy, I felt happy for her. When Delaney cried, I cried with her. When Troy kissed Delaney in his kitchen, I got butterflies and I could feel my face lighting up. When I finally finished Fracture I was a blubbering mess of emotions. Even remembering how things ended makes me teary-eyed.
 
Fracture is one of those books that you really need to dedicate your time to, because you won’t want to put it down once you start. Miranda takes you into the world of a damaged girl who’s just trying to figure out her life in the wake of a terrible accident. By the end of the book you’ll be laughing, crying, and cheering while still trying to comprehend what happened. I definitely recommend Fracture to lovers of mysteries, thrillers, paranormal, and romances." --Literary Exploration

Literary Exploration is a *FAB* local blogger who comes to ALL the NYMBC events. Check out her blog's home page here.

Fever Crumb is the only girl in the Order of Engineers—and though she’s been trained and raised by them, she’s still a little shocked when a rogue archeologist recruits her for his top-secret project, forcing her to leave the Order and strike out into the real and dangerous world of London. Set in the distant, distant future, when most technology as we know it has gone extinct, the world of Fever Crumb is rugged, rough and violent. As Fever herself ventures out into London, she finds that she is exceptional for reasons other than being the only female engineer. And as she begins to parse her past, she’s lead into a thrilling adventure of self-realization, machinery and war.

Not only is Fever one of the coolest female protagonists maybe ever, rubbing shoulders with the likes of Lyra Belaqua (His Dark Materials), Tally Youngblood (Uglies) and Liesel Meminger (The Book Thief), but she’s also at home in a startlingly original conception of London. Reeve’s writing style is as precise as a surgeon’s scalpel with all the emotional wallop of a wrecking ball. Gorgeously imagined, and expertly executed, Fever Crumb is a fabulous read for the precocious, the curious and the clever. For ages 12+

Teenager Mara Dyer wakes up in the hospital with absolutely no recollection of why she’s there or what’s happened, but she’s told she’s the only one of four to survive a terrible accident. So when her parents move her to new town, she not only has to do the normal new kid things like find friends and such but she also still needs to figure out what she lived through. And why is she having mysterious nightmares?

Delicately walking the line between paranormal and psychological this satisfyingly bewildering page-turner will keep readers up into the wee hours of the night. Steamy romance with a swoon-worthy male lead (Noah) will appeal to ladies who like a little love with their mystery. Themes of peer pressure, cliques and post-traumatic stress make this novel a must read for teens. For ages 14+

      Happy Book Birthday to CROSSED by Ally Condie, the highly anticipated to Matched! In Crossed readers will get to venture into the outer provinces of the otherwise highly controlled society as Cassia searches desperately for Ky. Meanwhile, as Ky searches for Cassia, our understanding of Xander grows ever deeper, creating a much more volatile love triangle than in the first installment.

            The switching perspective in Crossed gives us an unprecedented look into the mind of Ky, whose past and present are far more complicated than we’d originally known. As Cassia and Ky search for one another, their longing is palpable and their paths are woven through extreme peril. So keep reading. It only gets more awesome.

 

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