Welcome to Hot Off the Presses!
Every Tuesday, I tell you about all the great new YA books you can grab in the week to come. If you're a reviewer, you can also link your blog or Goodreads reviews of any YA book publishing in August so we can all check them out!
Hot Off the Presses aims to include every traditionally published YA -- if I missed something, please let me know in comments. You are also welcome to link your reviews of YA books that were self-pubbed in August!
The winner of my August giveaway can pick any book up to $15 on either Amazon (for US winner) or The Book Depository (for international winner.) Enter by linking reviews, commenting on linked reviews, or tweeting :) August winner will be drawn Monday, September 3 -- so get your reviews linked this week!Okay, I don't know who decided that this was the week with ALL THE BOOKS, but I will let the covers speak for themselves…
Just Like Fate by Cat Patrick and Suzanne Young (Simon & Schuster)
Crown of Midnight by Sarah J. Maas (Bloomsbury)
Fire and Ash (Benny Imura #4) by Johnathan Maberry
Also Releasing This Week:
Origin (Lux #4) by Jennifer Armentrout (Entangled Teen)
Rein it In (The A Circuit #4) by Georgina Bloomberg with Catherine Hapka (Bloomsbury)
Unfed (undead #2) by Kirsty McKay (Chicken House)
Fire in the Streets (Rock and the River #2) by Kekla Magoon (Aladdin)
A Wounded Name by Dot Hutchison (Carolrhoda Lab)
Overpowered by Mark H. Kruger (Simon & Schuster)
What Have Bloggers Linking to Hot Off the Presses said about this week's books?Dee of Diamond Loves to Read said of Just Like Fate: "I adore Chris. He's one of my favorite literary boys I've read in awhile."
Heather @ Flyleaf Review said of The Beginning of Everything: "the BEST first kiss scene I have ever read."
Richa @ Ecstatic for Books said of the Infinite Moment of Us: "I think high schoolers can really connect with this book, like I did."
Nara @ Looking for the Panacea said of Crown of Midnight: "The Ending = Mind. Blown. COMPLETELY BLOWN."
Christina @ Christina Reads YA said of Crown of Midnight: "Does exactly what a sequel should do: advances the plot while developing the characters, world, and themes and maintaining high stakes. If you are a fan of Throne of Glass, you simply cannot miss out on Celaena's latest adventure. Highly recommended."
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