Back Listed Spotlight: Valiant (Modern Faerie Tales #2)

I love reading Holly Black’s books because every time I start a new one I know I’m going to read something I’ve never seen before. I really wasn’t expecting to enjoy Valiant as much as I did. I loved it! Maybe even more than Tithe. Keep reading for the full synopsis 🙂

Valiant

(Modern Faerie Tales #2)

by Holly Black

When seventeen-year-old Valerie runs away to New York City, she’s trying to escape a life that has utterly betrayed her. Sporting a new identity, she takes up with a gang of squatters who live in the city’s labyrinthine subway system.

But there’s something eerily beguiling about Val’s new friends. And when one talks Val into tracking down the lair of a mysterious creature with whom they are all involved, Val finds herself torn between her newfound affection for an honorable monster and her fear of what her new friends are becoming.

We Free The Stars Release Date Pushed to 2021

Crying into my wine right now! That’s right, the Twitter rumblings are true. Book #2 in the Sands of Arawiya series has been pushed from it’s highly anticipated release date of July 7th, 2020, to January 19th, 2021.

Hafsah Faizal took to Twitter earlier today, and said this:

Katherine Rothschild: Wider Than The Sky Cover Reveal

This cover looks beautiful! Wider Than The Sky hits shelves this year (2020) September 8th . Keep reading for a full synopsis of Katherine Rothschild’s debut novel.

Wider Than the Sky


by Katherine Field Rothschild 

In the wake of sudden tragedy, a pair of twin sisters uncovers a secret that rips open their world. Katherine Rothchild explores the pain and power of forgiveness in a stunning debut novel that will shatter your heart and piece it back together, one truth at a time.

Sixteen-year-old Sabine Braxton and her identical twin, Blythe, don’t have much in common. When their father dies from an unexpected illness, each copes with the loss in her own way—Sabine by “poeting” (an uncontrollable quirk of bursting into poetry at inappropriate moments) and Blythe by obsessing over getting into MIT, their father’s alma mater. Neither can offer each other much support . . . at least not until their emotionally detached mother moves them into a ramshackle Bay Area mansion owned by a creepy stranger named Charlie.

Soon the sisters are united in a mission to figure out who Charlie is and why he seems to know everything about them. Neither is prepared for the bombshell they uncover. Confronted with a past both parents kept hidden, the sisters must fight for a path forward and decide—on their own terms—if they can embrace the legacy their father truly wanted.