Wednesday, March 24, 2010

Book Gorge (18)

Book Gorge is a list of "to-be released" books that I want to read. This is a great opportunity to grab a pen and jot down these books! Till next week, wish big and happy reading...(Book Gorge is in original creation by BLT


I haven't done a Book Gorge in awhile–thought I'd do a little more digging for my readers this week :) Let's see what I found:

Vulture's Wake by Kristy Murray

Even though he is half dead, Callum is lucky. It is Bo's roboraptor who finds him--not the rogue Outstationers from whom the boy has escaped. But even as Bo nurses Callum back to health, the Outstationers are homing in. The two barely escape capture when Callum discovers something incredible: Bo is a girl, maybe the last girl in a world in which females are thought to be extinct. And now, by helping Callum, she has put her own life at risk. With the Outstationers in hot pursuit, the two set off across a dangerous continent in hopes of finding haven in the city of Vulture's Gate. But nothing can prepare them for what they encounter at the end of their journey.

In this page-turning futuristic novel, a young woman finds out what it means to be living in a world destroyed by war, and a young man discovers that his only chance of survival is to question everything his parents taught him.
April 1, 2010

Joe Speedboat by Tommy Wieringa

A sparkling coming-of-age novel that has sold over 300,000 copies in Holland, in which the inhabitants of a sleepy rural town are awakened by the arrival of a kinetic young visionary, Joe Speedboat. 
After a farming accident plunges him into a coma for six months, Frankie Hermans wakes up to discover that he’s paralyzed and mute. Bound to a wheelchair, Frankie struggles to adjust to a life where he must rely on others to complete even the simplest tasks. The only body part he can control is his right arm, which he uses obsessively to record the details of daily life in his town.
But when he meets Joe—a boy who blazed into town like a meteor while Frankie slept—everything changes. Joe is a centrifugal force, both magician and daredevil, and he alone sees potential strength in Frankie’s handicaps. With Joe’s help, Frankie’s arm will be used for more that just writing: as a champion arm-wrestler, Frankie will be powerful enough to win back his friends, and maybe even woo P. J., the girl who has them all in a tailspin.
Releases April 8, 2010

The Keeper's Tattoo by Gill Ar

Ten years ago, Alaric, leader of the Shadowmen, killed most of the Keepers--teachers of ancient knowledge that threatened his barbaric rule. Young Kit was captured, but his twin sister, Nyssa, escaped. Only later will she learn that both she and her lost brother bear the secret words of their people: three lines each of strange, unintelligible writing tattooed on their scalps. Now the Shadowmen are on the attack again, determined to quell a growing rebellion. Nyssa must find her brother, and together they must unlock the meaning--the power--behind the mysterious words.
Releases May 1, 2010

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4 comments:

Lost in a Book said...

Joe Speedboat sounds really good and different!

Lady Scribbles said...

Hey I just wanted to let you know that I tagged you on my blog for something I think would be fun for you readers. Here's the link if you decide to do it: http://scribblereviews.blogspot.com/2010/03/tagged.html

The Book Owl said...

The last two sound especially interesting! Thanks for doing another Book Gorge. I love posts like these.

Juju at Tales of Whimsy.com said...

Nice picks!

Beautiful page :)

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