Here’s an update on YA releases for the week of April 11, 2016.
Magnetic Shift by Lucy D. Briand
Published April 12, 2016 by Spencer Hill Press
Seventeen-year-old Lexi Adams’ secret ability to magnetize and manipulate metal makes her a crack mechanic. But it’s a disaster in the making when her stepfather sells her skills to NASCA team owner Dean Grant—boss of cute NASCAR rookie Colton Tayler. You can check out my ARC review of Magnetic Shift here.
A Fierce and Subtle Poison by Samantha Mabry
Published April 12, 2016 by Algonquin Young Readers
A highly anticipated release, A Fierce and Subtle Poison takes place during the Puerto Rican summer. Seventeen-year-old Lucas grew up hearing stories about Isabel, the cursed girl—green skinned and filled with poison. And suddenly letters from Isabel start appearing under his door, the same day his new girlfriend disappears. Lucas must turn to Isabel for answers and help, even though she might be the one to destroy him. You can check out my ARC review of A Fierce and Subtle Poison here.
Dreamology by Lucy Keating
Published April 12, 2016 by Harper Teen
Max is the boy of Alice’s dreams. They’ve traveled the world and fallen in love—quite literally in her dreams. He’s not real. That is until one day when Alice walks into class and well there he is. Except Real Max is nothing like Alice’s Dream Max. This book begs the question, when you fall in love in your dreams can reality ever be enough?
Let me know what you think of this week’s releases in the comments!