There are a ton of great books releasing in January! We thought we’d give our readers a chance to win some of the titles that are creating a lot of buzz. There’s a nice mix of ARCs and pretty finished copies in this bundle for the lucky winner.
Return to Me by Justina Chen - And there it was again, the troubling notion that I barely knew the people I loved. That’s the quote from the back of this book by the much-praised author of North of Beautiful, and it’s another contemporary novel that unravels complicated family ties.
Falling for You by Lisa Schroeder - Abusive relationships are always tough to read, but judging from my friend Penny’s reaction, this one has some uplifting moments as well. I just started reading this, and I think fans of the author’s previous novels (and maybe Simone Elkeles) will enjoy.
The Different Girl by Gordon Dahlquist - Four girls shipwrecked on an island have to deal when another girl is suddenly introduced into their midst. This book apparently is a mix of dystopian/contemporary and the premise lends itself to all kinds of interesting scenarios. (Ooops, this is a February release! Oh, well.)
Level 2 by Lenore Appelhans- The raves are pouring in for Lenore’s debut! I had more mixed reactions to some of the story elements, but this book is certainly a very fun, fast-paced read. Definitely worth checking out if you’re a sci-fi fan, and I’m looking forward to seeing how the story develops in Level 3. Including what has happened to one of the mysteriously disappearing main characters…
Teeth by Hannah Moskowitz - Remote islands. Screaming oceans. Magical gay fish. Could this story sound any more intriguing? I love the title and cover art for this book, and I think it’s about time we had a gay mermaid/merboy. This will be the first book by this author that I’ve read, and it’ll be fun to see if the author’s funny, quirky online personality translates to her books.
Win this January 2013 Prize Pack!
All these books retail for a total of $88, but you can win the whole lot just by entering your info in the Rafflecopter form and leaving a comment below. Open to readers aged 18 and older (or 13 and older with parental permission), one entry per household. Complete contest rules are in the entry form, please make sure you read them carefully.
This contest is open to U.S. and Canadian residents only this time around, but never fear–we have international ones planned in the coming weeks, too. Good luck!
Our sincere thanks to our friends at Little Brown, Simon & Schuster, and Penguin Teen for supplying the prizes for this contest.