Wednesday, November 20, 2013

Waiting on Wednesday


"Waiting On" Wednesday is a weekly event, hosted here, that spotlights upcoming releases that we're eagerly anticipating.

A great friend of mine is having her debut young adult novel coming out on Friday by Evernight Teen, so, although I've already read it, I will be purchasing a copy bright and early Friday morning! Can't wait! You can see her webpage here and the you'll be able to purchase the book through the Evernight Teen website.

This is the blurb from my friend's website:


From the moment the black vans appear to take the sick away, Maya knows there is something wrong. A high school sophomore, she seems to be the only one to question the sudden disappearances at school and the masks everyone is forced to wear to keep from catching the new disease spreading through the entire United States. Even when word of the new “healing centers” reaches the public, no one dares to ask what is happening.

But when Maya catches the disease, the one they call The Tearings, and is taken to one of these centers along with her mother, the truth becomes all too clear. She is separated from her family and forced to work, becoming one of the more fortunate ones who is not sent to the testing wings. Bullied by the guards to the point of death, she meets David Summers, the enigmatic young Captain who appears to loathe his position of power in the camp and who seems as drawn to Maya as she is to him.

When Maya suddenly becomes the disease’s only survivor, she must put her trust on David to find a way to escape the camp and get the truth, and the cure coursing through her veins, out to the world.  








 
 

7 comments:

magan bagan said...

Sounds interesting! Hope you enjoy it.

Daisel Tamayo said...

Sounds great, thanks for sharing.

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Little Miss Becky said...

You have such a pretty blog! Thanks for stopping by mine today. The Tearings looks really interesting!

Sarah (TotalTeenFiction) said...

I love sci-fi and this book sounds right up my street. Thanks for sharing!

Rebecca said...

This is the first time I'v seen this one. Looks like it could be really good! Thanks for stopping by my WOW:)

Stasia said...

Looks cool. Might be fun to read alongside a historical fiction like IN THE SHADOW OF BLACKBIRDS. Love your blog background design, btw :)

Lexi said...

Sounds interesting! Thanks for sharing!

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