Waiting on Wednesday

Waiting on Wednesday is a weekly blog post by Jill over at Breaking the Spine, that spotlights releases we're eagerly awaiting.


When the mysterious fog of the Ruining crept over the world, the living died and the dead rose. Only the walled city of Viyara was left untouched.

The heirs of the city’s most powerful—and warring—families, Mahyanai Romeo and Juliet Catresou share a love deeper than duty, honor, even life itself. But the magic laid on Juliet at birth compels her to punish the enemies of her clan—and Romeo has just killed her cousin Tybalt. Which means he must die.

Paris Catresou has always wanted to serve his family by guarding Juliet. But when his ward tries to escape her fate, magic goes terribly wrong—killing her and leaving Paris bound to Romeo. If he wants to discover the truth of what happened, Paris must delve deep into the city, ally with his worst enemy . . . and perhaps turn against his own clan.

Mahyanai Runajo just wants to protect her city—but she’s the only one who believes it’s in peril. In her desperate hunt for information, she accidentally pulls Juliet from the mouth of death—and finds herself bound to the bitter, angry girl. Runajo quickly discovers Juliet might be the one person who can help her recover the secret to saving Viyara.

Both pairs will find friendship where they least expect it. Both will find that Viyara holds more secrets and dangers than anyone ever expected. And outside the walls, death is waiting. . .


I loooved Rosamund's Cruel Beauty and still need to read Crimson Bound but I suspect this one will be as magically awesome as her first book!

PUBLISHER: Balzer + Bray
GENRE: Fantasy YA
RELEASE DATE: September 27, 2016 


Lucy Acosta's mother died when she was three. Growing up in a Victorian mansion in the middle of the woods with her cold, distant father, she explored the dark hallways of the estate with her cousin, Margaret. They're inseparable—a family.

When her aunt Penelope, the only mother she's ever known, tragically disappears while walking in the woods surrounding their estate, Lucy finds herself devastated and alone. Margaret has been spending a lot of time in the attic. She claims she can hear her dead mother's voice whispering from the walls. Emotionally shut out by her father, Lucy watches helplessly as her cousin's sanity slowly unravels. But when she begins hearing voices herself, Lucy finds herself confronting an ancient and deadly legacy that has marked the women in her family for generations.


I still need to read Amy's first book, but they both sound like awesome horror stories!! EEK! So excited! And this one is actually waiting in my TBR pile/review side as well! LOL!


TITLE: The Women in the Walls
AUTHOR: Amy Lukavics

PUBLISHER: Harlequin Teen
GENRE: Horror YA
RELEASE DATE: September 27, 2016




 

20 comments:

  1. Bright Smoke, Cold Fire is getting a lot of buzz lately. It looks like it will be one of those reads that you finish in one seating. I will be passing on The Women in the Walls- it is in the heck no pile. Hope you love it.

    My WOW

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  2. Oh! I'm excited to read Bright Smoke, Cold Fire too!! It's on my tbr for this month, and I hope I can get to it. :) Great picks!

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  3. The Women in the Walls *shivers* That cover! Bright Smoke Cold Fire is definitely getting so much love recently -- good choice ;) Here's mine: http://editingeverything.com/blog/2016/09/07/waiting-on-wednesday-the-next/

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  4. Oh a new one from Hodge...hmmm...they always sound so cool but I am usually holding steady with her books at about 3 stars so not sure. I have Women in the Wall and can't wait to get to it!

    Stormi
    WoW

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  5. I'm looking forward to both of these and I think the covers are awesome. Nice picks this week and hope you love them!

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  6. I just read Bright Smoke, Cold Fire. And bruh, Daughters Unto Devils is terrifyingly amazing

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  7. I haven't read anything by Rosamund Hodge before. The Women in the Walls sounds creepy! I hope you enjoy reading both of your picks.
    Thanks for stopping by My WoW earlier.

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  8. I'm super curious about Bright Smoke, Cold Fire, and I haven't even read any books by that author before! Your second pick, The Women in the Walls sounds suuuper creepy. It would probably make a great Halloween read! Awesome picks ^_^

    Brittany @ Brittany's Book Rambles

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  9. The Women in the Walls sounds fantastic! Great pick

    Thanks for stopping by my WoW!

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  10. Bright Smoke, Cold Fire is one I'm waiting for as well. I've never heard of your second choice, but it sounds really good too. My WoW.

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  11. The Women in the Walls looks good. I'm looking forward to it!

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  12. The Women in the Walls looks like my kind of book. I am looking forward to your review for that one. Great picks!

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  13. I'm reading the new Hodge book this week! I'm excited. I hope you enjoy these books when you get a chance to read them, Jessica!

    Thanks for visiting my blog! Have a fabulous week. =)

    Alyssa @ The Eater of Books!

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  14. Dying to read Woman in the Walls! Hopefully we both get the chance to read it soon.
    Thanks for visiting my blog.
    Aneta @ Angelic Book Reviews 

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  15. Ah, I still need to read Rosamund Hodge! And The Women In the Walls looks awesome, its release will be perfecting timing too, heading into October and Halloween!

    ~Mogsy @ BiblioSanctum

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  16. I'm loving your picks!!! I'm going to add both books to my TBR list. Thanks for stopping by my blog btw. :)

    Jackie @Jackie's Book World

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  17. Oh yes! Bright Smoke, Cold Fire sounds so good! I think I am missing out, since I haven't read Rosamund Hodge...

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  18. I really want to read this one too! Her covers are always so MAGICAL!

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