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Supernatural detective series LOCKWOOD & CO. is headed to TV! Jonathan Stroud’s Lockwood & Co., a Young Adult series that blends together the supernatural and sleuthing, is being developed as a television show. The series takes place in an alternate London in which ghosts and ghouls have overrun the city. They can only be seen by a small portion of the human population, and those lucky people with the sight are tasked with fighting them off. The story follows Lucy Carlyle, a teen who comes to London hoping to nab a place in a distinguished Detection Agency, only to find…

Check out the new Kindle animated version of the illustrated HARRY POTTER AND THE PHILOSOPHER’S STONE! There are many different versions of J.K. Rowling’s Harry Potter books, with different covers depending on country, edition or even store. But the most captivating versions of the series are definitely the new illustrated editions that have started to be published. Both Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone and Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets have illustrated editions out, with an illustrated edition of The Prisoner of Azkaban coming out later this year. All the artwork in the books is done by Jim Kay, and really bring the series to life in…

We’ve teamed up with Disney Hyperion for a spellbinding new giveaway bound to excite Alexandra Bracken fans! Thanks to the publisher, we snagged a complimentary copy of The Dreadful Tale of Prosper Redding (review coming soon!) and more importantly, they provided an amazing prize pack for one lucky fan! The Dreadful Tale of Prosper Redding follows the title character as a demon named Alastor comes to seek revenge on the Redding family, starting with Prosper himself. The boy may think he’s breaking the curse and avoiding eternal servitude without much issue, but hosting demons is a tricky game. The book…

The cover for THUNDERHEAD, the sequel to Neal Shusterman’s SCYTHE, has finally been revealed, with an excerpt.  Thunderhead is the title for book two of the Arc of a Scythe series by Neal Shusterman, and it will be just over a year before it hits stores in 2018. However, the cover for the sequel was revealed earlier, and along with it, an excerpt! First, check out the cover, and then read the excerpt below. The first book in the series is currently in development at Universal Pictures Lullaby Peach velvet with embroidered baby-blue trim. Honorable Scythe Brahms loved his robe. True,…

Emma Young brings issues of self and identity to the forefront in clever new ways in SHE, MYSELF, AND I! Rosa’s body is giving out. Sylvia is brain-dead. Doctors believe Rosa can have a shot…if her brain is transplanted into Sylvia’s body. It’s a risky and almost unheard of procedure, but if it works, Rosa has a chance at any life she wants.      Literally waking up in someone else’s body, Rosa is (naturally) out of sorts. She still has her concerned parents, and her brother, Elliot, who is there to crack “rude” jokes to coax a laugh out…

Take an early peek at THREE DARK CROWNS sequel ONE DARK THRONE! We’re only two days away from the release of Kendare Blake’s One Dark Throne, the thrilling sequel to Three Dark Crowns! The series takes sibling rivalry to a whole new level as three princesses with intense special abilities fight for control of their kingdom. One Dark Throne will see one of the sisters take the crown, but will it be Katharine the poisoner, Arsinoe the naturalist, or Mirabella the elemental, and who will they have to betray gain their power? Anticipation is super high for this novel, so…

RED QUEEN Book 4 title hints at chaos to come! The final book in Victoria Aveyard’s bestselling Red Queen series officially has a title! Epic Reads headed to Facebook live for the reveal, in which letters of the title popped on the screen based on the number of fan comments and shares. After nearly 30 minutes, the title was revealed as War Storm. The reveal was topped off with a video of Victoria Aveyard talking about why she chose the title, the meaning behind it, and what she would have called the final book if not for Game of Thrones.…

Alastor haunts Prosper Redding in the book trailer for Alexandra Bracken’s latest! Disney Hyperion just released the book trailer for Alexandra Bracken’s new middle grade adventure The Dreadful Tale of Prosper Redding! The trailer is narrated from the point-of-view of Alastor, the four-thousand-year-old demon who seeks to destroy the Redding family after they betrayed him long ago, and starts by trying to take over the life of young Prosper Redding. As Alastor shares the details from his side of the story, he ghostly image follows Prosper as he walks down a hall full of paintings and mirrors. The Dreadful Tale…

Wild Bird by Wendelin Van Draanen, author of Flipped and The Running Dream, tells the story about a young girl who is practically dragged from her bed in the middle of the night and sent to a camp for troubled teens. But it’s no youth camp with volleyball nets and swimming pools and cabins with bunk beds in it. In fact, there are no cabins. There are no volleyball nets, and there certainly aren’t any swimming pools. Wren is angry and she’s nowhere near home. But whether she likes it or not, this camping trip may be the last chance…

There’s been a shake-up in Cassandra Clare’s writing schedule, but we think fans are going to be pretty happy about it! After finishing Lord of Shadows, many fans of the Shadowhunters universe were bummed when they discovered that Queen of Air and Darkness, the final book in The Dark Artifices trilogy, wouldn’t be coming out until sometime in late 2019. But now, Clare is delaying the start of her new series, The Last Hours, to wrap up The Dark Artifices a little earlier! The change comes for some sad reasons: Clare recently lost her step-father, suffered through pneumonia, and had…

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