Friday, September 10, 2010

Looking Forward To... (19)

There are so many amazing books already on the shelves and new ones coming out.

For a list of books yet to be released I'm looking to get, you can also look on my right Sidebar at the ever growing list titled Desired Reads - just scroll down.  Of course there are tones of other new books to come out that are amazing as well, but these ones are part of series I have already started or for one reason or another caught my eye (and haven't seen much on other blogs yet). But I will highlight one here each week.

(mentioned in order of Release Date then Alphabetical if there are more than one book coming out on the same date.)

The Next Book Is...

Double Cross
By: Carolyn Crane
Due out:  September 28, 2010

This is the second book in the Disillusionist trilogy.  Many of you may know Robyn from The Bookoholic Zone and I did a book chat on the first book in the series, Mind Games.  I loved this read.  I enjoyed the book for the fun, love, and the wonderful twist on the "abilities".  If you would like to read my review of Mind Games, please click here.  If you would like to check out the discussions on the book, we did three sections, so click Stop 1 here, Stop 2 here, and Stop 3 here.  It might refresh your memory just a little to get you ready for the new release.

Good Reads synopsis:

Justine Jones has lived her life as a fearful hypochondriac until she's lured into the web of a mysterious mastermind named Packard. He gifts her with extraordinary mental powers-dooming her to fight Midcity's shadowy war on paranormal crime in order to find the peace she so desperately craves.

But now, serial killers with unheard-of skills are terrorizing the most powerful beings in Midcity, including mastermind Packard - and his oldest friend and worst enemy, Midcity's new mayor, who has the ability to bend matter itself to his will.

As the body count grows, Justine faces a crisis of conscience as she tests the limits of her new powers and faces an impossible choice between two flawed but brilliant men . . . one on a journey of redemption, and the other descending into a pit of moral depravity.

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