The Wandering, as you may already have seen, is out! You can get the ebook right now, and the paperbacks will be shipped on their release day - October 21st! This is the second in the Lux Guardians series, which follows a group of teenagers as they try to figure out the end of their worlds, how to fix them, and how to love in the time of apocalypses.
If you want to read book one, The Forgotten, you can find links here.
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Once in a hidden queendom…
There is an ocean: In the infinite distance, between one hidden world and the next, is an unmeasurable expanse of twenty seas. One sprawling edge of the world to another is filled with waters as beautiful as they are deadly, as miraculous as they are fraught. Treasure and treachery litter their ocean beds, sleeping side by side with adventurers whose travels ended abruptly, lives caught and held under a wave until all breaths fled.
There is a land: Tucked into a corner where four oceans fold together, land rises up illustrious in a jagged slash of mountains and forests, with secrets and wonders as plentiful as any water.
There are chronicles: Not of the twenty savage seas but of the fissure of land and the people who sigh life into it.
In an original epic fantasy world, Love In The Gilded Age reimagines the heroes and heroines of Grimm fairy tales as ethnically diverse, LGBT, disabled, and gender flipped
Due for release October 28th 2014. Digital only.
There has been a lot of controversy this week surrounding that now-infamous Slate article saying that adults should be embarrassed to read YA. Here at LEE & LOW, we couldn’t disagree more. We don’t think your enjoyment of a book should be limited by your age (or anything at all, really). YA novels are great. They can be entertaining, literary, thought-provoking, funny, sad, or all of the above at the same time.
There have been several excellent lists of YA recommendations floating around this week, so we thought we’d add our own. Here is a list (a diverse list, of course!) of YA novels that made us think, featuring some great books from LEE & LOW and some of our favorites from other publishers [Read more here.]
"…I wanted to scream, it’s not like we’re dancing on stage to promote kids eating a cupcake a day! We are dancing on stage because we EXIST. We are dancing agains the notion that there is only one kind of girl who takes center stage."
You can find Mariko Tamaki’s This One Summer at the library now!
We Need Diverse Books and We Also Need People to Read Them”. A blog post by Newbery Honor author Grace Lin. (via diversityinya)
[so well said. i’ve experienced similar from readers and their surprised reaction for enjoying my books, because they aren’t “into” asian culture or anime, etc. — cindy]
Due to an early release, you can now buy The Beast of Callaire in both digital and paperback formats from the following retailers:Yasmin is a descendant of the Manticore. A creature of Persian mythology. A Legendary.But she doesn’t want to be. Unlike the Legendaries in The Red, Yasmin wants nothing more than an ordinary life. She tries to fool herself into believing that she doesn’t change into a beast every full moon and savagely kill innocent people.But when Yasmin starts hearing a voice in her head and is drawn into dreams that aren’t her own, she is led to Fray—a girl who once saved Yasmin from hunters, who has shadowy memories that hint at her having Legendary magic—and Yasmin is catapulted into a life of Majick and malevolence.Despite the danger around her and Fray, Yasmin might finally have a chance at being a normal girl with a normal girlfriend. But with Legendaries being killed, a war between the Gods brewing, and the beast inside Yasmin becoming stronger each moon, her mundane life is little more than a dream.