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Every Book Hitting Shelves in February 2018

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February may be the shortest month, but it doesn’t mean you can’t have the biggest stack of books! Start building your TBR, because here’s what’s coming your way this February!

 

2/6: Immortal Reign by Morgan Rhodes: The finale of the epic Falling Kingdoms series by Morgan Rhodes is finally here. Magnus and Cleo‘s love will be put to the ultimate test–is it strong enough to withstand the outside forces tearing them apart?

2/6: Down and Across by Arvin Ahmadi: This debut novel is about a teenage boy who can’t quite figure out what he wants to do with his life and who runs away from home while his parents are on a summer trip to Iran. He also may or may not encounter (and complete) a few crossword puzzles along the way!

2/6: All We Can Do is Wait by Richard Lawson: In the hours after a bridge collapse rocks their city, a group of teenagers meet in the waiting room of a hospital in a story that will make your heart stop and time stand still.

2/6: Nemesis by Brendan Reichs: An instant New York Times bestseller, Nemesis is a riveting thriller about a girl who is murdered every two years on her birthday and the conspiracy she’s about to uncover. Look out for the sequel, Genesis, this March! Now in paperback!

2/13: Still Here by Rowan Blanchard: Featuring art and writing from her favorite photographers, poets, and friends alongside her own journal entries and snapshots, this is the beloved personal scrapbook of rising star and humanitarian Rowan Blanchard!

2/13: Between the Lines by Nikki Grimes: A thought-provoking companion to the Coretta Scott King Award-winning Bronx Masquerade that shows the capacity poetry has to express ideas and feelings and connect us with ourselves and others.

2/20: Blood of a Thousand Stars by Rhoda Belleza: War tears the galaxy apart, power tests the limits of family, and violence gives way to freedom in the sequel to Empress of a Thousand Skies!

2/20: Heart of Ash by Kim Liggett: The followup to Kim Liggett’s Blood and Salt, which SLJ calls a “sweeping, scary, and entertaining paranormal read.”

2/27: People Like Us by Dana Mele: A sharp psychological thriller for fans of One of Us is Lying and Pretty Little Liars that will seduce, mislead, and betray you. You won’t be able to stop talking about this debut.

2/27: Hope Nation by Rose Brock: A powerhouse collection of essays and personal stories that speak directly to teens and all YA readers. Featuring Angie Thomas, Marie Lu, James Dashner, Nicola Yoon, David Levithan, Libba Bray, Jason Reynolds, Renée Ahdieh, and many more!

2/27: A Good Idea by Cristina Moracho: A taut, dark thriller from the author of Althea & Oliver about two friends, and what happens when one goes missing. Now in paperback!

 

 

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