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New Releases in February 2012

Here are all (I say all, I mean, as many as I can find... ;P ) the awesome new YA releases coming out this month! If I've missed any, let me know in the comments!

The Boy on Cinnamon Street  The Other Life  Pure (Pure, #1)

The Boy on Cinnamon Street by Phoebe Stone (1st February 2012, Arthur A. Levine)
The Other Life by Susane Winnacker (1st February 2012, Usborne)
Pure by Julianna Baggot (2nd February 2012, Headline)

Daylight Saving  Someone Else's Life  Hollow Pike

Daylight Saving by Edward Hogan (2nd February 2012, Walker Books)
Someone Else's Life by Katie Dale (2nd February 2012, Simon and Schuster Children's Books)
Hollow Pike by James Dawson (2nd February 2012, Indigo)

Advent  To Be A Cat  This is Not Forgiveness

Advent by James Treadwell (2nd February 2012, Hodder and Stoughton)
To Be A Cat by Matt Haig (2nd February 2012, Bodley Head)
This Is Not Forgiveness by Celia Rees (2nd February 2012, Bloomsbury)

The Brides of Rollrock Island  Everneath (Everneath, #1)  After the Snow

The Brides of Rollrock Island by Margo Lanagan (2nd February 2012, David Fickling Books)
Everneath by Brodi Ashton (2nd February 2012, Simon Pulse)
After the Snow by S. D. Crockett (2nd February 2012, Macmillan)

Kiss, Date, Love, Hate  Fallen in Love (Fallen, #3.5)  Legend (Legend, #1)

Kiss Date Love Hate by Luisa Plaja (2nd February 2012, Corgi Children's)
Fallen In Love by Lauren Kate (2nd February 2012, Doubleday)
Legend by Marie Lu (2nd February 2012, Puffin)

The Catastrophic History of You and Me  The Wood Queen (The Iron Witch, #2)  Divergent (Divergent, #1)

The Catastrophic History of You and Me by Jess Rothenburg (2nd February 2012, Puffin)
The Wood Queen by Karen Mahoney (2nd February 2012, Random House Children's Books)
Divergent by Veronica Roth (2nd February 2012, HarperCollins)

A Beautiful Evil (Gods & Monsters, #2)  Dead to You  Born Wicked (The Cahill Witch Chronicles, #1)

A Beautiful Evil by Kelly Keaton (2nd February 2012, Simon Pulse)
Dead To You by Lisa McMann (7th February 2012, Simon Pulse)
Born Wicked by Jessica Spotswood (7th February 2012, Putnam Juvenile)

Under the Never Sky (Under the Never Sky, #1)  The Butterfly Clues  Scarlet

Under the Never Sky by Veronica Rossi (7th February 2012, ATOM)
The Butterfly Clues by Kate Ellison (14th February 2012, EgmontUSA)
Scarlet by AC Gaughen (14th February 2012, Bloomsbury)

The Nightmare Garden (Iron Codex, #2)  The Disenchantments  Bloodrose (Nightshade #3)

The Nightmare Garden by Caitlin Kittredge (14th February 2012, Delacorte BFYR)
The Disenchantments by Nina LaCour (16th February 2012, Dutton)
Bloodrose by Andrea Cremer (21st February 2012, ATOM)

Fever (The Chemical Garden, #2)  Double  Partials (Partials, #1)

Fever by Lauren Destefano (21st February 2012, Harper Voyager)
Double by Jenny Valentine (21st February 2012, Disney-Hyperion)
Partials by Dan Wells (28th February 2012, HarperCollins)

When the Sea is Rising Red  Undeadly (The Reaper Diaries, #1)  Shooting Stars

When the Sea is Rising Red by Cat Hellison (28th February 2012, Farrah, Strous and Giroux)
Undeadly by Michele Vail (28th February 2012, HarlequinTEEN)
Shooting Stars by Allison Rushby (28th February 2012, Walker Books)

Bzrk  A Touch Morbid (A Touch Trilogy, #2)

BZRK by Michael Grant (28th February 2012, Egmont)
A Touch Morbid by Leah Clifford (28th February 2012, Greenwillow) 

Comments

  1. I can't believe *how* many amazing books are being released this month--especially on the 2nd!! Also, Born Wicked is released by Puffin in paperback in March, which I think is the actual UK release. Very excited for Legend and I hadn't heard of The Butterfly Clues before but I'm going to check it out now

    The Cait Files

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  2. ohhh many interesting books!

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  3. I didn't realize SO many great books were coming out this month! I cannot wait for Fever, The Disenchantments and Born Wicked! Thanks for the great post, I have a feeling I'm going to be completely broke at the end of February with all these great releases :)

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  4. I'm super excited for a lot of these books and I've already read a few! Thanks for sharing!!!


    Magical Urban Fantasy Reads
    bookluvrmindy

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  5. Oh there is so so many awesome books!!! =)

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  6. I really really want The Boy on Cinnamon Street! Looks so awesome! :)

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  7. Nice! 2012 is an awesome bookyear :D

    thedailyprophecy.blogspot.com

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  8. boy on cinnamon street is the best book ever and I'm only 10

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