Fall Reads

Fall Reads
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  1. Thrill-Seeker
    New York Times best-selling author Kelley Armstrong concludes her adult Cainsville trilogy with Deceptions. It picks up right after the revelations in book two and continues with the explosive plot. The pages are filled with serial killers, haunting visions and stalkers all of which make Olivia’s life a living hell.
  2. Young Adult Fan
    Author Pittacus Lore has released his penultimate book in the Lorien Legacies series – The Fate of Ten. The popular I am Number Four author (the book that spawned a Hollywood movie adaptation) has one more book planned for the series, but it’s yet untitled. In the meantime, the second-to-last book continues the action-packed science fiction story.
  3. Mystery-Solver
    Despite Stieg Larsson’s passing 2004, his best-selling Millennium Series has been continued by Swedish journalist and author David Lagercrantz. The Lisbeth Salander story continues in The Girl in the Spider’s Web. Lagercrantz has already gone public and said that he plans two additional books to round out the series.
  4. Twi-Hards
    The ten-year anniversary of Stephenie Meyer’s vampire saga Twilight sees the first book re-released with some bonus content. This special edition features two stories in one: the original book and a retelling where the characters are gender-swapped. It’s no longer Bella and Edward, but Edythe and Beau – a human boy in love with a female vampire.
  5. Classics-Lover
    They say that controversy kills, and author Harper Lee is proof of this. Since the release of her 1960 book To Kill a Mockingbird she hasn’t published another novel – until now. Go Set a Watchmen is the 89-year-old’s second novel. Originally believed to be an early draft of Mockingbird, Watchmen has been released as the controversial book’s sequel.
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