Is it out yet?
has been loosely inspired on Breaking the Spine’s
Waiting on Wednesday, but we decided not to have a specific day for it, and we modified a few details from the original. On Is it out yet?
we’ll talk a little bit about a book we’re anxious to be released and why.
Attention! This is the third book of the Mara Dyer trilogy,
so if you haven’t read The Unbecoming of Mara Dyer and The Evolution of Mara Dyer yet and don’t want to know spoilers, don’t read this post!
Check out quotes of my reviews for this trilogy:
“I have to confess The Unbecoming of Mara Dyer left me speechless. After reading so many books in the past few years, it’s difficult not to guess what is going to happen through a story, but Michenlle Hodkin’s debut novel is so awesome that you have no idea how it’s going to end. You try to guess, but it’s like you’re as clueless as Mara during the whole time. And the ending is really good, it leaves you leaning for more.” — The Unbecoming of Mara Dyer
“If The Unbecoming left me speechless, The Evolution doubled that. I simply could not see any of the turns that came, page after page, and I have no word better than brilliant to define them!” — The Evolution of Mara Dyer
You can tell how excited I am about this book simply by the fact that I’m doing an Is it out yet? and we don’t even have a summary for it yet!
Coming up next…
has been loosely inspired on Should Be Reading’s
Teaser Tuesdays, but we decided not to have a specific day for it, and we modified a few details from the original. On Coming up next…
we’ll talk a little bit about a book we’re reading or we have already finished reading, but its review has not been published yet.
How it’s going to work: We’ll post an excerpt of the book,
without spoilers, and we’ll make a little note about our reading,
with an expected publication date for the review, if any.
Our book for today’s Coming up next… is Sarah Ockler’s The Book of Broken Hearts. The book will break your heart, exactly in the same way it has been breaking ours while reading. A tale as much about love as about family, that will let you tired from crying and seeing beauty in pain, but in the end will be completely worth it.
There’s an excerpt below:
“And in that moment, I felt alive. Whole. Protected from the ravages of time and completely immune to its passing.
Nothing about this could ever end in tears.“
Our review of The Book of Broken Hearts should be up until the end of the month.