"In this skillfully orchestrated tale set nearly 2,000 years in the future, Clarke (The Mad Scientist’s Daughter) foregrounds a family drama of Shakespearean scope against the backdrop of an interplanetary “corpocracy” . . . The well-developed characters enhance this novel of grand ideas, bringing relatable human motives and vulnerabilities to a world in which industry, government, warfare, and space travel are inextricably intertwined."
Happy to announce Farrar, Straus and Giroux's MCD imprint has acquired Katrina Carrasco's debut, CIPHER, in a two-book deal!
Happy pub day to Scott Reardon's THE PROMETHEUS MAN, out now from Mulholland Books!
Happy to announce Holiday House will publish Jon McGoran's new near-future thriller for young adults, with Blackstone producing the audio edition!
In Jon McGoran's SPLICED a girl risks her life to save her troubled best friend when he runs away from home to join the chimeras, social outcasts with animal genes illegally spliced into their own.
Happy to announce that HarperTeen will publish New York Times bestseller Joelle Charbonneau's DIVIDING EDEN, a sweeping fantasy duology following a pair of royal siblings who are forced to compete for the crown in a ruthless set of physical and psychological tasks that pit each against the other and test their greatest weakness!
Cover reveal and pre-order links for Cassandra Rose Clarke's STAR'S END!
Esme Coromina lived the best years of her life at Star’s End, the estate her father built on the terraformed moon where he grew his empire. In the tropical sunlight and lush gardens, Esme helped raise her three motherless half-sisters. But as Esme is groomed to take over the family business of manufacturing weapons for the mercenary groups spread across the galaxy, she slowly uncovers the sinister truth ...at the heart of her father’s company. And when those secrets are finally revealed, Esme thinks she has lost her sisters for good.
Now, after a lifetime of following her father’s orders, Esme has a second chance—and she must decide if she should agree to her father’s dying wish of assembling her sisters for one last goodbye, or if she should face her role in her family’s tragic undoing.
"The Breaking Bad–like descent of a once-innocent, rule-following teen . . . Matthews’s cheeky, third-person, prose-poem style fuels the surreal feel of this larger-than-life story." -- Publishers Weekly on Owen Matthews's THE FIXES, out now from HarperTeen!
"Teens will not put this one down. Reminiscent of John Green’s Paper Towns, this title has a much darker twist." -- School Library Journal on Owen Matthews's THE FIXES!
From the author of How to Win at High School comes a wicked, irreverent story of rich kids gone amok that will leave readers at the edge of their seats.
Owen Matthews's THE FIXES, out now from HarperTeen!
Happy pub day to Chuck Wendig and INVASIVE!