THE BOOK BUZZ #1 [Sept 16, 2015]

Hi, all! We thought today we’d do a little BOOK BUZZ post. What’s the book buzz, you ask? It’s a sort of meme we created where we feature what’s happening in the bookish world. Let’s get started on what’s happened this week, particularly in YA!

First, some amazing books dropped this week, like DUMPLIN’ by Julie Murphy (yay for diverse, body-positive fiction!), TONIGHT THE STREETS ARE OURS by Leila Sales, ASH AND BRAMBLE by Sarah Prineas, MIRRORED by Alex Flinn, and THE WEIGHT OF FEATHERS by Anna-Marie McLemore!

Also, there was some surprising news for all you Throne of Glass fans (including us!) out there. The series has been optioned for TV!

*commence fangirl dancing* What do you think about this? Personally we think it could be either a hit or miss. Let’s hope it’s not the latter!

Also, the ALLEGIANT teaser trailer was released on Sept 15th. Wow. Who’s seen it? What are your thoughts? (Neither of us has read Allegiant, so please, no spoilers–even though we’ve basically already been spoiled for this book …)

It was also announced that Allegiant will be split up into two movies with separate names:

Perhaps even more exciting, the 5th Wave trailer (not the leaked version!) was OFFICIALLY released on Monday. Still need to watch that…

5th wave movie poster

And finally, it was announced on The Hollywood Reporter that the RED QUEEN series will be 4 books long! (As opposed to the original trilogy.)

What other book-buzz-worthy things have happened this week? Leave them in the comments below, and don’t forget that our **GIVEAWAY** is still running until the 22nd of September!

Until next time,


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