New Series Alert…

It seems that this week’s post will be all young adult, since the adult side of things is pretty quiet.  The first new series is from Elizabeth Richards, and it is called The Black City Chronicles.  The first book is called Black City.

Synopsis…

Deep in the heartland of the United Sentry States are the burning ruins of the Black City, a melting pot simmering with hostility as humans and Darklings struggle to rebuild their lives in the aftermath of a brutal and bloody war. A wall now divides the city separating the two races. Trapped on the wrong side of the wall is sixteen-year-old hustler Ash Fisher, a half-blood Darkling who’ll do whatever it takes to survive, including selling his addictive venom ‘Haze’ to help support his dying mother.

Then there’s Natalie Buchanan, the daughter of the Sentry Emissary, who feels imprisoned by her life of privilege and fame. When their paths cross, they instantly detest each other but Ash is shocked when his once still heart starts to beat. Bonded by a mysterious connection, Ash and Natalie first deny and then struggle to fight their forbidden feelings for each other, knowing if they’re caught, they’ll be executed. Then Haze users start dying all over the city and Ash discovers the terrible truth behind his and Natalie’s mystical connection. Suddenly, city walls and the threat of execution become the least of their problems.

Black City Chronicles reading list HERE.

The second newbie comes to us from J.A. SoudersRenegade is the first book of the Elysium Chronicles series.

Synopsis…

Since the age of three, sixteen-year-old Evelyn Winters has been trained to be Daughter of the People in the underwater utopia known as Elysium. Selected from hundreds of children for her ideal genes all her life she’s thought that everything was perfect; her world. Her people. The Law.

But when Gavin Hunter, a Surface Dweller, accidentally stumbles into their secluded little world, she’s forced to come to a startling realization: everything she knows is a lie. Her memories have been altered. Her mind and body aren’t under her own control. And the person she knows as Mother is a monster.

Together with Gavin she plans her escape, only to learn that her own mind is a ticking time bomb… and Mother has one last secret that will destroy them all.

Elysium Chronicles reading list HERE.

And the final one for this week is from Kassy TaylerAshes of Twilight is the first book of the Ashes series.

Synopsis…

Wren MacAvoy works as a coal miner for a domed city that was constructed in the mid-nineteenth century to protect the royal blood line of England when astronomers spotted a comet on a collision course with Earth.  Humanity would be saved by the most groundbreaking technology of the time.  But after nearly 200 years of life beneath the dome, society has become complacent, and the coal is running out. Plus, there are those who wonder, is there life outside the dome, or is the world still consumed by fire?  When one of Wren’s friends escapes the confines of the dome, he is burned alive and put on display as a warning to those seeking to disrupt the dome’s way of life.  But Alex’s final words are haunting. “The sky is blue.”

What happens next is a whirlwind of adventure, romance, conspiracy and the struggle to stay alive in a world where nothing is as it seems. Wren unwittingly becomes a catalyst for a revolution that destroys the dome, and the only way to survive might be to embrace what the entire society has feared their entire existence.

Ashes reading list HERE.

What were you looking forward to this week?  Are any of these on your buy list?  I already pre-ordered Black City a while ago, so looking forward to that one.

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6 thoughts on “New Series Alert…

    • I really want to get into the Iron Fey books, but I am trying to whittle down the YA I have now. I have heard how great they are, though.

      • It was good, one of the few YAs I’ve read (I kind of skipped that phase in my reading). But, I get you :) I’m trying to minimize my HR/PNR list

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