These are half of the books that are being released on November 13, 2012. For other new releases, please see the links at the bottom of the article. Stay tuned for more November releases. Alternatively, more November releases can be found on the goodreads.com list.
“Ashes of Twilight” by Kassy Tayler (Ashes Trilogy #1)
Wren MacAvoy is a coal miner for a domed city. As far as everyone knows, their city is the only thing left after a comet destroyed the world. But Alex, Wren’s friend, escapes the confines of the dome, but he comes back burning. Alex’s last, frantic words are “The sky is blue.” Wren becomes the catalyst for the revolution to destroy the dome.
“Black City” by Elizabeth Richards (Black City #1)
Humans and Darklings are separated by the giant wall, but half-blood Darkling, Ash, and human, Natalie, still manage to fall in love. They try to stay away, knowing they will both be executed if they are caught together, but their feelings are too strong. They soon find themselves at the center of a conspiracy that could start the next war.
“Lovely, Dark and Deep” by Amy McNamara
The debut novel from Amy McNamara. Wren Wells has been running since the night of the crash that killed her boyfriend, Patrick. Although she survived, she’s not the same girl anymore. She holes up in her father’s studio instead of going to college, she wants to be left alone. But when she meets Cal Owen, she has a choice to make: open her heart up again or join the ghosts who haunt her.
“Luminosity” by Stephanie Thomas (Raven Chronicles #1)
Beatrice was born with Sight, meaning it is her job to protect the Institution from destruction. After her visions come true, everything changes. She meets a man in her dreams, who is one of the Institution’s enemies. She ends up falling for him. To make things worse, he warns her about who is coming. It might not matter, because she gave up information that the enemy might have won the war before it even starts.
“Meant to Be” by Lauren Morrill
Julia has lived by strict rules her whole life; she’s the type of person who carries a pencil sharpener, just in case. But when she’s partnered up with class-clown, Jason, during their London spring break, everything changes. Julia receives text messages from an unknown number, and she can really connect with this guy. Jason agrees to help her find out who it is – as long as she’ll break a few rules along the way.
These are only brief summaries of the stories. For more information and reviews, please check out the individual titles either on goodreads.com. You can purchase any of these November 2012 releases from amazon.com.