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Waiting on Wednesday is hosted by Jill at Breaking the Spine showcasing books we are eagerly anticipating .
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Title: Social Suicide by Gemma Halliday
Publishing date: April 24,2012
Publisher: Harper Teen
Twittercide [twit-er-sahyd]: the killing of one human being by another while the victim is in the act of tweeting. Call me crazy, but I figured writing for the Herbert Hoover High Homepage would be a pretty sweet gig. Pad the resume for college applications, get a first look at the gossip column, spend some time ogling the paper’s brooding bad-boy editor, Chase Erikson. But on my first big story, things went…a little south. What should have been a normal interview with Sydney Sanders turned into me discovering the Homecoming Queen-hopeful dead in her pool. Electrocuted while Tweeting. Now, in addition to developing a reputation as HHH’s resident body finder, I’m stuck trying to prove that Sydney’s death wasn’t suicide. I’m starting to long for the days when my biggest worry was whether the cafeteria was serving pizza sticks or Tuesday Tacos…
Reason: I’m currently reading Deadly Cool the first book in the series, and I’m liking what I’ve read so far. I want to see what happens next to Hartley.
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Title: Darkness Before Dawn by J.A London
Publishing date: May 29, 2012
Publisher: Harper Collins Publishers
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This electrifying new trilogy blends the best of paranormal and dystopian storytelling in a world where the war is over. And the vampires won. Humans huddle in their walled cities, supplying blood in exchange for safety. But not even that is guaranteed. Dawn has lost her entire family and now reluctantly serves as the delegate to Lord Valentine, the most powerful vampire for miles. It isn’t until she meets Victor, Valentine’s son, that she realizes not all vampires are monsters…
Reason: I like the plot it has the familiar element of vampires but told with a dystopian theme it makes the story more interesting.