These books are being released on January 29, 2013. For other new releases, please see the links at the bottom of the article. Stay tuned for more January releases. Alternatively, more January releases can be found on the goodreads.com list.
“Asunder” by Jodi Meadows (Newsoul #2)
Hardcover, 416 pages, Katherine Tegen Books
Ana has always been apart from Heart, but after Templedark, many hold Ana responsible for the darksouls – and the newsouls who may be born in their place. Ana was told that nosouls can’t love, but no information about newsouls. More than anything, she wants to live, love, and be equal among the citizens of Heart. Even when Sam professes his feelings, it seems impossible to overcome past rejections. Ana discovers the truth about reincarnation and has to figure out how to make her young life meaningful.
“The Madman’s Daughter” by Megan Shepherd (The Madman’s Daughter #1)
Hardcover, 432 pages, Balzer + Bray
Sixteen-year-old Juliet Moreau is trying to live a quiet life in London and forget about the rumors about her father’s ghastly experiments. But she learns he’s alive and sets off to see if the rumors are true. Juliet travels to the island with her father’s assistant and an enigmatic castaway. To her horror, she sees her father’s madness. Animal experiments have run wild – and one has turned violent. She must escape the island jungle before it’s too late.
“Nobody But Us” by Kristin Halbrook
Paperback, 272 pages, HarperTeen
When Will turns 18, he and Zoe set out together. They both want to save each other. But the world has untold dangers, and everyone seems to be after them. Alternating perspective, “Nobody But Us” gives a heartbreaking and hopeful look at survival, choices, and love. Love doesn’t always mean you get the happy ending.
“The Prey” by Andrew Fukuda (The Hunt #2)
Hardcover, 304 pages, St. Martin’s Press
For Gene and the last humans, death is right around the corner. They must find a way to survive in The Vast and avoid the society hunting them. But Gene isn’t just haunted by the creatures of the night; he still remembers the girl he left behind. When they find human refuge, they believe they are finally safe. The refuge unfolds dark secrets of its own, and Gene only has Sissy, a girl he traveled with, to rely on.
“Prodigy” by Marie Lu (Legend #2)
Hardcover, 384 pages, Putname Juvenile
Elector Primo dies just as June and Day arrive in Vegas. The Republic is edging to chaos, and the two join up with the Patriot rebels, who seem eager to help Day rescue her brother and offer passage to the Colonies. But there’s a catch – they must assassinate the new Elector. June realizes that this Elector is nothing like his father. What if he is a new beginning? What if the Patriots are wrong?
These are only brief summaries of the stories. For more information and reviews, please check out the individual titles on goodreads.com. You can purchase any of the January 2013 releases from amazon.com.