October InGroup Titles

October 8, 2010 | Comments: 18 Comments

UPDATE: You do NOT need to be 18 to enter. That was a snafu in our form. So sign up!!
Hi Guys!
This month we have 3 titles we think you’ll love… here they are:


“Dark and beautiful, literary and lovely. . . . Worthy of sitting on a shelf next to Wuthering Heights.” —Melissa Marr, author of Wicked Lovely
The House of Dead Maids


“This is a cathartic story of redemption. Brent, filled with self-doubt, guilt, and a host of worries, is a character today’s adolescents will recognize and agonize with. Fleischman’s writing is filled with beautiful imagery, no more so than in the twirling arms of his whirligigs that remind readers that sustaining the human spirit in an imperfect world requires reaching out to others.”—Voice of Youth Advocates
Whirligig

The Beginner's Guide to Living
“Set in Melbourne, Australia, Hills’ debut explores grief, first love, and first sex with poetic frankness that although occasionally mannered is also refreshing, whether Will is feeling suffocated by well-meaning neighbors or awestruck and alive as he imagines a map of the universe in Taryn’s freckled face.” —Booklist
The Beginner’s Guide to Living

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18 Responses to “October InGroup Titles”

  1. Hannah H. says:

    I am definitely hoping to read “The House of Dead Maids.” A book with any hint of something paranormal is basically a must read for me. I have always been interested in the paranormal, so I like to see the authors view and how they portray the strange events.

  2. Emily says:

    Oooooh, the House of Dead Maids looks fantastic. Pre-Wuthering Heights Heathcliff, plus a spooky plotline and dead people wandering around? Yes please!

  3. Erin C says:

    I am very confused on the form it said that you have to be 18 or older. Does this mean we aren’t eligible anymore?

  4. Ashley F. says:

    Does anyone know if you have to be 18 to get one of the books??? Because on the entry form it says you need to be 18, but I thought you could be 16….

  5. Melody Malecki says:

    Hey I am interested in Clare B. Dunkle’s Book House of Maids.
    I have read almost all her books and loved everything so far! Since this group has been redesigned just lemme know what kind of feedback you are interested in! I am willing to write a review on amazon also,
    Melody

  6. McKenzie T. says:

    I’m hoping to read The House of Dead Maids as well! All of the books sounds really wonderful.

  7. leslie s. says:

    i really want to read the house of dead maids. it looks and sounds perfect for halloween!! i had my older sister enter the form because it says you have to be at least 18. i hope i win a copy :)

  8. Angie L says:

    Oh, I would so love a copy of House of Dead Maids!!! But I am so super busy this month, I don’t think I can responsibly commit to the two-week deadline. *sigh*

    I’d love y’all to check out my website! Lots of book reviews, some of which are, of course, Henry Holt books! :)

  9. Toni Mansfield says:

    I would love to read House of dead maids please. It sounds really good

  10. Jessica Godinez says:

    I would love to read and review Whirligig, please and thank you!

  11. Victoria V says:

    I would like to read the book “The House of Dead Maids.” It sounds like a book that would interest me!

  12. Andrew Kutscera says:

    “The House of Dead Maids” seems interesting. I’d like to read that book. I have not read anything by Claire Dunkel before, but the storyline seems good.

  13. I would love to read and review The House of Dead Maids by Claire B. Dunkle. It looks so great!

  14. Wait, where is the form??

  15. Hailey says:

    The House of Dead Maids looks really intriguing! I’d love to read/review. (:

  16. Karen says:

    House of Dead Maids was really great!

  17. Hannah H. says:

    I just finished reading “Whirligig” and that was one of the best books I have read in quite a while. The first chapter isn’t that great, but get past that and it’s wonderful. A very quick read that packs a lot of thought and emotion into few pages.

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