Weekly Reads

Riveted Reads: Week of 10/10

October 10, 2016
The Riveted Team
Believe In Your Shelf

This week on Riveted, we’re featuring a full read of Jennifer McGowan’s Maid of Secrets, the first book in her Maids of Honor series, and an extended excerpt of Kenneth Oppel’s newest YA novel, Every Hidden Thing. Last week’s reads are also still available: a full read of Jonathan Maberry’s Rot & Ruin, and extended excerpts of Maggie Thrash’s We Know it Was You, Suzanne Young’s Hotel for the Lost, and Laurie Halse Anderson’s Chains.

Maid of Secretsby Jennifer McGowan

In this breathtaking start to the Maids of Honor series, a secret society of young women make up Elizabeth I’s most trusted royal guard. God Save the Queen—or the Maids will. FULL READ — READ IT NOW

Every Hidden Thingby Kenneth Oppel

The hunt for a dinosaur skeleton buried in the Badlands, bitter rivalries, and a forbidden romance come together in this beautifully written new novel that’s Romeo and Juliet meets Indiana Jones. EXTENDED EXCERPT — READ IT NOW

Rot & Ruinby Jonathan Maberry

Get geared up for Halloween (and for the return of Walking Dead!) with the first book in Jonathan Maberry's critically acclaimed Rot & Ruin series! In the zombie-infested, post-apocalyptic America of Rot & Ruin where Benny Imura lives, every teenager must find a job by the time they turn fifteen or get their rations cut in half. Benny doesn't want to apprentice as a zombie hunter with his boring older brother Tom, but he has no choice. He expects a tedious job whacking zoms for cash, but what he gets is a vocation that will teach him what it means to be human. FULL READ — READ IT NOW

Strange Truthby Maggie Thrash

Twin Peaks meets Pretty Little Liars and Eleanor & Park in a brand new YA series about two teens unraveling a mysterious murder set in a quirky small town, from a critically acclaimed author! EXTENDED EXCERPT — READ IT NOW

Hotel for the Lostby Suzanne Young

From the New York Times bestselling author of The Program comes a haunting, romantic, and suspenseful story about one girl’s search for healing in a grand and mysterious hotel full of secrets. EXTENDED EXCERPT — READ IT NOW

Chainsby Laurie Halse Anderson

The American Revolution comes to vivid life in Chains, the story of one young girl’s quest for freedom. Laurie Halse Anderson's critically acclaimed, National Book Award nominee Chains is technically a middle-grade novel and as such, it's on the young side for Riveted, but even so, it still contains valuable lessons for us all. With Ashes, the long awaited third and final book in the Seeds of America trilogy, going on sale this week, there's no better time to take a literary journey back to the American Revolution with this impeccably researched novel that shows the lengths we can go to cast off our chains, both physical and spiritual. EXTENDED EXCERPT — READ IT NOW

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