PUMPKINHEADS by Rainbow Rowell and illustrated by Faith Erin Hicks - Cover Reveal

Entertainment Weekly | September 14, 2018

“The star YA author of Eleanor & Park and others is prepping for the release of her debut graphic novel, Pumpkinheads, illustrated by Faith Erin Hicks (The Adventures of Superhero Girl), a veteran of the comics world. Together they’ve crafted a rom-com about two high-school coworkers finding love on their last night of working the local pumpkin patch, set to be published in fall 2019.”

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ZORA AND ME: THE CURSED GROUND by T.R. Simon - The Horn Book Starred Review

The Horn Book | September 4, 2018

"Simon keeps the plot moving briskly and sustains suspense even as she folds in truly profound, timely, and important themes; and one of the things Zora and Carrie have learned by book’s end is that 'history wasn’t something you read in a book. It was everything your life stood on.'”

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PIECES OF HER by Karin Slaughter - USA Today "5 new books not to miss this week, including Karin Slaughter's thriller, 'Pieces of Her'"

USA Today | August 19, 2018

USA TODAY included Karin Slaughter's latest thriller, Pieces of Her, in a round-up of the 5 new books not to miss! 

"What it’s about: After a seemingly mild-mannered woman stops a killer during a mall shooting and then disappears, her daughter discovers that her mother has a secret past identity.

The buzz: Slaughter’s thriller The Good Daughter hit No. 3 on USA TODAY’s Best-Selling Books list a year ago."


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AFTER THE FLOOD by Kassandra Montag - Variety "Chernin Entertainment Ups David Ready to Exec VP of Film and Television"

Variety | August 16, 2018

"Ready’s promotion comes on the heels of a busy 18 months, in which he produced the films “The Mountain Between Us” and “Red Sparrow,” as well as the upcoming “Tolkien.” In May, Ready played a key role in acquiring Kassandra Montag’s “After the Flood,” on which Chernin partnered to produce with Margot Robbie and her LuckyChap production banner."

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AFTER THE FLOOD by Kassandra Montag - Deadline Hollywood "Chernin Entertainment Promotes David Ready to Exec Veep Film & Television"

Deadline Hollywood | August 16, 2018

"Ready’s promotion comes on the heels of a busy 18 months, in which he produced The Mountain Between Us and Red Sparrow, as well as the upcoming Tolkien. In May, Ready played a key role in acquiring Kassandra Montag’s After the Flood, on which Chernin partnered to produce with Margot Robbie and her LuckyChap production banner."

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PIECES OF HER by Karin Slaughter - Washington Post "Shots ring out, and a daughter's world is forever changed in 'Pieces of Her'"

Washington Post | August 16, 2018

"'If it doesn’t begin, ‘A shot rang out,’ ' Kingsley Amis once declared, 'I don’t want to read it.' Had Amis been patient with Karin Slaughter’s big — and timely — thriller "Pieces of Her" he would have been well rewarded. The novel’s first line lacks gunfire but whizzing bullets — hailstorms of them — are just over the narrative horizon."

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Entertainment Weekly - "Hollywood is finally catching up to Karin Slaughter"

Entertainment Weekly | August 14, 2018

"She’d given up on the movies. Author Karin Slaughter may have seemed an ideal fit for adaptations, given the addictive nature and sheer popularity of her work, which has sold more than 35 million copies worldwide. But for 17 years, she was told her novels were 'too female-centric' by producers and execs, and eventually she stopped trying to get them on screen. 'I was just so disillusioned,' she says.

Then, as if with a snap of the fingers, everything changed."

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PIECES OF HER by Karin Slaughter - Parade "Watch: Sneak Peek from Karin Slaughter's 'Pieces of Her'"

Parade | August 14, 2018

"The wait is almost over for Karin Slaughter fans–her next novel, Pieces of Her(William Morrow), which tells the story of a daughter unraveling her mother’s hidden past after she sees her stop a killer in his tracks, is out on August 21. Take your place on the edge of your seat—with the lights on—and check out this video teaser."

Click the link above to see the video trailer for Pieces of Her!


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PIECES OF HER by Karin Slaughter - AudioFile Review

AudioFile | August 9, 2018

"Once listeners start Karin Slaughter's new mystery, stopping won't be an option. From the first words, Kathleen Early's narration snares us in a labyrinthine web of lies, deceits, betrayals, and truths that span decades. Andrea Cooper thinks she knows her mother, Laura, better than anyone, but in one shocking, violent moment, Andy wonders who her mother really is. As more violence erupts, Early faultlessly navigates Andy's dangerous quest to uncover Laura's truths. As pieces of Laura's secret life begin falling into place, Early's deftness at defining characters and her remarkable skill at revealing well-hidden emotions make Andy's discoveries both stunning and satisfying. Slaughter's clever plotting and Early's high-voltage performance will keep listeners glued to their listening devices. S.J.H. Winner of AudioFile Earphones Award."

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RUST & STARDUST - Book Page Review

Book Page | August 1, 2018

"As the novel is told in large part through Sally’s youthful perspective, it is easy to see how she is so easily duped by an adult who professes to be first an officer of the law and later her long-lost father. Readers will sympathize with Sally’s tragic plight while being revolted by LaSalle’s predatory instinct as he sexually exploits her.

Greenwood reportedly spent more than two years researching Sally’s abduction and years drafting Rust & Stardust. The result is an unflinching portrait of a vile criminal and his helpless victim. What is perhaps just as vivid is how sexual predators today continue to mirror the exact methods LaSalle used to usurp Sally’s will—and body—with empty promises, gifts and eventually threats."

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