Waiting On Wednesdays..#4

                                             
Weekly meme hosted by Breaking the Spine.. This feature spotlights upcoming releases that are eagerly anticipated.
This week my "cant-wait-to-read book" is...



Like Mandarin 
By Kirsten Hubbard
Expected on the 8th of March 2011


   




"It's hard finding beauty in the badlands of Washokey, Wyoming, but 14-year-old Grace Carpenter knows it's not her mother's pageant obsessions, or the cowboy dances adored by her small-town classmates. True beauty is wild-girl Mandarin Ramey: 17, shameless and utterly carefree. Grace would give anything to be like Mandarin.

When they're united for a project, they form an unlikely, explosive friendship, packed with nights spent skinny-dipping in the canal, liberating the town's animal-head trophies, and searching for someplace magic. Grace plays along when Mandarin suggests they run away together. Blame it on the crazy-making wildwinds plaguing their badlands town.

Because all too soon, Grace discovers Mandarin's unique beauty hides a girl who's troubled, broken, and even dangerous. And no matter how hard Grace fights to keep the magic, no friendship can withstand betrayal."


Comments

  1. Not the kind of book I would read. Don't like it when there's betrayal in friendships; speaking from my own experience of course! But great book nonetheless. Hope you get it soon. :D

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  2. This book sounds pretty awesome! Thanks for stopping by my blog! And thanks for lettng me know about this book- it sounds cool and I sort of like the cover. Happy reading!

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  3. This book sounds fantastic... a litte creepy but fantastic :O thanks for stopping by my blog :D

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  4. This one isn't too far away - I look forward to reading it - good pick!

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  5. here's mine http://tributebooksmama.blogspot.com/2011/01/waiting-on-wednesday_12.html

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  6. This one has been pretty popular today :)
    Hope you enjoy it when it comes out.

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  7. This sounds like a good one to dig into--very evocative and emotional. Nice choice!

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  8. thanks so much for featuring LIKE MANDARIN!!

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  9. I know this sounds all starstruck but "OMG! The author of the book commented on my page!!!" *squeeeel*

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  10. Ha!Ha! Hey get used to it, your blog is really good Kiwi... this is your first day to stardom, (okay or maybe,a chance for enhanced popularity, and probably a status boost, but still...) revel in it!! Now, stop squealing and enjoy the moment more productively like say... throw an insane party and invite me hopefully??? :D

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