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Pubsicle is a weekly meme that combines our two favorite things – ice cream and books. We hand the reigns over to some of our awesome publishers as they highlight what upcoming releases they’re excited about.
City of Fallen Angels (The Mortal Instruments, Book 4) by Cassandra Clare
Love, blood, betrayal and revenge – the stakes are higher than ever in the fourth
book in the bestselling Mortal Instruments sequence.
Simon Lewis is having some trouble adjusting to his new life as a vampire, especially now
that he hardly sees his best friend Clary, who is caught up in training to be a Shadow
hunter – and spending time with her new boyfriend, Jace. Simon decides he needs a
break and heads out of the city – only to discover that sinister events are following him.
Realising that the war they thought they’d won might not yet be over, Simon has to call on
his Shadowhunter friends to save the day – if they can put their own splintering relationships
on hold long enough to rise to the challenge.
Australian Release date: April 5, 2011
Cassandra Clare lives in Brooklyn. She has worked as an entertainment journalist for The Hollywood Reporter, has published several short stories and is the author of the popular internet parody The Very Secret Diaries. The Infernal Devices is her second major series.
Alex Rider Book 9: Scorpia Rising by Anthony Horowitz
Alex Rider wants his life back.
But when you’re the world’s most successful spy, there’s only one way out.
One bullet. One life.
Alex Rider … The End.
A dark and shocking conclusion to the best-selling Alex Rider missions. This gripping final
mission brings together Alex Rider’s old enemies to frame the teenage superspy in an
unstoppable plot of revenge, from which he can never return. Pursued from Europe to North Africa
and Cairo’s city of the dead – this is the twistiest and most deadly plot of any Alex Rider mission
yet, and will reveal Smithers’ ultimate gadget and see the shock death of a major character.
Release Date: March 21, 2011
Anthony Horowitz is one of the most popular contemporary children’s writers, and his
Alex Rider series is enjoyed by millions of readers worldwide. He has won many major
awards including the Bookseller Association/Nielsen Author of the Year Award, the
Children’s Book of the Year Award at the British Book Awards, and the Red House
Children’s Book Award. Anthony also writes extensively for TV, with programmes
including Foyle’s War, Midsomer Murders, and most recently Collision. He lives in London.
Little Sister by Aimee Said
Al Miller wishes she was an only child.
Al Miller is counting down the days until her over-achieving older sister Larrie finishes Year
Twelve and leaves Whitlam High School for ever. Then, Al is certain, people will finally see
her as more than just “Larrie’s little sister.”
But when a rumour about Larrie spreads around school, Al finds herself in the spotlight for
all the wrong reasons.
Who’s behind the rumour? And will it kill Al’s chances with school hunk, Josh Turner?
Release date: May 1, 2011
Aimee Said grew up in Sydney and now lives in Melbourne. When she’s not writing fiction,
Aimee is a web-content writer, plain-language trainer and sock-knitting enthusiast. Her
big sister came out when Aimee was 16, an experience that she drew on when writing
Thanks to Walker Books Australia, we are giving away 3 prize packs to 3 lucky winners! The prize pack includes a copy of City of Fallen Angels, Scorpia Rising, and Little Sister.
The Nitty Gritty:
- Simply fill out the form below with your name, email, and mailing address. We randomly draw the winners using random.org.
- Contest open to AU and NZ residents only.
- Ends on May 3, 2011.
Visit Walker Books Australia online at www.walkerbooks.com.au.