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Waiting on Wednesday: Grace and the Fever by Zan Romanoff

 "Waiting On" Wednesday is a weekly event, hosted by Breaking the Spine, that spotlights upcoming releases that you are eagerly anticipating.

Today, I am waiting on:  
Grace and the Fever by Zan Romanoff



From YA Highway:
Flash.
Click.
“Hey, who are you?" 
For years, Grace Thomas has had an easy answer to that question: no one. Not in real life, anyway. Online, in Fever Dream fandom, she’'s Gigi, who writes daily posts about Jes, Kendrick, Land, and Solly. But IRL? She’s as impossibly ordinary as the boys in the band are outrageously, emphatically not.

When a paparazzo captures a chance, late-night encounter between her and Jes, Grace finds herself suddenly inside of the photographs she’s been looking at all her life. She's drawn into the complicated world of the Fever Dream boys, and starts to see the stark divide between their highly public image and carefully guarded private lives— and how desperate they are to keep certain things out of the spotlight.

As she turns from unwitting accomplice to de-facto partner-in-crime, Grace has to learn to navigate their high-stakes world alongside her own private, personal reckoning: If the boys she’s built her life around for so many years are just a facade, who is she, really? And even if life with Fever Dream is nothing like she’d imagined it, is she really ready to wake up yet?
Even though this author's debut wasn't everything that I wanted, I really liked the contemporary part of the story so her next novel might be just right! Grace and the Fever is scheduled to be released in 2017, and this one sounds great!

What books are you waiting on this Wednesday??

Comments

  1. This one sounds interesting. Not sure if it is for me but I hope you like it.

    My WOW

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  2. Ah, I think I like this! It certainly does sound like it might speak to all our teen experiences with celebs/singers and how we perceive them, doesn't it? Here's mine: http://editingeverything.com/blog/2016/11/16/waiting-on-wednesday-bookshops/

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  3. OOoh that one looks intriguing! Totally new to me read too! Hope you love it once you read it!

    Here's my WoW

    Have a GREAT day!

    Old Follower :)

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  4. I wasn't a big fan of A Song To Take The World Apart but this one does sound pretty good. :)

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  5. I've never heard of this author before Eva, but I'm liking just how different this book sounds. Also I would definitely find myself drawn to this cover in a bookstore, it just leaves you wanting more! Why do all the good books have to be out in 2017! *grumbles* great pick as always!

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  6. This sounds like a great pick, not an author who's been on my radar, but I'm always happy to give a book a chance! Tori @ In Tori Lex


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  7. oh never heard of this author...but this book sounds interesting!!!

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  8. Yes, this one sounds fantastic! I hope we both love it. :D

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