HarperTeen has a new summer series — Dark Days of Supernatural. They are sponsoring a giveaway here of all 7 books by 7 authors — some new and some with bestsellers under their belts. They all have supernatural books releasing this summer and they’ll be on tour this summer. Check out HarperTeen’s Dark Days of Supernatural page for tour info, book excerpts, widgets you can share with your friends and more!
Elizabeth and I have requested 4 of these titles, so you’ll be seeing some reviews soon, but we are happy to give you a sneak peek and a chance to win right now!
This series of paranormal thrillers, supernatural romance and otherworldly adventures, features the seven new titles:
– Illusions by Aprilynne Pike (released 5/03/2011)
– Divergent by Veronica Roth (released 5/3/2011), linked to our review
– Die For Me by Amy Plum (on sale 5/10/2011)
– Vampire Kisses 8: Cryptic Cravings by Ellen Schreiber (on sale 5/17/2011)
– Something Deadly This Way Comes by Kim Harrison (on sale 5/24/2011)
– Starcrossed by Josephine Angelini (on sale 5/31/2011), linked to our review
– Hereafter by Tara Hudson (on sale 6/7/2011)
Check out this great introductory video. It might have you squealing with excitement as a certain teen did when one of the books arrived on her doorstep for review.
This giveaway is closed.
If you want to win, please leave a comment. If you are particularly looking forward to one of these books, let us know! We’ll announce the winner right here on June 15. U.S. residents only, please.
We were supposed to announce the winners of I’d Know You Anywhere from Laura Lippman, but I noticed that it hadn’t been tagged as a giveaway and it fell off the radar so I’m going to give it another week. If you missed it, check it out and enter now!
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Mozi Esmes Mom says
I’ve gotta admit this isn’t my usual genre, but I have a few nieces that would probably love any of these…
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Donna S says
Thanks for the chance! Quite a few I cant wait to read. Something Deadly This Way Comes, Die For Me, Illusions, Hereafter. Really they all sound great though.
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welcome to our wonderland says
wow I love teen fiction can’t wait to read these, better put them on hold in case I don’t win!!!
I love Aprilynne Pike I’ve read her Wings and Spells books
Christine Jensen says
Thanks for the great giveaway. I am most interested in Starcrossed
Jen E says
Die for Me is already on my list of books to look out for but all of these look REAALLLLLY good – I would LOVE to win this!
These all look interesting to me.
Chelsea S. says
I would LOVE to read these. I bet I would go through them all in a couple of weeks. I am especially looking forward to reading Die For Me.
Such a great choice!
Illusions is the one I am looking forward to read.
Would like to win these books!
John D. says
These books are perfect for my daughter’s summer reading, she would love them.
Can’t wait to read these!
I love YA covers…they are so beautiful….I am really looking forward to Illusions, Divergent, Die For Me and Starcrossed. I have heard good things about these titles.
Oooh, these look good. Thanks for the giveaway!
I would love to win these! I love supernatural books!!!
Linda Kish says
Something Deadly This Way Comes by Kim Harrison sounds really good to me.
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Soha Molina says
I’d like to win
good bunch of books
I have been seeing these books all over lately. Many are talking about how good they are and that they are unputdownable!
Thanks for a great giveaway.
Collette Morris says
I would love to win these books. I love love YA fiction. 🙂
Carol M says
I’d love to read any of these books and then pass them on to my granddaughter. Hereafter by Tara Hudson sounds especially good!
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I really,really want these books. I’m waiting for Starcrossed because I’ve read a little of it and it was really good.
Thanks for the giveaway
I’ve really been looking forward to reading Divergent!
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These look great. Thanks for the opportunity!
Karen Gonyea says
Starcrossed looks great 🙂
connie black says
Wow, what a fantastic giveaway. I am looking forward to reading Divergent. I have heard alot of good things about that book.
Beth C says
I think Starcrossed looks like one I’d particularly like.
Honestly, I’m really looking forward to all the books. So it’s hard for me to narrow it down to pick just one I’m most looking forward to.
Staci A says
I would love to read Starcrossed. It looks like a great book!
Some Lucky Dog says
I’m especially interested in reading “Hereafter”, but I’d enjoy any of them!
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They all sound great!!
Ashley Holt says
Please enter me
I’ve heard very good things about “Divergent” and “Starcrossed,” so I’d love to read them, but all of the books look amazing.
Thank you for the great giveaway!
Francine Anchondo says
Thanks for the giveaway
My kind of books…groovy giveaway, thanks!
These sound so fun. Great summer reading.
Debbie Welchert says
I love these kind of stories.
All of these books look really good! Out of all of them I really want to read divergent.
I am REALLY looking forward to reading Starcrossed and Die For Me. I’ve heard amazing things about both of them. Thanks for the giveaway!
This would be a very fun to win.
I already read Starcrossed via NetGalley, and loved the book. I look for to the next book. It would be nice to have a print copy of the book.
The rest of books do indeed sound like ones that I would like to read with my almost 14 year old daughter.
Thanks for hosting this giveaway. 🙂
Particularly Starcrossed, but all look like fun! Thanks for the chance!
I would love to win these books! I definitely have a few young ladies these would make great gifts for!
Jennifer O says
Thanks for the giveaway.
The Kim Harrison novel sounds great…
Pam Hamlin says
Divergent is a great read! I would love the read these other books!
april yedinak says
I love this genre. I find that so much YA lit is better than stuff written for adults.