When a book compares itself to Rosemary's Baby and earns praise from Stephen King, we take notice. Such is the case with Chase Novak's Breed, coming to bookshelves and e-readers September 4th from Little, Brown and Company/Mulholland Books.
Movie novelizations quickly become rare after their first printing, and some even become collector's items. Will the novelization of the new flick starring The Hunger Games' Jennifer Lawrence, The House at the End of the Street, follow suit?
We know that a lot of our readers are big fans of horror novels so we're always on the lookout for cool sounding projects to share.
Just as it did for Twilight and New Moon, Little, Brown Books for Young Readers is releasing an official illustrated movie companion book for Eclipse, and we've got an early look at its cover art.
No, it's not a new chapter in The Twilight Saga, but rather an expansion of an existing one. Little, Brown Books for Young Readers, a division of Hachette Book Group, has announced today that it will release the first new title from Stephenie Meyer in nearly two years: "The Short Second Life of Bree Tanner", a novella told from the point of view of Bree, a character originally featured in Eclipse (portrayed by Jodelle Ferland in the upcoming film of the same name).