New ‘Heist Society’ Book by Ally Carter!

I have been waiting for this day for the past three years, and I am SO excited to announce that Ally Carter is finally coming out with another “Heist Society” book!

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I’m terribly depressed that it is just going to be a novella and only available in e-book, but honestly, I’ll take anything that I can get when it comes to the characters in Ally’s “Heist Society” series. My only wish is that her new novella doesn’t sign the end of this series, because I desperately need just one more full-length novel with Hale, Kat, and Gabrielle.

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Okay, on to the novella!

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“The Gift of the Magi” by Ally Carter

(Heist Society #4)

Release Date: November 15th

Format: e-book

Summary:

“Katarina Bishop is a thief. To many it wouldn’t matter that she now uses her considerable skills to resteal valuable works of art and return them to their rightful homes. She’s still a thief.

So that’s why Kat’s surprised when an Interpol agent comes to her one snowy evening, asking for her help.

The Magi Miracle Network was set to auction off a very rare, very valuable Fabergé egg two days before Christmas, but the egg’s been stolen and now the charity’s reputation—and their future—is on the line.

Kat’s family and Interpol might be on opposite sides of most jobs, but someone just stole Christmas.

Now it’s up to Kat and her crew to steal it back.”

I am super excited to read another book by Ally Carter, especially a Christmas themed story, and I just hope that this isn’t the last time we get to see these wonderful characters!

Happy reading to my fellow Ally Carter fans!

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Fangirl Friday #9…Around the World in YA

Around the World in YA

So, a little while ago a blogger I follow (The Candid Cover) did a post about reading around the world in YA, and I thought that it would be really fun to join the book tag and do that for this week’s fangirl friday! One day I want to officially do this book tag hard-core by planning a book for at least ever continent and a few countries in each of those continents (another blogger I follow did that and it was amazing, too), but for right now, I just decided to select few of my favorite books that have transported me to another place and taken me on fun adventures. Okay, here they are!

book 5 to 1(Futuristic India)

“5 to 1” by Holly Bodger was a really interesting book, and I loved that it took place in India.

18798983 The Wrath and The Dawn by Renee Ahdieh book(Historical/fantastical Saudi Arabia)

“The Wrath and the Dawn” took me on such an amazing journey, and I keep falling more and more in love with Renée’s book the more I read it and the longer I own it.

cress by marissa meyer book(Futuristic Africa and Beijing)

I loved the African desert in this book. For some odd reason I found it extremely fun and adventurous despite how deadly it was for the characters. I also adored Cress and Thorne together, so that’s one of the reasons why I loved the setting so much.

23399192 Rook by Sharon Cameron book(Futuristic France and England)

“Rook” by Sharon Cameron became one of my favorite books after I got a chance to read it earlier this year. I fell in love with Cameron’s writing style, the setting, and oh my, did I ever fall in love with René Hasard. Yeah, he was a Parisian heart stealer and I adored ever minute of “Rook.”

Marie Antoinette, Serial Killer(France)
Also taking place in the gorgeous streets of Paris was Katie Alender’s book, “Marie Antoinette, Serial Killer.”Don’t judge me, but I really enjoyed this book. Alender’s descriptions of Paris were AMAZING and I felt like I got just a little taste of the City of Lights.
ally carter Heist Society book(England, Italy, and France)
The “Heist Society” series by Ally Carter is one of my absolute favorite series! I love Ally’s crazy cast of characters, the “Ocean’s Eleven” vibe that the books have, and that Kat and the gang get to travel around the world. These characters have been all over the world, and it has been so fun to join them on their travels.
the infernal devices(Victorian era England)
Yeah, I succumbed to the lure of “The Infernal Devices.” It’s a wonderful and wretchedly painful trilogy that I can never get enough of. I love the setting and the characters. Nuff said.
16182308 a cold legacy megan shepherd(Victorian era Scotland)
Yippeeee!! I friggin’ love Scotland and Megan Shepherd did such a good job transporting me to the beautiful and fiercely eerie manor of von Stein and the Scottish highlands.
 
the golden braid melanie dickerson 598dea8044bbd7c48c6e382f91c82d7f big book(Medieval Germany)
I really liked “The Golden Braid” and was so happy to find another retelling of my favorite fairy tale that was done well.
Valkyrie Rising (Valkyrie, #1)
(Norway)
“Valkrie Rising” by Ingrid Paulson was a really fun book because not a lot of stories take place in Norway, and it was so much fun learning about the country and some of its folklore.
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Alright, there you have it! My list of some of my favorite books shows that I haven’t traveled around much, but I have certainly enjoyed the adventures I was able to go on thanks to these wonderful stories. So, where was your favorite place that you got to read about or travel to?
Thanks for joining me, and happy Friday!!