Waiting on Wednesday is a weekly meme hosted by Jill at Breaking the Spine where bloggers feature upcoming book releases that they're looking forward to.
This week I'm eagerly anticipating...
by Daisy Whitney
Publisher: Bloomsbury USA Childrens
Release Date: September 3, 2013
Synopsis (from Goodreads):
Seventeen-year-old Julien is a romantic—he loves spending his free time at the museum poring over the great works of the Impressionists. But one night, a peach falls out of a Cezanne, Degas ballerinas dance across the floor, and Julien is not hallucinating.
The art is reacting to a curse that trapped a beautiful girl, Clio, in a painting forever. Julien has a chance to free Clio and he can't help but fall in love with her. But love is a curse in its own right. And soon paintings begin to bleed and disappear. Together Julien and Clio must save the world's greatest art . . . at the expense of the greatest love they've ever known.
Like a master painter herself, Daisy Whitney brings inordinate talent and ingenuity to this romantic, suspenseful, and sophisticated new novel.A beautifully decorated package makes it a must-own in print.
I am in love with Daisy Whitney's writing, and I'm sure this book won't be the exception. I love the blend of contemporary and fantasy that the description presents, and anything about romance and art is alright by me.
Oh, yes! This one sounds so good! I love that it revolves around art and Paris.ReplyDelete
I'm really excited for this one, too. I've never read anything else by this author. I'll have to check out her earlier books while I wait for this one. Great pick!ReplyDelete
This sounds so cool! I've never come across anything quite like it, and most of the boys in the books I read are cocky and essentially jocks... a romantic is nice for a change! Great feature, definitely :) And this book goes to my TBR :DReplyDelete
The idea sounds so cool!! I need to get in the Daisy Whitney wagon soon, I even got some of her books :DReplyDelete
Can't wait for this one! It sounds absolutely AMAZING.ReplyDelete