The End (Series of Unfortunate Events #13)
Norwalk, CT (PRWEB) August 1, 2006
Whether you’re gearing up for a late-summer vacation or looking to fill some free time once your children are back in school, books offer a delightful way to expand your horizons and entertain yourself. And book lovers always look forward to new releases from their favorite authors, notes AP9 PassportToFun, a leading entertainment discount membership program offered by Adaptive Marketing LLC.
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AP9 Passport to Fun offers a preview of books that are scheduled to be released in late August 2006 and beyond:
-- The week of August 21 brings “Hunters of Dune,” by Brian Herbert and Kevin J. Anderson, based on Frank Herbert’s final outline in the “Dune” series; “The Garden of Eden and Other Criminal Delights,” a collection of Faye Kellerman stories; and “The Afghan,” a tale of modern terrorism from Frederick Forsythe.
-- The week of August 28 offers ”Armageddon’s Children,” a chronicle of a world that has devolved into chaos by Terry Brooks; “Rise and Shine,” Anna Quindlen’s story of life, class and family dynamics in post-9/11 New York City; “Morrigan’s Cross,” the latest paperback by best-selling author Nora Roberts.
-- September releases include “The Book of Fate,” from best-selling author Brad Meltzer; “The Mission Song,” a story of political intrigue by the acclaimed John Le Carré; “For One More Day,” a story of a mother and son by Mitch Albom, author of “Tuesdays with Morrie” and “The Five People You Meet in Heaven”; “A Stolen Season,” the seventh novel in the Alex McKnight series by Steve Hamilton; and “Fear of the Dark,” Walter Mosley’s latest installment in his Paris Minto series.
-- Releases scheduled for October include “Motor Mouth,” the second mystery from Janet Evanovich to feature Alexandra “Barney” Barnaby and NASCAR drive Sam Hooker; “Thirteen Moons,” by “Cold Mountain” author Charles Frazier; “The Innocent Man,” in which best-selling author John Grisham takes his first foray into non-fiction, writing about murder and injustice in a small town; the 13th and final Lemony Snicket novel, “The End (Series of Unfortunate Events #13)”, by Lemony Snicket and Brett Helquist; “Lisey’s Story,” the latest from the prolific Stephen King; and “Dear John,” by Nicholas Sparks, author of “At First Sight,” “True Believer” and other best-selling novels.
Clearly, whether you prefer intrigue, passion, humor, science fiction, fantasy or some other genre, the coming months offer book lovers a treasure trove from which to choose, concludes AP9 Passport to Fun.
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