Aspiring sleuths and fans of true-crime podcasts, and books like ONE OF US IS LYING and DARK PLACES—listen up because you do NOT want to miss this one.
Lauren Oliver (the master plotter who brought you twisty reads like PANIC and VANISHING GIRLS) is back with BROKEN THINGS—a chilling new mystery with a ripped-from-the-headlines feel and an end you won’t see coming. It comes out in just two short weeks and it’s the kind of book you’ll stay up all night captivated by. For those of you who are impatient and can’t wait until October 2nd, you can start reading the sneak peek now.
This book blurs the lines between fan fiction and reality, and questions how well we really know the people closest to us. We love how that haunting and suspenseful vibe totally comes through in this trailer. Intrigued? Check it out below…
AHHHHHHH. That figure in the window!?! We are getting MAJOR CHILLS. This is basically our favorite binge-worthy true crime series in book form and we cannot wait to obsess over it with everyone.
Broken Things Tour
Want to obsess over it with Lauren Oliver in person? She’ll be hitting the road on a Broken Things tour so mark your calendars because this is DEFINITELY the type of book you’ll want to discuss the minute you’re finished. And who better to do that with than the author herself? Plus, she’ll be accompanied by some other amazing YA authors like Adam Silvera and Kendare Blake! Check out the tour dates and make your plans now!
About Broken Things
It’s been five years since Summer Marks was brutally murdered in the woods.
Everyone thinks Mia and Brynn killed their best friend. That driven by their obsession with a novel called The Way into Lovelorn the three girls had imagined themselves into the magical world where their fantasies became twisted, even deadly.
The only thing is: they didn’t do it.
On the anniversary of Summer’s death, a seemingly insignificant discovery resurrects the mystery and pulls Mia and Brynn back together once again. But as the lines begin to blur between past and present and fiction and reality, the girls must confront what really happened in the woods all those years ago—no matter how monstrous.