Sunday, November 22, 2009

In My Mailbox #12

In My Mailbox is a weekly event hosted by Kristi at The Story Siren!

With all the reading I'm doing for my Cybils panel, I haven't been requesting very many review copies lately, but I'm super psyched for this one:

The Line by Teri Hall. Dial Books for Young Readers, March 2010.

Here's the summary from the ARC:

Rachel lives quietly with her mother on The Property far from the city where the restrictive government is most active. She loves working with the orchids in the greenhouse there, but it is close to the Line - an uncrossable section of the National Border Defense System, an invisible barrier that encloses the entire country. Rachel is forbidden to go near it, never quite knowing what the danger is. Across the Line is Away. To Rachel, Away seems the same as anywhere else. Until the day she hears a recording that could only have come from across the Line.

It's a voice asking for help
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Oooooh. My dystopia-loving heart is skipping a beat here. Can't wait to dig in..!

What was in YOUR mailbox this week?

9 comments:

Jill said...

Ooh, I heard about this one awhile ago somehow. It sounds great!

Sheila (Bookjourney) said...

Ok I have seen this book IMM three times now. I must read this - it looks fantastic! Enjoy!

Emily said...

I've seen this book come up in IMM posts a couple of times, I'm excited to read people's reviews as it looks quite good. Enjoy!

Teri Hall said...

Oh Yay! I am so glad you are excited to read THE LINE. It is the first in a series. I am working on the second, called AWAY, right now. Hope you enjoy it and thanks for mentioning it!

Teri Hall

Book Crazy Jenn said...

THIS LOOKS SOOOOO GOOD - I hope you enjoy it, I cant wait to read it!!!

Cat Fancy said...

I agree with everyone else....this looks awesome!

Sarah said...

You're so lucky! I'm dying to read this book.

Michelle said...

Me=super jealous about this! I want to read this book so so badly. It's right up my dystopia loving alley.

I'm eagerly waiting your comments on it. :)

dogearedandwellread said...

I'm so jealous! I'm dying to read The Line, it sounds really good. I can't wait to read what you think of it!