What’s Next? (#1) – Dead To The Moon and Horse

What’s Next is a weekly event hosted by Icey Books that helps bloggers/readers decide on their next book to read.

Nine years ago, a young boyImage disappeared. Today he came home. Ethan was abducted from outside his house when he was just seven years old. Now, at sixteen, he has returned to his family. It’s a miracle…at first. Then the tensions start to build, and his family begins to fall apart all over again. If only Ethan could remember something, anything, about his life before, he’d be able to put the pieces back together.

Dead To You is written by Lisa McMann. It was published on May 2nd 2013  by Scholastic.




Colby may just be a small holiday beach town for the tourists, but for Emeline it’s home. It looks like it’s going to be another typical summer there with her gorgeous high-school sweetheart, Luke – until a New York filmmaker and her ambitious assistant Theo check in. They’re obviously after a story. But, when getting the locals to talk proves tricky, Theo decides they need a guide and he’s got his eye on Emeline… Can Emeline decide where her loyalties, and her heart, truly lie before the summer ends?

The Moon and More is written by Sarah Dessen.

It was published by Penguin Group in June 2013.



‘War Horse’ is the story of Joey, a thoroughbred horse, and how he is forced into the thick of the harrowing, poorly-led battles of the First World War.

War Horse is written by Michael Morpurgo.

It was published by Egmont Press on August 6th 2007.





So, leave a note in the comments, what should I read next? All of them look great!!



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