Tuesday, 6 August 2013

Waiting on Wednesday (7)

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Minders
Publication Date: January 30, 2014





A high concept, cinematic read with a surprising twist, MINDERS asks the question: who is really watching who?

Q: If the boy you love commits a crime, would you turn him in?

Sadie Ames is a type-A teenager from the wealthy suburbs. She's been accepted to the prestigious Mind Corps Fellowship program, where she'll spend six weeks as an observer inside the head of Ford, a troubled boy with a passion for the crumbling architecture of the inner city. There's just one problem: Sadie's fallen in love with him.

Q: What if the crime is murder?

Ford Winters is haunted by the murder of his older brother, James. As Sadie falls deeper into his world, dazzled by the shimmering pinpricks of color that form images in his mind, she begins to think she knows him. Then Ford does something unthinkable.

Q: What if you saw it happen from inside his mind?

Back in her own body, Sadie is faced with the ultimate dilemma. With Ford's life in her hands, she must decide what is right and what is wrong. And how well she can really ever know someone, even someone she loves

Yes another science fiction stand-alone. I can't help myself. There are so many series out there, it's rare to find a science fiction stand alone. I'm not sure if this would be considered sci-fi, but I'll just have to read it to find out.

The synopsis is what really reeled in my attention. Would you send the love of your life behind the bars? That's a thought provoking question if you ask me. I can't wait for this! Hopefully this will meet my expectations!

14 comments:

  1. This sounds really interesting. I love the concept of it. Awesome choice!

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  2. Awesome pick! I really want to read this one. I saw it on someone's WOW a couple of weeks ago and was instantly intrigued by that summary. It sounds super good. I love a good stand-alone too. They really are hard to find. I just can't believe we have to wait so long for this!

    Thanks for stopping by my WOW! I love your blog design. I'm following you on Bloglovin' now :)

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  3. I first heard about this book today & it sounds amazing! a nice pick :)

    Sharon – Obsession with Books

    Happy reading!

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  4. Nice pick! I loved Ghost Flower and Rosebush by the same author so really looking forward to this one!

    Thanks for stopping by my blog :)

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  5. I hadn't heard about this before, but now that I have: I need to read it!! Sounds pretty original and exciting. :) Excellent pick!

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  6. I haven't heard of this book before, but it sounds good! I can tell it's going to be a roller coaster ride! Great pick. *New follower* thanks for stopping by my WOW!

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  7. Nice pick. Thanks for sharing :)

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  8. Great choice! I can't wait for this either : )

    my WOW and giveaway

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  9. This sounds fantastic!!! Now I really need to add this to my TBR!! I love sci-fi book and I feel like I haven't read nearly enough stand alones!!! Awesome pick! And thanks for stopping by my WoW!
    Fly to the Sky @ Read Books and Live Green

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  10. Ooh, this sounds interesting! I may have to check it out. Thanks for stopping by!

    Rachel @ Beauty and the Bookshelf

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  11. The cover looks SOOO cool! I hadn't heard of this before, but it sounds really intriguing :) YAY FOR THOUGHT PROVOKING-NESS *high five*

    Lexi @ Inhaling Books

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  12. Wow, I've been seeing a lot of interesting crime books recently, it's too sad that I don't read that genre. I tend to get scared of these! :(
    Waiting on Wednesday
    The Guys are Props Club - 5-star review

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  13. Ohhh, I'm definitely going to add this to my TBR pile. Stand-alones are awesome. Thanks for sharing and for stopping by my blog! :D

    Emz @ Icy Cold Reads

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