Undated 2020 New Releases












 
Mirror Lens by Yuko Ota and Ananth Hirsh (Amulet)
Maggie Lehrman at Amulet has bought Mirror Lens, a YA graphic novel written by Ignatz Award winners Ananth Hirsh and Yuko Ota, illustrated by J.R. Doyle, about two young photographers, one an augmented human and the other an AI, who chooses to appear human, who must overcome their bitter rivalry to collaborate on an art project. Publication is scheduled for spring 2020; Barry Goldblatt at Barry Goldblatt Literary sold world rights.
 




  









Untitled by Danielle Vega (Penguin Teen) 
PenguinTeen twitter description: "So you’ve JUST RECOVERED from the scares of The Haunted. @vegarollins isn’t done yet, the next book goes deep into town of Drearfield...you thought it was over, it’s just the beginning".
Out Summer 2020.
 


Cloud Town by Daniel McCloskey (Abrams)
Abrams ComicArts has acquired Cloud Town, a debut graphic novel by Daniel McCloskey. The book is about two teens, Pen and Olive, who are growing up and growing apart in a city on the edge of an interdimensional rift. Publication is tentatively set for summer 2020.

By The Water by Terry Torres Sanchez (Philomel) 
The book follows sisters Lola and Rosie in the wake of a car accident that landed them at the bottom of a lake, as they struggle to find a new relationship amid brain damage and the lingering fear that the accident wasn't an accident at all. The book is set for publication in summer 2020. 
  
The Beckoning Shadow #2 by Katherine Blair (Katherine Tegan Books)






 


 

 

 
The Breath of Bones by Katharyn Blair (Putnam)
40036570In a world where humans' darkest secrets are reborn as Hushed, flesh and blood beings tasked with exposing what should remain hidden, 17-year-old Eerie is swept up in a web of deception as she tries to escape the fatal threat of her secret.

















#Krisette by Sofia Quintero (Knopf)
Knopf has bought Sofia Quintero's #Krisette, about a teenage girl's struggle to understand why the police killing of her older sister Krisette fails to spark demands for justice. Inspired by #SayHerName, it features the central theme: “Krisette was deeply flawed and undeniably deserved to live." Publication is planned for fall 2020.



 





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Untitled by Amanda Hocking (Wednesday Books)  
Eileen Rothschild at Wednesday Books has acquired the final trilogy in the million-plus copy bestselling Trylle series by Amanda Hocking. The new arc focuses on a girl as she journeys back to Scandinavia to discover the true origins of the Trylle; it takes place five years after the Kanin Chronicles (the second trilogy in the series) and nine years after the first Trylle trilogy. The as yet untitled first book will be published in winter 2020; Steven Axelrod at the Axelrod Agency sold world English rights.








 






Captain Marvel by Shannon Hale and Dean Hale (Marvel) - Goodreads lists a December 2020 release date but this title did not release as scheduled. I will update when I know more.
"Yesterday at NYCC, Marvel CCO Joe Quesada announced that Captain Marvel will be the newest superhero added to its young adult line-up. The character will be featured in a YA novel by husband-and-wife co-authors Shannon Hale and Dean Hale."






 

Rise As One by Ashok K. Banker (Delacorte)
Six of Crows meets Ember in the Ashes, from India’s most successful fantasy author.

RISE follows a young thief and her gang as they battle to overthrow a brutal tyrant and stay a demon invasion.

Brine, Shade, Pari, and Ace are part of a gang of outlaws, each with her own set of skills, specializing in impossible heists for a hefty fee. When an anonymous client asks these ‘Brokens’ to break into the Temple of Vish and steal a forbidden book, the crew become embroiled in a global conflict between the corrupt Prime Minister Nomandra and an order of corrupt priests commanding an army of Arusa, demons who can materialize out of any manmade substance. What follows is an adventure unlike any other, filled with magic, action, and romance.


Naima by K. L. Ricks (First Second) 
Calista Brill at First Second has bought Naima, K.L. Ricks's YA graphic novel fantasy about a young woman's return to her native Caribbean island after completing her magical training to become a midwife. Publication is planned for 2020; Edward Maxwell at Sanford J. Greenburger Associates negotiated the deal for world rights.

Swimming Lessons by Samira Ahmed (Simon Pulse) - Goodreads lists a December 2020 release date but this title did not release as scheduled. I will update when I know more.

Guardians of Dawn #2 by S. Jae-Jones (Wednesday Books)

The Strange Matter of Miss Havisham by Hilary Monahan (Delacorte)

The Belles #3 by Dhonielle Clayton (Freeform)

The Sixth World #3 by Rebecca Roanhorse (Saga Press)

Stand As One by Ashock K. Banker (Delacorte)

Untitled by Emma Mills (Henry Holt)  

Velvet #3 by Temple West (Media Res Publications)

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