Tuesday, June 28, 2016

Finding Audrey Summer Reading Blog Tour Giveaway


NOW IN PAPERBACK!
FINDING AUDREY
INTERNATIONALLY BESTSELLING AUTHOR SOPHIE KINSELLA’S
DEBUT YA NOVEL

Praise for FINDING AUDREY
A New York Times Bestseller

“The Shopaholic scribe accurately weaves teenage insecurities with humor
in her heartwarming YA debut.”—US Weekly

“Your kids will love it.” —Redbook


Now available in paperback is the New York Times bestselling debut YA novel FINDING AUDREY (Ember / on sale May 3, 2016 /$9.99) from internationally bestselling author Sophie Kinsella. Kinsella, the author of such favorites as the Shopaholic series, Can You Keep a Secret?, Wedding Night, and Remember Me?, introduced readers to 14-year-old Audrey Turner, a teen in the throes of a severe social anxiety disorder after a bullying incident at school, and following her journey to rediscovering herself and her happiness. Receiving much critical acclaim from reviewers and fans, the book was hailed as “heartfelt,” “engaging,” and “relatable.” The paperback retails for $9.99 and is sure to garner a wider group of fans with this new, accessible edition.

Audrey spends most of her days hiding behind her dark sunglasses and in the safety of her own home, surrounded by her lovable but chaotic family. Interaction with non–family members has been almost impossible to master since the incident at school. But then one day Linus arrives at her house. A friend of her brother’s, Linus makes an instant connection with Audrey and starts to chip away at her exterior, exposing the girl underneath—the girl Audrey herself has been searching for. What results is a tender love story that begins as a friendship and continues in the local Starbucks, where Audrey begins to heal the wounds that have threatened to hold her captive.

Filled with poignancy and laugh-out-loud moments, FINDING AUDREY gives readers a character they can relate to and a family to embrace. Kinsella’s story tackles serious topics with humor and heart and creates the next YA couple to root for in Audrey and Linus.

I'm a huge Sophie Kinsella fan, so I was SO happy to learn about her venture in to YA books. You can read my review and what I loved about this book here.  

But I'll leave you with my final thoughts: Sophie Kinsella knocks it out of the park with her YA debut, I can't wait to see what she comes up with next. 


Sophie Kinsella is the author of the bestselling Shopaholic series and the novels Can You Keep a Secret?, The Undomestic Goddess, Remember Me?, Twenties Girl, I’ve Got Your Number, and Wedding Night. Confessions of a Shopaholic was turned into a Hollywood movie. She lives in England.



Reviewers praise Finding Audrey

A Publishers Weekly Summer 2015 Best YA Book
One of USA Today’s “25 Hottest Books of Summer”
One of Los Angeles Times’s “30 Summer Books That Kids Will Gobble Up”
One of Seventeen’s “New Books We
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A Kirkus Reviews 2015 Best Teen Book

Check out other spots:
July 1: Live to Read
July 2: Dana Square 

WIN A Copy!
One lucky winner will win a paperback copy of the book 
(US only please)

9 comments:

holdenj said...

The Shopaholic series is very fun, but she has a couple stand alone too. I really liked Twenties Girl.

Rissi said...

I'd really like to read this one. It always interested me (back when it first released) but alas, I've not taken the time to read it. Yet. :)

jpetroroy said...

I so adore her books!

thehmkane said...

The teens at my library LOVE her books! Thanks for having a giveaway :)

Wendy Knight said...

I'm a teen librarian with a measly budget. Our teens would be so excited to have this available to them!

Lee said...

Love her books!

Magdalena Linzer said...

I would love to finally read a Sophia Kinsella book, but they are always checked out at my library
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Erin Matheson Ritchie said...

I'm so stoked to read this since the Shopaholic series was a delightful read (and movie)!

Aurora M said...

I keep meaning to pick up more of her books after reading Confessions of a Shopaholic, but since becoming a YA librarian, I feel the need to read more YA books. Thank goodness for her writing this one!