The Registry by Shannon Stoker (William Morrow, 6/11/13)
YA dystopia where all girls are sold as brides and all boys become soldiers
The Lord of Opium by Nancy Farmer (Atheneum Books, 9/3/13)
I am ridiculously excited for this sequel to The House of the Scorpion!
Tumble & Fall by Alexandra Coutts (Farrar, Straus & Giroux, 9/17/13)
YA pre-apocalyptic novel dealing with relationships before the end times
Hideous Love: The Story of the Girl Who Wrote Frankenstein by Stephanie Hemphill (Balzer + Bray, 10/1/13)
I wasn't a huge fan of Hemphill's Your Own, Sylvia, but I do have a slight obsession with any 19th-century author of sci-fi works
These Broken Stars by Amie Kaufman and Meagan Spooner (Disney Hyperion, 12/10/13)
sort of reminds me of Across the Universe
Oldies (kind of):
The Tuner of Silences by Mia Couto (Portuguese, 2009; English, Biblioasis, 2/26/13)
"Henning Mankell Mwanito Vitalico was 11 when he saw a woman for the first time"
Sufficient Grace by Amy Espeseth (Scribe Publications, August 2012)
the characters are part of an "isolated religious community"
Flower Children by Maxine Swann (Riverhead, 2007)
I'm obsessed with hippies and similar countercultural experiences, particularly in a sociological context
The Angel Maker by Stefan Brijs (Dutch, 2005; English, Penguin, 2008)
looks delightfully gothic, a blend of horror and sci-fi
Facing East from Indian Country by Daniel K. Richter (Harvard Univ. Press, 2001)
Because being out in OK is making me miss the Southeast, and I wish it was easier to find good books on Eastern Native American history
What books have you added to your wishlist lately?