Waiting on Wednesday [158] – BORDERLINE by Mishell Baker

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Waiting on Wednesday is hosted by Breaking the Spine, and is a fun wait to highlight upcoming books that you’re exited about with other bloggers and readers. First of all, I’m really in love with this cover, check it out:

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Borderline by Mishell Baker. Releases in March 2016 from Saga Press. I have a special place in my heart for sideways landscapes on book covers, and the addition of those sketchy wings makes this even better. This is the first in a series called The Arcadia Project, and it sounds sooo good:

A year ago, Millie lost her legs and her filmmaking career in a failed suicide attempt. Just when she’s sure the credits have rolled on her life story, she gets a second chance with the Arcadia Project: a secret organization that polices the traffic to and from a parallel reality filled with creatures straight out of myth and fairy tales.

For her first assignment, Millie is tasked with tracking down a missing movie star who also happens to be a nobleman of the Seelie Court. To find him, she’ll have to smooth-talk Hollywood power players and uncover the surreal and sometimes terrifying truth behind the glamour of Tinseltown. But stronger forces than just her inner demons are sabotaging her progress, and if she fails to unravel the conspiracy behind the noble’s disappearance, not only will she be out on the streets, but the shattering of a centuries-old peace could spark an all-out war between worlds.

No pressure.

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I can’t wait to get my hands on this one! Let me know what you’re waiting on this week:-D

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Posted July 29, 2015 by Tammy in Waiting on Wednesday / 14 Comments

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14 responses to “Waiting on Wednesday [158] – BORDERLINE by Mishell Baker

    • Tammy

      Oh yeah, I guess the “losing her legs” part sounds depressing, right? Very curious to see how that’s handled.

    • Tammy

      I just love the cover, although if it weren’t for the wings, it would have a very contemporary feel to it, right?