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Wednesday, September 26, 2012

Waiting on Wednesday (101): The Farm by Emily McKay

Oh wow, how long has it been since I last made a WoW post? Sorry guys, I've been so busy these days, I'm on the verge of wishing there's more than 24 hours in a day.

We only have 1 pick this week, which we think is way interesting. Check it out below!

Waiting on Wednesday is hosted by Jill at Breaking the Spine

Title: The Farm by Emily McKay
Release Date: December 4th 2012 (US) / November 26th 2012 (Australia)
Published by: Berkley Trade
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Summary (from Goodreads):

Life was different in the Before: before vampires began devouring humans in a swarm across America; before the surviving young people were rounded up and quarantined. These days, we know what those quarantines are—holding pens where human blood is turned into more food for the undead monsters, known as Ticks. Surrounded by electrical fences, most kids try to survive the Farms by turning on each other…

And when trust is a thing of the past, escape is nearly impossible.

Lily and her twin sister Mel have a plan. Though Mel can barely communicate, her autism helps her notice things no one else notices—like the portion of electrical fence that gets turned off every night. Getting across won’t be easy, but as Lily gathers what they need to escape, a familiar face appears out of nowhere, offering to help…

Carter was a schoolmate of Lily’s in the Before. Managing to evade capture until now, he has valuable knowledge of the outside world. But like everyone on the Farm, Carter has his own agenda, and he knows that behind the Ticks is an even more dangerous threat to the human race...

Why I'm waiting for The Farm:

This reminds me vaguely of Ethan Hawke's Daybreakers, where the vampires 'farm' humans for their steady supply of blood. This kind of premise always gives me the chills. It somehow reminds me a little bit of Darkness Before Dawn, another story about vampires which I seriously loved. I got a serious case of goosebumps while I was reading the summary for The Farm. I always like when I get this sinister feeling whenever I encounter a vampire book, I miss that feeling. And it looks like The Farm is putting a different, more mysterious, frightening spin to these fanged creatures. I can't wait!

If you're curious to know more about The Farm, you should check out Penguin Teen Australia's blog as they posted an extract of The Farm. The Australia cover looks a little bit different as well. Thoughts? What do you think?


9 comments:

  1. Wow, I've never heard of this before! This is really interesting - I've missed my vampire books!

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  2. Thank you for sharing. I had not heard of this book before, but it sounds very interesting.
    Waiting For Wentworth

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  3. This sounds interesting and I definitely want to check it out.


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  4. Oh this one caught my attention. I'll sure add it to my to-read list right away. It really sounds amazing. Great pick! Thanks for sharing!
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    I'm also having an international giveaway! Come check it out, here.

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  5. I keep seeing this pop up. It sounds like a good read.

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  6. This is one of the books I would love to read right away. Sounds incredibly good.

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  7. I’ve never heard of this one but it sounds really interesting.
    Here is My WOW

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  8. Hi Kai,

    Thanks for featuring The Farm for your Wow!

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  9. Consider my interest piqued! Which is kind of a big deal because I'm not too keen on vampires. They never sent chills down my spine, but The Farm sounds downright creepy.

    - Jackie

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