Demonglass by Rachel Hawkins. I love it. Very striking, very appropriate (because I've read this already and I can tell you with much authority and bias that it ROCKS). I love how they're keeping in with the reflection theme that started with Hex Hall!
Cryer's Cross by Lisa McMann is a standalone, and completely different from her Wake trilogy. I snagged a copy at GLIBA, and I've already read it. And just, WHOA. I thought it was creepier than Wake, and I adored it. At first, I didn't understand what the picture was of...and then a lovely S&S marketing person told me it was about a girl with OCD who links two disappearances in her town to a desk that the two students both sat at...and received messages in the graffiti. Then, I was freaked out! But, seriously, you need to read this book when it comes out in February!
Whoo, Defiance indeed! May I just say...THANK YOU, RAZORBILL! I think it they had smacked another Barbie with a boy on these covers, I might have been very upset. (That being said, I will confess that I haven't read Jealousy yet. Yes, I know. I have it, it will be read ASAP, I promise.) Oh, and the tagline, "Nobody tells Dru what to do." Totally reminds me of a certain line from Dirty Dancing...
Ooh, very seductive! I am very interested to see which direction this series will take with Entice. I loved Need and Captivate, and I had always adored Nate and Zara, and then things got complicated, and I don't know what to think now. So, yay for Entice!
Wither by Lauren DeStefano! This is another one that is going to fall under my OMG-YOU-MUST-READ-THIS category. Not only is the cover knock-out gorgeous, but the story...oh my word, the story. It is certainly its own book and story, but it really reminded me of The Handmaid's Tale by Margaret Atwood. Only, unlike Atwood's book, this one will be followed by two more books. Yes!