Waiting On Wednesday – 43

Hello gentle reader,

Today I’m waiting on THE GIRLS AT THE KINGFISHER CLUB by Genevieve Valentine (expected publication: 3rd June 2014 by Atria Book). It’s a YA Historical set in Manhattan during the Roaring Twenties. It’s also a reimagining of the fairytale of the Twelve Dancing Princesses. Need I say more?


From Goodreads:

Jo, the first born, “The General” to her eleven sisters, is the closest thing the Hamilton girls have to a mother. She is the one who taught them how to dance, the one who gives the signal each night, as they slip out of the confines of their father’s townhouse to await the cabs that will take them to the speakeasy. Together they elude their distant and controlling father, until the day he decides to marry them all off.

The girls, meanwhile, continue to dance, from Salon Renaud to the Swan to the Funeral Parlor Supper Club and, finally, the Kingfisher, the club they come to call home. They dance until one night when they are caught in a raid, separated, and Jo is thrust face-to-face with someone from her past: a bootlegger named Tom whom she hasn’t seen in almost ten years. Suddenly Jo must weigh in the balance not only the demands of her father and eleven sisters, but those of her own heart.

With The Girls at the Kingfisher Club, award-winning writer Genevieve Valentine takes her superb storytelling gifts to new heights, penning a dazzling tale about sisterhood, freedom, and love in Jazz Age Manhattan.

“Waiting On Wednesday” is a weekly event, hosted by book blogger Breaking The Spine, that spotlights upcoming releases that we’re eagerly anticipating.

Have you heard about this book? Is it on your TBR list? What are you waiting on this week?

4 thoughts on “Waiting On Wednesday – 43

  1. beckireads says:

    I too am looking forward to this book, so great pick! I can’t wait to see if it works or not.

  2. Lauren Garafalo says:

    So glad you’re excited about this! I immediately thought of you when I read the description <33

  3. This sounds great! Can’t wait to read 🙂

  4. jazzfeathers says:

    I love the Twenties and I always like fairytale retelling. This seems something I’d enjoy. It will probably go to my TBR list 🙂

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