I would read Kara Connolly’s No Good Deed again. I’d even recommend it as a light, quick-paced escape. Just don’t think too hard when reading it.
Browsing: young adult
Patricia Forde has crafted a world that is terrifyingly realistic. There’s nothing that screams, “this is imaginary,” and that’s why The List works so well.
A week ago, I read Ann Dee Ellis’ latest novel, You May Already Be a Winner, and I couldn’t put it down. It’s one book I will read over and over again.
If you’re the type of reader who likes psychological suspense, The Possible, a new young adult novel by Tara Altebrando, is a good choice.
I was about 12 when my mom gave me Betty Smith’s A Tree Grows in Brooklyn. It was Francie’s story that helped me (and continues to help me) find my voice.
This week, Scholastic’s teen community, I Read YA, is celebrating its annual I Read YA Week celebration. This year’s theme is #YAStandsFor
Kiersten White’s And I Darken, about Lada Dracul and her brother, Radu, took my breath away. Its followup, Now I Rise, is even more engrossing.
Tonya Boldent’s haunting Crossing Ebenezer Creek explores the tragedy at Ebenezer Creek during which hundreds of freed slaves drowned.
Elizabeth Wein’s The Pearl Thief is a prequel to Code Name Verity. I have not read Code Name Verity, but that doesn’t matter if you pick up The Pearl Thief.
Dark Breaks the Dawn stands on its own. Sara B. Larson has created a complex and compelling world that should be applauded for its nuances.