In Jessika Fleck’s YA novel Beware the Night, readers are transported to a dystopian land that feels very much like ancient Rome.
Browsing: young adult
When I first started reading Crystal Smith’s young adult novel Bloodleaf, I wasn’t sure if I’d be able to finish. I’m glad I did.
Dee Garretson’s All is Fair is equal parts historical fiction and adventure. It’s a bit predictable and pacing is sometimes off, but it’s an enjoyable read.
A Curse So Dark and Lonely is the third novel I’ve read from author Brigid Kemmerer, and it’s a departure from those contemporary books.
Spencer Hyde is a strong writer. His prose is clean and smooth. Yet I struggled through his young adult novel, Waiting for Fitz.
If you’re looking for a somewhat predictable, but otherwise lovely clean romance, Sarah M. Eden’s Healing Hearts is a good option.
Rebecca Hanover’s debut YA novel, The Similars, is a dystopian suspense that calls into question the things that make you you.
Empress of All Seasons, a YA novel by Emiko Jean, is one of the hardest books I’ve read in a long time, and that’s not a bad thing.
Sandra Gulland’s The Game of Hope is inspired by the real-life autobiography of Napoleon’s stepdaughter Hortense de Beauharnais.