Kiersten White’s (The Guinevere Deception) The Camelot Betrayal is the engrossing second book in her Camelot Rising trilogy.
Browsing: YA review
A Disney princess gets royal treatment in Emma Theriault’s Rebel Rose, which follows Belle after she saves the Beast.
Does life stop at death? A recipient of a heart transplant can’t help but ask that question in Shannon Takaoka’s Everything I thought I Knew.
Winter, White and Wicked, by Shannon Dittemore, follows a young rig driver as she journeys across a frozen land to save a friend.
Sarah M. Eden returns to Victorian England and the world of penny dreadfuls in The Gentleman and the Thief.
Jennifer Donnelly is the award-winning NYT-bestselling author of 13 novels. Her latest novel, Poisoned, is a Snow White retelling.
The Mirror: Broken Wish the first book in a fairy-tale series by Julie C. Dao, Dhonielle Clayton, Jennifer Cervantes and L. L. McKinney.
A young alchemist sets out to create the illusive Philosopher’s Stone in Samantha Cohoe’s YA novel A Golden Fury.
I really enjoyed Adrienne Young’s Sky in the Deep, so I was very excited to read her latest young adult novel, Fable.