Jennifer A. Nielsen’s known for creating MG characters you love, so why foray into YA fiction? Because her voice belongs there. Welcome to The Traitor’s Game.
Browsing: YA review
It’s been a long time since I’ve read something that makes me feel the way Dhonielle Clayton’s The Belles does — confused, angry, enchanted and exhausted.
Timothee de Fombelle’s The Book of Pearl is part romance, part mystery and part adventure that bends reality and asks you to imagine what if…
Sara Saedi’s Americanized: Rebel Without a Green Card looks at the legalization process for immigrants through a teenager’s eyes.
THE TOMBS, by Deborah Schaumberg, HarperTeen, Feb. 20, 2018, Hardcover, $17.99 (young adult) In the mood for a historical fiction mystery…
With books and a library serving as the backdrop of Check Me Out, it’s immediately obvious that it came about as a labor of love for author Becca Wilhite.
Fade To Us is more than a YA romance. It’s about self-discovery and the willingness to think beyond one’s self — to see the big picture.
If you’re in the mood for a young adult psychological thriller featuring the socially elite, then S.T.A.G.S. might be a good option.
It takes a special gift to transport readers to a completely different world. Luckily for readers, that’s exactly what happens in A.C. Gaughen’s Reign the Earth.
Melissa Albert’s The Hazel Wood is an odd mix of reality and fantasy that’s an acquired taste. I’d check this one out from the library before purchasing it.