A poor, biracial girl with the ability to raise the dead gets caught up in dangerous political games in The Scarlet Alchemist, by Kylie Lee Baker.
Browsing: YA review
A prince seeks to find the cause of human suffering in Enlightened, a graphic novel retelling of the life of Siddhartha, by Sachi Ediriweera.
A young woman sets out into enchanted woods to save her family and village in The Forest Grimm, by Kathryn Purdie.
A shared name leads to a summer of new opportunities for two teens in The Name Drop, a new young adult novel by Susan Lee.
A teen finds herself mixed up with boarding school ghosts looking to be set free in The library of Shadows, by Rachel Moore.
Sherlock’s little sister meets a literary great in Enola Holmes and the Mark of the Mongoose, by Nancy Springer.
Two sisters. A betrothal contest. A monster in disguise. Her Radiant Curse, by Elizabeth Lim, explores familial bonds and the dark side of beauty.
My Father, The Panda Killer, by Jamie Jo Hoang, explores intergenerational trauma through the lens of a Californian teen and her Vietnamese father.
Two neurodivergent young adults form a connection while working as summer interns in Tilly in Technicolor, by Mazey Eddings.
A girl’s return to school following a suicide attempt has a cascade effect in Swimming in a Sea of Stars, by Julie Wright.